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  • Raymarine Axiom Installation

    We knew it was finally time to replace our Raymarine equipment when the LCD multifunction panels went black – we couldn’t read them anymore. Our two C90 plotters often failed to communicate with each other throwing up beeps and constant re-boots. The button on our autopilot often failed to work Click here for full post: […] More

  • How To Make A Rubber Gasket For A Boat Engine

    When a boat engine springs a leak it could be a failing gasket. Gaskets, or O-rings, are used to seal two engine parts together. Gaskets are found between the pieces and parts of an engine and are not difficult to fix. As a sailing cruiser you’ll often be forced to Click here for full post: […] More

  • New Anchor Chain Checklist

    Replacing your old anchor chain for new isn’t as straight forward as you might think. Use this New Anchor Chain Checklist to ensure you get the right chain for your gypsy. Watch the video and then read the more elaborate checklist below. Make sure to purchase our ‘Checklists For Sailors’ Click here for full post: […] More

  • Provisioning And Cooking On A Boat – Made Easy!

    Do you know that there are a variety of ways to make provisioning and cooking on a boat easy? Watch the video or read the article below to make your boating life far more fulfilling. Provisioning And Cooking On A Boat Video Surely you already know that, as a cruiser, Click here for full post: […] More

  • Seasickness Solution For Sailors

    Are you one of those boaters that gets seasick? Have you tried various medicines and they only make you feel worse? How about the technique where you plug one ear and close one eye? Read on for a unique seasickness solution for sailors. Going out for an enjoyable sail isn’t Click here for full post: […] More

  • Prevent And Eliminate Boat Toilet Stink!

    No one wants a boat that smells like crap. Here’s how to prevent and eliminate boat toilet stink for good! Are you one of those boat owners that has a smelly head or heads? Have you tried everything but the heads still stink? Cleaning and servicing your heads is usually Click here for full post: […] More

  • Multimeter Basics For Boaters

    In this article and video, we cover multimeter basics for boaters. A multimeter is the most important tool to have on board when it comes to your electrical systems. Used to check voltage, a multimeter performs resistance and continuity tests, and troubleshoot basic electrical issues, just to name a few Click here for full post: […] More

  • How to Increase the Lifespan of Your Batteries

    Are you interested in how to increase the lifespan of your batteries? If you’re a boater, you should be. Replacing your boat batteries is also a huge cost, to the tune of thousands of dollars, depending on what type of batteries you decide to purchase. Though the performance of your Click here for full post: […] More

  • How To Manage Your Boat Battery Bank

    Do you know how to manage your boat battery bank? Do you know what your boat battery bank levels normally are at different points during the day? Are you confident that your monitors are giving you the right readings? Once you’re comfortable with the batteries you have on your boat, Click here for full post: […] More

  • The Ultimate Guide To Marine Boat Batteries

    As a boat owner, it’s imperative to first educate yourself on what type of marine boat batteries you have and what condition they’re in. Next, you’ll want to learn how to take care of your batteries so they last as long a possible. This is part one of a three-part Click here for full post: […] More

  • Understanding Your Boat’s Electrical Systems

    How are you doing with understanding your boat’s electrical systems? This is the first of a series of videos and articles where we’ll be exploring the basics of boating electrical systems. This is so that you can be in control which means that you’ll have a safer boat, save money, Click here for full post: […] More

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