Tired of your dinghy engine kill switch stopping your engine at the wrong time? Or worse, not using it at all? I have the solution. [More] How to Use Your Dinghy Kill Switch
If your boat is your house, your dinghy is your car.
Choose the right one, take care of it, and it'll take care of you.
Seeing no dinghy where you left it is the worst feeling. It’s not only a big financial loss, it’s a loss of mobility.
In my latest podcast, I discuss 14 simple things you can do to avoid this heartache. [More] How NOT to Lose Your Dinghy
The one constant on a cruising boat is that you need a dinghy. What kind to get has all kinds of answers. Nica shares their thought process as over the years, the kind of dinghy they want has changed. [More] What Type of Dinghy?
What do you do when the outboard won’t start . . . besides curse? Fourteen simple things to try that work most of the time. No mechanical skills needed! [More] 14 Simple Fixes for an Outboard
15 simple things to check if the outboard won’t start — along with how to fix them at least well enough to get home. No mechanical skills needed! [More] Outboard Won’t Start 101
I love a dinghy drift. What a great way to meet other cruisers and enjoy the sunset. Listen in for a few things we’ve discovered over the years 😎 [More] Sunsetters on the Water
Lost or stolen dinghies are heart-breaking, as they’re expensive to replace and your mobility is limited until you do. Tips to lessen the chances of the dinghy being stolen or floating free. [More] Don’t Lose Your Dinghy
Worried about dropping your phone in the water? Here’s a universal waterproof case that will fit any phone and floats so you can find it. [More] ugowear Waterproof Phone Case & Wallet
We love to go dinghy exploring! But we always have some basic safety gear with us just in case of a motor or medical problem. Listen in: [More] What To Always Carry in the Dinghy
Seven things to know — and really take to heart — before cruising the Bahamas on your boat. Know what to plan for and don’t be surprised. [More] Seven Things About Cruising the Bahamas