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Floating Versus Fixed Dock

24th March 2010
Those who have waterfront property or access to a dock need to choose the boat docks which are right for them. There are many different styles from which you can choose from. This is because the dock needs to suit the purpose for which it is being used, t... Read >
Author: lillian

Get The Vinyl Wrap For Your Vehicle And Make It Eye-Catching

16th February 2010
Car wrapping and vehicle wrapping is becoming more famous now a days and people are taking it more seriously as a marketing tool for their company. This is great way of letting the people on the road know about your product and your company. This can be t... Read >
Author: vehiclewrapfinder

Benefit From Knowing Your Electrical Fuse Type

16th December 2009
Are you familiar with the type of fuse you need to use? Do you want to know what fuses there are? What type of fuse does your home circuit require? Do you know the different slow acting fuses? Do want a fuse that activates quickly? Do you need to know abo... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Catfish Bait: Fishing For Catfish At Pay Lakes Details Here!

15th November 2009
Many catfish anglers frequent pay lakes for the opportunity to catch a trophy catfish. Many time these anglers do not have boats or the fishing savvy to hunt for the big catfish in the wild. But many of these anglers never catch a trophy cat because they ... Read >
Author: Mark Fleagle

How to Repair Fiberglass Cracks on Boats

05th August 2009
Discovering fiberglass cracks on a boat is every boat owner's nightmare. Although fiberglass can be considered as a sturdy type of material, cracks cannot be avoided due to the constant stress a boat can encounter on sea. Every year, maintenance costs can... Read >
Author: Kenny Leones

Tips on Buying Your First Yacht

27th July 2009
If you're a first-time yacht buyer the pick of previously owned boats for purchase can be irresistible. How do you make sense of all the various models and styles out there? The first time yacht buyer needs to refrain from buying on emotion and take a ... Read >
Author: Marinetrader

How Fibreglass Door Canopies Can Add Value To Your Home

15th June 2009
Fibreglass door canopies add a great deal to any property - far more in terms of value than their actual cost, and when it comes to practicalities, a GRP door canopy offers much more than a standard porch or basic doorway. Although you can pay large sums ... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Get Training For Parasailing

28th April 2009
Parasailing has managed to lure people to try the risky and dangerous sport. For most, this is a risky yet adventurous endeavor. It may look simple because all the parasailor has to do is to take off from this area on the boat. Then when he has had enough... Read >
Author: Joy Smit

Learn About The Parasailing Launch Bar System

09th April 2009
First things first, the parasailing launch bar system is actually made from stainless steel. Basically, this system enables and ensures riders to be able to launch the boat's parasail. The fact of the matter is that parasailing enables anyone to soar like... Read >
Author: Joy Smit

Boat engine problems! Look for the solution at Hiperformer

19th March 2009
When you face consecutive troubles with your boat then it is obvious that you think why it just happens with you. If you think like that then frankly speaking you need not to worry about it. You should understand that there are solutions for all kinds o... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Researching Plans for a Homemade Trimaran Sailboat?

04th November 2008
If you're researching plans for a homemade trimaran, then there is good news. Many good plans are available. And a good number were created by very reputable multihull designers/builders. But before buying any of them, you need to know the answers to s... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

Why Small Trimarans are Safe

03rd November 2008
In the opinion of many sailors, small trimarans are safer than other types of small sailboats. Their unique design allows them to be safe in both how they sail, as well as the trimaran design itself. First, it's a fact that small trimarans (and all tri... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

How to Care for your Crocs

26th September 2008
Crocs shoes and sandals are very popular because they are so comfortable and easy to care for. Here are some tips to protect your Crocs. Crocs are very forgiving in terms of moisture. In fact they were created to be worn on boats. If they get wet, th... Read >
Author: urlreader

Identifying OMC Parts

08th June 2006
Why OMC? OMC, one of the most well-known and trusted names in boating, have been the manufacturers of quality parts for your boat for many years. For those who have owned boats with OMC parts, they know that OMC parts are greatly in demand. OMC parts wil... Read >
Author: Trish Dougherty
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