Wakesurfing is Cool

on May 29, 2021

Wakesurfing is cool in that the wave is yours—and yours alone. In wakesurfing, you own the wave for as long as you care to ride it. Wakesurfing responsibly means that you’re not only having a good time on the water, but you’re doing so in a way that respects other boaters and local homeowners. A little courtesy and respect goes a long way in keeping our waterways open and wake-friendly. Be sure to follow these […]

Be a Good Boat Guest

on May 22, 2021

You get a call this week, and one of your friends invites you and your family to go out on their boat for the weekend. What does being a good boat guest mean? Want to ensure you ever get another invitation? Its always a good idea to read up on ways to be a good boat guest before you even step a foot onboard. Ask your friends ahead of time about their specific boat. Is […]


on May 16, 2021

If you own a boat, you worry about keeping it secure. Doesn’t matter what type of boat, you have some anxiety. New technology has made the options for keeping secure more numerous, easier to install and operate, and far more sophisticated. Those technology advances in cellular, satellite, and WiFi communications, have resulted in it being easier to stay connected with anything from virtually anywhere on Earth. Three Main Categories There are three main categories in […]


on May 8, 2021

Thinking about joining a boat club this summer? A great alternative when purchasing is not in reach. Boat club costs are significantly less than purchasing a boat. A boat club membership comes with perks like boating education classes, on-the-water training, insurance coverage, and/or social events. There are boat clubs near you, and near just about everyone these days. For anyone close to a popular waterway, its worth the investigation. In fact, there are hundreds of locations […]

Cinco de Mayo

on May 5, 2021

Cinco de Mayo, (Spanish: “Fifth of May”) commemorates the Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. It started as a holiday celebrated in Mexico in honor of a military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III. The US had its own Civil War going on in 1862, when the Battle of Puebla was fought. As a sign of solidarity, Southern California, celebrated Cinco de Mayo with Mexico to show support against against French […]