Recreational boating is an extremely fun sport. It is not, however, a sport that people should immediately jump into without help. Mistakes can result in injury or property damage. With proper boat training, though, these risks can be minimized and the sport can be enjoyed safely.
The boating lifestyle is a relaxed lifestyle. In today’s crazy-busy world it’s becoming more and more difficult to carve some real honest-to-goodness family time. Connecting with loved ones-children, spouse, even extended family-is crucial to keeping stress at bay.
What you do with your leisure time may be the biggest decision you make in 2013. In this post, we’ll look at Family Boating as a leisure time activity and the many ways it can help your family create fantastic memories that will last a lifetime.
To many new boaters, a common notion is that you can save money by buying a trailer for your boat, storing it at home and avoid all of those costly marina fees. On the surface, this makes sense, but if you really dig into what is involved with loading, towing, storing and launching a boat – you will quickly see that in the grand scheme of things, the marina really isn’t all that expensive.
So you have found yourself wondering “should I join a boat club?” Perhaps you were told about it by a friend or colleague who belongs to one, or you have seen an advertisement. Either way – you are intrigued and want to know more!
You’ve been asking yourself, should I buy a boat? Great question. It is a big investment, both in time and money, so we want to help you make sure you are making the right decision.
How Much Is My Time Worth? That is a question that you are asking, or should be asking, when making any type of lifestyle decision, boating included. If you are trying to decide what type of boater you are, then you need to consider what your time is worth.
Getting the boat out on the water is the easy part. Now that it’s time to come back into the dock, a lot of folks get nervous if they don’t have a lot of experience docking a boat into a slip.