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Insurance Corner – Top Reasons why Boats Catch Fire from NBOA Boating Safety – On Maneuvers: Driving After Dark iboats.com Overstock Sale & Bimini Skin Clearance Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell Nautical Humor Stupid Human Boating Tricks You Won’t Believe Your Eyes Featured Products and Specials

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

So, I have been a member for a few months now reading all the tales of boating and dreaming of owning a boat of my own. About four weeks ago my wonderful wife came wheeling in the driveway with my birthday present in tow...

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Insurance Corner | Top Reasons why Boats Catch Fire
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You’d think that a boat, surrounded and floating on water, would not necessarily be prone to fire. Furthermore, you’d think that a boat, once on fire, would be easy to put out with more than enough water readily available. However, if you’ve ever see a boat aflame or even worse had your own boat catch fire, you know fires aboard can easily happen and are very difficult to extinguish. One problem with a fire aboard a boat is that unlike a house where running across the street to escape the flames is an option, on a boat there’s no place to go but overboard. Unfortunately, this violates the second rule of boating: Stay with the boat. Ironically, if enough of what the boat is floating on can be brought into the boat, the fire can usually be put out. This, however, violates the first law of boating: Keep the water outside the boat.

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Boating Safety | On Maneuvers: Driving After Dark
Article courtesy of Boaters Magazine - By Pierce Hoover

Maybe you stayed out too late just to catch the sunset or maybe it was always your plan to enjoy an evening cruise. Whether by chance or by choice, the minute the stars come out, the world looks foreign, and navigating home requires careful attention. Preparation is the key to navigating at night without getting lost or banging into an underwater obstacle.

Here are a few common-sense rules to make it home safely...

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iboats.com | Overstock Sale & Bimini Skin Clearance

Fall is the time for additional value and savings on boating gear. We have special buys, clearance items, and some products we simply want to bring our inventory levels down, so we've been cutting prices and marking down over 1200 products. Look for our Overstock Sale red tag logo sitewide to identify great deals, or shop by category in our Blowout Specials to find sale items you need. Upgrade or Replace Your Current Bimini Skin Fabric for only $32.99 and Free Shipping!

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Travels with my first born

I have four children. They are all middle aged now, but when they were growing up I would find time for one-on-one quality time with each of them in addition to our regular family vacations. That quality time involved a variety of activities, but a winter fishing/camping trip was one of my favorites.

I had spent a week alone out on Alligator Alley in 1970 and had a grand time, so I planned to take daughter #1, Dania, then 14, to the same place in the winter of 1971 for a few days of sun, warmth and fishing.

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You Won’t Believe Your Eyes | Unbelievable Photos

Welcome to our new Humor feature and enjoy a few select "unbelievable" images from our I Love Boating Facebook page!

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Nautical Humor | iboats.com Boating Cartoon

Enjoy our humor feature of boating cartoons drawn by renowned cartoonist Jerry King. You can view new boating cartoons daily on our website, follow this link for more cartoons.

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