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July 2011

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July 2011 iboats.com Monthly Review

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  • Ask the Experts | Docking Your Boat

    Ask the Experts | Docking Your Boat

    Patience and Practice Pay Off

    Docking your boat isn't as difficult as you might imagine; take it slow and easy - and you'll do just fine.


    As with any other learned skill, docking your boat takes practice, and like the rest of us in the boating fraternity, you'll make some mistakes along the way, but your boat handling skills will improve every time you pull up to the dock. To keep things simple, we'll go over two typical docking scenarios: parking your boat alongside...
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  • Tips by Tim | 8 Tips to Keep Your Boat Motor Cool

    Tips by Tim | 8 Tips to Keep Your Boat Motor Cool

    To view this article, visit the Boat Motor Parts page.
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    Last edited by toneeees; August 26th, 2014, 11:35 AM.

  • Ask The Experts | Back to Propeller Basics

    Ask The Experts | Back to Propeller Basics

    As with many things in life, the basic working principles of something get pushed aside in our minds. This is often due to worrying about work, getting the bills paid, and running the kids to school and practice. Once we make it to the water with our boat we are more than ready to relax our mind and enjoy the down time. One of the many ways our sacred time on the water can be spoiled is by a boat that doesn't perform to its fullest potential. Often times this can be addressed by just being sure...
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  • Insurance Corner | Operation Dry Water

    Insurance Corner | Operation Dry Water

    It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that drinking and driving don't mix. The fact of the matter is people still seem to avoid following suit when it comes to operating a vessel. Recent statistics state that 17% of all recreational boating fatalities involve the abuse of alcohol; meaning 428 of 2010's 6,062 accidents were alcohol related. On the road there are laws and organizations that discourage drinking and driving, but when it comes to the water, we really see very little enforcement....
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