Now that spring has finally arrived and winter has officially ended, it’s time to get back on the water. Before your boat can hit the waves again, there are a few tasks you must accomplish first: checking fuel systems, cleaning pumps and cables/batteries; however, many boat owners neglect inspecting structural aspects as well as general cleanliness of their vessels.
Vacuum away any dust or leaves that have fallen under carpets. If you own a pontoon, vacuum its cushions… Read Full Article →
Summer is in full swing and everyone’s eager to be on the water. But don’t let your crew be in such a rush that they forget important safety precautions. Taking some of these preventative safety measures will help to ensure that you and your riders have a great excursion, free of accidents.
A safe day of boating begins before you ever get near the water. It all starts with planning, packing your needed supplies, a good check list and communicating to someone your plans… Read Full Article →
Now that the long winter is nearly finished and with spring quickly approaching, this is the time to prep your boat for the open waters. While the temps outside might not yet be feeling anything like spring and summers on the lake, you won’t want to miss out on a single day of boating on the Lake Minnetonka waters once the temps do warm up. Read Full Post