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Iboats.com is the largest online store for boating parts and accessories. It have an amazing classifieds area where you can view thousands of boats for sale, new boat research and the largest community of over 200,000 boaters in the forums. The company is committed to building the community of boating enthusiast and makes it easy for the any customer to find boats and parts they need.
Published by Jeremy John Patriarca 55 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +0 votes | 0 comments
West Marine is an online store that offers an amazing selection of boating gear, life jackets, apparel for men and women, boats, boat maintenance supples, fishing and sailing equipment, and boating electronics such as GPS West Marine has multiple shopping categories: Shop All Men's Women's Electronics Boats & Motors Maintenance Sailing Cruising Fishing Holiday
Published by Travis Burdick 58 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +0 votes | 0 comments
BoatersWorld is an interactive network of ecommerce sites which is being led by its flagship sites such as RitzCamera.com and OuterBankOutfitters.com. The website's sole aim is to promote the branded and marketed products so as to bring unique product offerings to the e-tailing shopper. The company was founded in the year 1999 and its team is dedicated towards bringing the customers the selection of best boating supplies coupled with a low price guarantee with respect to its competitors. It has...
Published by Abhay Singh 65 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +0 votes | 0 comments
Today, the standard is, Red lights are on the Left of a ship (Port side), Green on the Right (Starboard), and White at the back (aft or stern) and front (fore / bow). The lights are visible head-on (straight ahead) and "22.5 degrees abaft the beam" (visible to the side of the widest part of the boat). This is what allows another ship to determine the direction (heading) and length of the opposing vessel.
Published by Irwin Keltner 67 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +6 votes | 3 comments
Consumer Marine, popular for their marine communication, navigation, and electronics sales, has combined with Overton's greatly expanding on their product line and offerings. The Consumer Marine Electronics website now brings you directly to Overton's, but is still owned and operated by Consumer Marine. Along with marine electronic equipment, Consumer Marine now offers over 50,000 products, from categories such as: Watersports Equipment Mooring & Docking Supplies Trailer Parts Fishi...
Published by Irwin Keltner 68 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +2 votes | 1 comments
West Marine opened its first stores in 1991 in Miami and Annapolis. More stores quickly followed and in 1996 West Marine merged with E&B Marine. By the time the merger was complete, West Marine had over 150 stores. Today, West Marine has over 300 stores throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico, an outstanding online store, and is one of the largest and most respected boating products and accessories companies in the world.  West Marine offers everything a boating enthusiast...
Published by Patricia Cartwright 68 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +2 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 69 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +0 votes | 0 comments
To repair a canoe hull dent, heat the hull with an electric iron on the Rayon setting, a hair dryer, or a 75-watt light bulb with a reflector. Apply heat to the outside of the hull only, in the area of the dent.
Published by TracyAnn 75 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +5 votes | 1 comments
National Safe Boating Week brings the awareness of boating safety to help prevent boating accidents and injuries. it is the law in all states to have a life jacket in the boat for all passengers including the operator of the boat.
Published by cee 76 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +34 votes | 18 comments
How to pronounce some sailing words. Some sailing words' pronunciation.
Published by Teresa Schultz 76 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +10 votes | 3 comments
Knowing where the direction of the wind is the most important thing in sailing. If you can tell where the wind is coming from, you will be able to catch the most amount of wind that your sail can hold. Wind can shift direction, or come in bursts, so this can be a bit tricky at times. There are however, several great ways to identify the wind direction.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 76 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +5 votes | 4 comments
It's important to learn the parts of the sailboat and what they're used for before you start sailing. These basic features can be easily identifiable on any sailboat, as their basic structure and rigging remain the same. Some of the parts mentioned below may be missing on some sailboats, while present on others. This walkthrough is an easy to understand, beginner's guide, and is part of a series on sailboats.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 76 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +7 votes | 1 comments
How do you pronounce sailing words? Is it gunnel or gunwale? Is it starb'd or starboard?
Published by Teresa Schultz 77 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +6 votes | 0 comments
Sailing dinghy terminology can be confusing. What is a rudder and rudder assembly? What is a tiller and a tiller extension?
Published by Teresa Schultz 77 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +10 votes | 2 comments
Make life and dinghy sailing easier with these handy sailing dinghy hints and tips.
Published by Teresa Schultz 77 months ago in Sailing & Boating | +6 votes | 0 comments
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