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There’s little point in ensuring your boat is in mint condition if your means of getting it to the water is compromised. Your boat trailer deserves love too!

Boating during winter brings additional challenges, such as unpredictable weather and colder conditions. Take a look at some tips on how to stay safe.

Baby overboard! The words nobody wants to hear… ever. Now that we have your attention, let’s talk about boating with children, or more specifically, ensuring you know how to baby-or-child proof your boat.

Many boaties have the misconception that when their boat is hauled out for storage or not being used, that it is a lot more secure and safe from harm’s way. Our claims figures tell a different story.