An easy way to keep your boat cards in the dinghy — no worries about water or spray damage — and have them wherever you go! [More] A Case for Boat Cards
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.
We’ve finally found a product that significantly cut the time to clean the bottom of the dinghy. Even better — it’s cheap! [More] Clean Your Dinghy Bottom More Easily
How to use a shaker siphon to transfer fuel or water from jerry cans to your boat. Stop straining your back with this super-easy system! [More] How to Use a Shaker Siphon to Fuel Your Boat
We wasted a lot of time trying to find a serious problem, when the real problem only took five minutes to solve! [More] Dinghy Getting Heavier?
Your dinghy motor can get the “big boat” to a safe place . . . not very quickly, mind you, but it’ll do it with these two techniques. [More] Emergency Motor When Traveling by Boat
Over the years we’ve learned several “tricks” to make cleaning the dinghy a bit easier. Here’s one from when we were living on a small lake! [More] Easier Dinghy Cleaning
A simple way to wear an outboard kill cord so that you don’t accidentally pull it out and stop the engine but have it work when it should. [More] How to Wear an Outboard Kill Switch Lanyard
Your dinghy is your car when you’re on the boat. You really don’t want to see it go up in flames because of a careless mistake! [More] Don’t Burn the Dinghy!
An inexpensive way to give your dog sure footing for dinghy rides . . . and end those unplanned swims! [More] A Sure-Footed Dinghy Dog
If you’re taking groceries back to the boat by dinghy, you need to protect certain things (say, sugar) from getting wet. Here’s how to do it! [More] Provisioning by Dinghy