When water starts coming in, are you ready? Here’s what you need to have on hand to save your boat. [More] Water is Coming In – Are You Ready?
Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
All the gear we really, truly, seriously hope we wasted money buying. But should we ever need it, we want it to work perfectly!
If the worst happens, who is your best emergency contact? Here’s what you need to consider. [More] Pick the Best Emergency Contacts
If something went wrong onboard, would a guest or stranger know how to help? [More] Make Emergency Info Handy
When a problem happens, it’s too late to do a safety check. Check these items on a regular basis to stay safe on your boat. [More] Check Safety Gear Before You Need It!
A description of what projects needed to be done before we could head off – and why those were critical [More] Get Her Seaworthy!
If you had an emergency and couldn’t speak, how would you share important info? [More] Smart ID Tags for Cruisers
If you need to leave your boat in an emergency, you’ll want to have everything you need close at hand. Here’s how to make your own ditch bag. [More] How to Make Your Ditch Bag
A boat can sink in minutes before you’re even aware water is coming in. Learn how to pick a bilge alarm that could save your boat. [More] Cheap Boat Insurance – A Bilge Alarm
Read one cruiser’s harrowing story of abandoning their boat in a Gulf of Mexico Storm. What did they do right? And what do they wish they had done? [More] Abandoning Our Boat In Mexican Waters
Learn where to put your ditch bag on your boat so that you’ll be able to put it into the life raft if you ever need it. Important info! [More] Where to Put Your Ditch Bag