The scene at the boat launch can be intimidating. You’re lined up with a bunch of boaters, and when it’s your turn, you may feel pressured to get in and out—quickly. But launching your boat doesn’t have to be stressful, says Ted Sensenbrenner, Assistant Director of Boating Safety Programs for …keep reading
One afternoon. That’s all the time you may need to give your RV’s interior a makeover. Even better, it’s an easy DIY project, so you can do it on the cheap. Whether you’re updating an older RV or giving some flair to a newer model, simple tweaks can provide a …keep reading
It turns out that winter opens the door to some real adventures in floating fiberglass fun—if you know where to look. From plying slow southern waters to skidding across frozen northern lakes, here’s what boating lovers do in the “off” season. The clock may say Standard Time, but some of …keep reading
The first rule of winterizing your boat: Do no harm. After all, you’ll be storing it for a while.
So you’ll want to be sure to do it right—which means allowing plenty of time. Start planning to prep your vessel for the changing seasons before there’s even a …keep reading
When Margo Armstrong wanted an RV, she did her homework. She searched online, toured lots, took test-drives, combed through online forums and checked recall histories. She settled on a model that seemed to require the least maintenance, found a used one and had it inspected by a reputable RV repair …keep reading