What happens when you leave your boat without prepping it first? Here’s what we found when a medical issue had us off the boat for over 2 weeks! [More] Why You Need to Prep Before Leaving the Boat
Part year cruiser or just taking a break? Storing your boat for a bit, in the water or on the hard?
Things to know and do before you lock up and leave, so she'll be in great shape when you return!
If you have to leave your boat, do you have a boat watcher keeping an eye on it? Or are you watching someone else’s boat for them? Here’s what you need to know. [More] What Does a Boat Watcher Do?
How to make a winter boat cover. DIY project with all the details and links to materials. [More] 🎧Winter Cover for a Boat
If you leave your boat without prepping the galley, you could return to a huge mess. Here’s how to avoid the worst. [More] 🎧Leaving the Boat? Prep Your Galley!
Why simply tying off your roller furling jib or genoa isn’t sufficient for a tropical storm or hurricane — pictures of the results. [More] Hurricane Prep: Why Remove Jibs and Genoas
Keep bugs out of your boat with this easy, low-cost way to prevent ants, mud daubers, spiders, and cockroaches from entering thru-hulls when in a boatyard. [More] Don’t Let Bugs in the Thru-Hulls
Storing your boat on the hard or on the dock? Use these tips to help you stay organized when you return. [More] Remembering How You Left It
Ah, I just love spring cleaning! NOT. But doing a really thorough job pays off with fewer bugs, rodents and funky smells . . . and lets you know of any potential problem areas. [More] Spring Cleaning in the Galley