Hire a Captain

Why Would I Hire a Captain for My Next Boat Rental?

Safety, Comfort, and Relaxation on Your Boating Adventure If you have your next vacation planned to the smallest detail and you decided to rent a boat and take it on the open sea, you should hire a captain. Now, some of you might even have a lot of experience with boats and this might seem […]

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Buying a Boat? Here's Our Advice

Buying a Boat? Here’s Our Advice

When You Should And When You Shouldn’t Buy a Boat If you are an avid boat enthusiast who likes and wants to sail or cruise frequently, you might be considering buying your own boat. It is not a small investment to buy a yacht and you should tread lightly, making the informed decision. Buying a […]

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Buying a boat

Buying a Boat? Here’s Our Advice

When You Should And When You Shouldn’t Buy a Boat If you are an avid boat enthusiast who likes and wants to sail or cruise frequently, you might be considering buying your own boat. It is not a small investment to buy a yacht and you should tread lightly, making the informed decision. Buying a […]

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Hurricane Dorian Destruction to the Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian Relief: What We Can Do to Help

The Destruction of Hurricane Dorian Hurricane Dorian, the first major hurricane of the 2019 season and the strongest hurricane to ever make landfall in the Bahamas, has been wreaking havoc on the areas in the Atlantic since September 1st when it crashed head-first into Abaco Island before hitting central Grand Bahama with the same 220-miles […]

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Hurricane Season 2019: How to Prepare Your Boat for Hurricane Dorian

By Riley Draper It was early October 2017 and I had just boarded the 46-foot Striker 1, the notorious shark fishing captain Mark “the Shark” Quartiano’s Hatteras Sportfishing vessel. At the time, I was on assignment for an online fishing boat rental company, assisting a video producer from Serbia as he made marketing videos for […]

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How to Own a Boat for Free

You Can Own a 2019 Boston Whaler for Free and Here’s How

Using Tax Incentives and Boatsetter to Offset Your Costs Entirely By Riley Draper The recreational boating industry is seeing some of the largest increases in growth since 2007 and it’s not stopping anytime soon. In fact, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, which is responsible for representing the nation’s recreational boat, engine, and marine […]

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