For boat enthusiasts everywhere, the end of boating season can be disappointing because on-the-water adventures are about to come to an end and the task of winterization is about to begin.
As you know, taking the time to protect your watercraft through the winter requires an investment of time, labor and money. While winterization is an absolute imperative that can help prevent irreversible damage, think of the process not as a chore, but a chance to dream about next spring when you’ll be ready to go afloat on our beautiful Long Island waters!
I am 16 years old and my good buddy has an uncle up in AK who is starting up a crew… I am absolutely thrilled at the thought of going, but i didnt know if it would be legal. I am attending College full-time already, so i dont know if that makes me an exception. I am very strong and i am aware that K-crab fishing is among one of the hardest and dangerous jobs out there, w/ a 90x normal fatality rate.
One of the popular events at the Columbus Ohio Asain Festival is the Dragon Boat Race. Teams competes in two heats of a 200m sprint. Times were added together and the three fastest combined times made it to a ‘winner takes all’ championship race.
September will be here before we know it but in the meantime we have really enjoyed an awesome summer. Still we need to think about storing some of those things we enjoy during the summer – like our boat. Tony Lucacio from Merrimack Valley Insurance reminds us of what we need to do.
It is sad to say but summer is more than half over and that means fewer chances to be able to go out on the boat. Once the boating season is over you are going to have to store that boat and it is best to store it right to keep your boat from being damaged. Here are some tips for storing your boat to keep it in good shape.