Boat Work

Simple and more advanced projects, routine maintence, quick ways to make big differences, solving nagging problems, tips and tools to make the work easier and getting help from pros.

First, though: how do we prioritize the work?

  • Prioritizing projects is always tough. It seems our list is always in flux, as we realize what's limiting us . . .

Three years of using my Aquabot multiple times a day put some wear and tear on it. But restoring it to “like new” operation is quick and cheap.

We all know that certain engine checks and maintenance are recommended at certain times. And we do most of them. Except those couple that are really difficult. Watch out — those can bite you in the butt!

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