It’s absolutely critical to properly winterize your boat to avoid damage, no matter whether it stays in the water or spends time on the hard. Follow our time-tested boat winterization advice and tips to ensure your boat comes through the winter safely and you’re ready to get back on the water as soon as possible come spring.
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There's work to do to ensure your boat makes it safely through the winter. Here's a comprehensive list of articles, checklists, and videos to ensure you don’t forget any important steps.
Avoid These 8 Boat Winterizing Mistakes
We all know we have to winterize the engine. But what else can go wrong? Read how to avoid the most common winterizing mishaps.
Getting Your Boat Through A Storm
Important work must be done when severe winter weather approaches. Here are action items to boost your boat's chances of coming through unscathed.
Preventing Mold and Mildew
Storing a boat out of the water in the winter won't keep mold and mildew at bay. Mold spreads by forming spores, and every boat already has them. The key is to deny them what they want so they can't grow.
Boat Winterizing Basics
Unless you're in the sunny South or Hawaii, you'll almost certainly have to do at least some winterizing.
10 Tips to Keep Your Boat Safe this Winter
You know how boats are. Little problems compound quickly into big ones. If we had to give only one piece, be mindful of your boat during the winter.