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Nov 2021

The Ancient Greeks called it ‘the plague of the sea’ for a reason. No one wants to experience seasickness, but around 1 in 3 people are susceptible to it. So, how can you get rid of boat motion sickness? Boat motion sickness is certainly not a new phenomenon. There have been many famous sufferers over the years, such as...

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The boating and marine industry brought in approximately $42 billion in 2019 alone. The state leading the way with an almost $1.5 million gap was Florida. Each year, Florida’s pristine waters and warm weather draw avid boaters from around the nation. You also don’t have to be rich to buy a boat. In fact, the same numbers that...

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Oct 2021

Just as the Florida Gators vs.the Florida State Seminoles is one of the biggest rivalries in all of college sports, boaters and seagulls have been at odds for centuries. As a boat owner, you’re probably very familiar with this process. Seagull lands on your boat Seagull does what seagulls do You curse the seagulls You...

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Oct 2021

How to safely and effectively grill on a boat Is there anything that says summer more than the smell of the grill perfectly a burger on a hot day? While backyard BBQs are great, you can up the ante on that experience by bringing it to the open water and grilling on your boat. If...

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Did you know an 18-year-old named Ralph Samuelson invented water skiing in 1922? He wanted to add more fun to his water recreation time, so he experimented with his skis. Unfortunately, he found his snow skis too heavy, but he made it work through creativity and invention. The fun Samuelson displayed is just one example of the benefits of...

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Aug 2021

What are seagrasses? If you’ve spent any time in Florida’s coastal waterways, you’ve surely encountered seagrasses. They are submerged grassy environments that typically thrive in rich sunlight and areas with clear water. They are filled with marine flowering plants and have a well-developed root system that anchors them to the sea floor. These areas provide...

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It’s a scary thought for any boater. Enjoying a day on the water with the shoreline out of sight, and after hours of fun and relaxation, your boat breaks down and you aren’t sure how you’ll get yourself, your guests, and your boat back to land. It’s important you prepare ahead for these situations and...

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Myths, old sayings, and folklore play a role in our daily lives. In fact, so many of these myths or sayings are so ingrained in our daily speech that we often don’t think to stop and consider their origins, meaning, or whether or not they’re true. The boating community is no exception with strange sayings...

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Why the Coronavirus pandemic pushed boat sales to record highs The past year has been a difficult one for people across the world. The COVID-19 pandemic forced individuals to socially isolate, leading to businesses closing, children learning remotely, lost jobs, and so many other hardships. While social distancing may have been one of the most...

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