Posted: July 27, 2022Categories: User Guides & Installations
Boat Terminology – A Boat Glossary of What You Should Know
If you are new to boating, there is a lot to learn, understand and know! We have made it easy for you to get up to speed with this boat glossary. Welcome aboard!
Posted: June 17, 2022Categories: Buying Guides & Reviews
Refuel & Refresh with Adventure Pro Coolers by Lippert
Refuel, refresh and get ready to take on the great outdoors with Adventure Pro coolers by Lippert. They are durable, easy to transport and designed for long-lasting ice retention.
Fenders, Bumpers & Buoys - What You Need to Know!
Protecting your boat is important. Find out how fenders, bumpers and buoys can help you from taking on any damage to your boat when docking, mooring, or rafting with other boats.
Boat Camping Basics
Are you looking for your next big outdoor adventure? Boat camping is a fantastic way to enjoy and explore remote and gorgeous areas. Find out the basics of boat camping in our blog.
Posted: April 18, 2022Categories: Buying Guides & Reviews
Introducing the Odyssey Portable Grill by Lippert
Compact and portable, the Odyssey grill was made for life on the go, so you can enjoy a meal when you want, where you want.
10 Tips for How to Dewinterize a Boat & Get it Ready for Spring
It’s time to get your boat ready for the upcoming boating season! We make it easy with our 10 Tips for How to Dewinterize a Boat and Get Ready for Spring.
Posted: March 16, 2022
Must-Have Boat Accessories for A Great Day on the Water
To enjoy your day on the water, you’ll need these must-have boat accessories. Read our recommendations and make sure you have everything for a spectacular boating experience.
Posted: February 28, 2022
New to boating? Our parts of a boat blog helps easily identify the important components you need to know. From the bow to the stern, we have you covered.
Types of Boat Hulls
The boat’s hull is the section that sits in the water. The type and design of the hull determines the type of ride in the water, which can be either choppy or smooth. Learn about the types of boat hulls in our blog.