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Contributed by Chuck Fort - This blog has been viewed 2296 times and there are 1 comments
Posted: September 28, 2010
Found this on a Viking 32. Looks like the hose is past its prime.




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Love Your Boat? So Does Someone Else!
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 7967 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: December 10, 2009

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Taking the Hassles out of Trailering
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 3847 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: November 17, 2009
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Blocking Ashore: The Right and Wrong Way
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 5694 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: October 13, 2009
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Why Fiberglass Boats Sometimes Fail
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 7883 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: October 07, 2009
A Primer on Fiberglass Boat Construction

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Signaling for Help
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 4154 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: September 22, 2009

VHF, DSC, EPIRBs, and PLBs -- as Well as Cell Phones and Flares -- Can Save Your Life!
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Minimize Hurricane Damage: Strap Down Boats
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 5547 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: September 09, 2009
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Insuring Against Future Hurricanes
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 4147 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: August 12, 2009
A Blueprint on How to Minimize Catastrophic Losses
Minimizing Damage
Some Intermediate-Term Solutions
First and foremost, whenever hurricane warnings have been posted, ALL boats must be prepared by their owners or by professionals. This is critical; boats that are ignored before storms are much more likely to come adrift and damage boats that were prepared. This has been true when a boat was in a slip, on a mooring, or in a canal; neglected boats account for a disproportionate share of hurricane damage.

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PWC Do’s and Dont’s
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 4523 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: July 29, 2009
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Hurricane Season is Here: Are You Prepared?
Contributed by badriance - This blog has been viewed 5287 times and there are 0 comments
Posted: July 29, 2009
BoatU.S. CAT (Catastrophe) Team surveyors, who examine boats after they’ve been wrecked by a major storm, weigh-in on what could have been done to save them.



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