There’s nothing quite like setting sail on a beautiful fall day and enjoying the changing colors from the open water. But there are a few key things to keep in mind before you get in your boat this autumn. Here are some tips, courtesy of BoatU.S.
You don’t need to battle wild animals and wander in the wilderness to enjoy an American tradition. Some of the country’s best RV campsites are located close to big cities. Here’s a rundown of our favorite urban camping spots from coast to coast.
Liberty Harbor – New York …keep reading
With more connected devices and more abundant Wi-Fi hotspots in marinas, it’s become easier than ever to keep an eye on your boat—even when you’re not near it. “A few years ago, all you could do was alarm your boat or monitor your bilge,” says Charles Fort, associate editor of …keep reading
“No matter how much you spend on an RV, you still have to do maintenance on it,” says GiGi Stetler, founder and CEO of Florida’s RV Sales of Broward, a company that repairs around 300 recreational vehicles annually.
To help stave off the most costly issues before they …keep reading
When a storm is bearing down on your town, your boat might not be top of mind. “Understandably, most people worry first about their house and cars,” says Charles Fort, associate editor of BoatUS Magazine. “But your boat is more likely to survive and incur less damage …keep reading