Install A Solar Vent
A solar vent is a great addition to any boat that has any sort of below deck area.
How To Add A Swim Platform And Ladder To Your Boat
Adding a swim step and boarding ladder combo makes getting back aboard easier and safer. Here's how
How To Monitor Your Bilge Pump
Knowing if your bilge pump is running often, or perhaps continuously, can give warning of a potentially serious problem.
Installing A TurboSwing Tow System
The TurboSwing sits well clear of the engine and allows towing of tubes and skiers on boats that don't have space for a pylon.
How To Install A One-Way Scupper Valve
If your deck scuppers are allowing your deck to flood, consider installing an aftermarket scupper system that allows water to flow off the deck and out of the boat.
How To Install A Folding Swing Tongue
Shortening your rig by a few inches may make the difference between storing your boat and trailer in your garage and not.
Supplying 120 Volt AC power, inverters allow you to use things such as TVs, other home entertainment equipment, computers, printers, microwaves, and power tools when away from shore power and without using a generator.
Installing a Self-Contained Air Conditioning Unit
Air conditioning for boats has come a long way in recent years. In earlier days there were typically large compressor and condenser units in one section of the boat with air handlers and the evaporator in cabinetry within the living areas. This type of air conditioning is still used, principally in larger yachts, but developing technology has led to the option of buying a self contained unit that's small enough to install within a cabinet in a living area.