5 Easy Steps To Get Your Boat Ready For Summer

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Every avid boater knows that sweet feeling when spring’s back half brings the perfect weather for long days on the water with family and friends. The sun is shining, and you couldn’t be more excited to get out there on the boat and enjoy it.

Whether you want to go fishing, skiing, tubing, or sailing, the same question applies: Is your boat ready for summer?

Boat Names – Transom Charm

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Boat Names – Stern Personality 

“The boat name you select may not seem like an important thing. But, considering the strong feelings many of us have for our boats; the fact that we put so much work, and sweat and money into them; the fact they are a big part of our memories of so many good times, with family, with friends; the fact that sometimes our very lives are in the safekeeping of our boat; most of us feel that selecting the right name for our boat is important.”- The Frugal Mariner


The name of your boat is also a consideration by the United States Coast Guard. Keep your registration documents on your boat so they are available for inspection. If you own a boat 5 net tons or greater, it needs documentation, too. Permanently affix documentation numbers to the interior of your boat. Display the boat’s home port and name on the hull in letters at least 4 inches high. 



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