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  • Product Spotlight | New DIY Boat Fiberglass Repair Center Online
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    Keeping a standard fiberglass boat from getting a scratch or ding is like never receiving a scratch or a door ding on your car - it just doesn't happen. Repairing small scrapes and even larger holes is now much easier for the average boater with the grand opening of the iboats.com Do-it-yourself Fiberglass Repair Center, a new section of the online store devoted to a comprehensive selection of fiberglass repair products, tools and advice.



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    August 14th, 2014, 07:14 PM
  • Let's Get Cook'n! | Stuffed New Zealand or Spanish Mackerel On Your Boat's Grill
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    Have more fun than any of those TV chef's with your own BBQ grill on board your own boat.


    Our friends at Kuuma Grills are providing monthly recipes to help highlight the fun of boating family cooking. Don't forget to check out the iboats.com FaceBook page 'I Love Boating' for your chance to win a beautiful Kuuma 160 BBQ grill for your boat.


    This looks delicious. Use your catch of the day or stop at the local market to get New Zealand or Spanish Mackerel...
    August 14th, 2014, 06:57 PM
  • Product Spotlight | Get Into The Swing Of Things For Better Watersports Towing
    iboats.com
    Back in the day, we had a limited number of ways to attach a ski or tow rope to our family runabout, bowrider or 'fish-n-ski' boats. And, no one even considered that kind of fun behind a pontoon boat.

    Remember tying your ski rope to a three-point pylon that would barely reached over the outboard motor and you had a bunch of toe-stubbing hardware on deck that made getting in and out of the back of the boat more difficult?

    Don't forget about the steel cable system...
    August 14th, 2014, 06:26 PM
  • Product Spotlight | Protect Your Logs
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    To read this article, visit the Pontoon Boat Parts - Seats, Covers, Bimini & Accessories page.
    August 14th, 2014, 01:43 PM
  • Ask the Experts | Boat and Boater Friendly Fenders
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    To read this article, visit the Boat Fenders page.
    August 13th, 2014, 07:52 PM
  • Ask the Experts | Honest, I'm Not Lazy!
    iboats.com

    Those who understand slow trolling also understand how important boat speed and heading are to a successful day of catching.

    A gradual revolution is occurring in both the fresh and saltwater markets. Avid and weekend anglers are realizing the advantages of using smaller horse power auxiliary or 'kicker' motors to augment the main engine(s) when trolling for long periods. The successful development of small horse power, 4-stroke engines to be paired with their high horsepower...
    August 13th, 2014, 06:21 PM
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