What to watch out for before bad weather strikes
Bad Weather can change quickly and when you’re on a boat this matters. Thunderstorms, strong winter cold fronts, and large waves should cause any experienced sailor to be on alert. You have to keep your head up and pay attention to your surroundings and make sure that any changes in the weather won’t turn deadly. In Florida, you need to pay extra attention because the weather can change so rapidly. The best way to avoid potentially deadly weather conditions is to follow the following helpful suggestions:
During the winter in the northern part of the U.S., owning a boat is pretty much useless. More so if you live in areas such as Michigan, New York, or New Jersey. Although summer boating may be a pleasure many wish to have, during the winter owning a boat does nothing but burn a hole in your pocket. Is your boat creating unwanted expenses? Are you looking to cut expenses and start finding ways to save more money? If so, eliminating one of your largest expenses, such as your boat is a great place to start!
So, you bought a boat out of impulse because, well hey, who doesn’t want a boat? Now you going through your first winter as a boat owner, and have come across issues that you didn’t think about when you were signing the title at the dealership. Such as off-season expenses.
Unfortunately for most of us, the fun in the sun has ended. The cold winter months are approaching and it is time to winterize your boat. In addition, any responsible boat own should follow some good guidelines to winterize your boat. Of course, if you feel like you no longer want your boat or plan on buying a new one. Then you can sell your old boat to us at Sell Us Your Boat. Also, we offer fair prices on any used boat in decent condition.