Tools for a Boat

If you’re boating, you have to be prepared to fix things when there’s no repair facility nearby.

Tools we’ve come to love because of how useful they are and how well they’ve held up.

  • Got a leaky hose or pipe? Fuel line or heat exchanger split? How about a high pressure, hot or cold application? Need to waterproof an electrical connection? Repair a refrigeration tube? Mark anchor chain or rode?

Cockpit drains need to be kept clear so they will drain quickly. But it’s easy for things such as hair and parts from a project to go down them. So you need to clean them out. This inexpensive tool is the best we’ve found!

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