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How to Buy a Boat on a Budget

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Many people shy away from buying a boat with the fear that it will break the bank. While it is true that purchasing a watercraft isn’t a cheap venture, it is an investment and doesn’t have to be insanely pricey. Here are a few tips and tricks for buying a boat in an affordable way.

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How Much Should Boating Insurance Cost | Part One

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Although the purchase price of a watercraft is probably going to be the most expensive part, it is not the only factor to consider when buying a boat. Taxes, registration, winter storage, maintenance, and marine insurance are all components of the overall price tag.

As you would similarly shop around for a boat that gives you the greatest value for the best price, you should do the same with insurance companies. It is vital to find a boat insurance company that carries the best policies for your dollar. Look below to see how they will determine your premium, as well as corresponding discounts and tips that will help lower the overall cost.

Please note: not every insurance company will offer all these discounts, but SkiSafe does.

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How Much Should Boating Insurance Cost | Part Two

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SkiSafe is here to give you all the tricks of the trade to lower your boat insurance costs. Continue reading part two of this three-part series to see how you can save on your marine insurance today.

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How Much Should Boating Insurance Cost | Part Three

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SkiSafe is here to give you all the tricks of the trade to lower your boat insurance costs. Continue reading the final part to this series to see how you can save on your marine insurance today.

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The Effects of Saltwater | What Is It Doing to Your Boat?

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There is nothing quite like a boating adventure out in the wondrous ocean. However, many freshwater boaters will shy away from the salt tank with the fear of boat corrosion.

It is possible for saltwater boaters to sustain a well-kept boat, if certain precautions are taken. Take a look at some maintenance tips below!

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How to Make a Smaller Boat Feel More Spacious

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A small boat holds a ton of adventure, whether it be fishing trips, water skiing, or simply venturing out for a day on the water. But often, the issue with a smaller boat is the lack of room for all your belongings or the extra friends you want to bring along.

There are a few tricks to create the feeling of a roomier boat. Some of you may question how a boat can seem bigger if space is a definite concept? Try out these ideas to help you rethink the layout of your boat and I guarantee it will feel more spacious.

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Your Guide to Deep Sea Fishing

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Imagine this – you launch your boat or depart on a friend’s vessel with the highest hopes of reeling in an adequate fish. Instead you leave with a shark as your catch of the day. An incredible story like this is possible when deep-sea fishing.

If you’re a beginner or simply looking to broaden your knowledge, follow along this deep-sea fishing guide to stay safe and be prepared for your next boating trip.

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Top 5 Mistakes When Winterizing Your Boat

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During the off-season months, every boater is counting down the days until the warm weather hits. To ensure boating season will hold nothing less than good times and tan lines, it is crucial to prepare your boat for the harsh winter months. Otherwise there could be disastrous oversights that lead to a pricey repair or even the retirement of your boat.

Prepping your boat correctly for winter shouldn’t be too troublesome but should be done right. Read below for common mistakes boaters make when winterizing their boats, as well as tips to help you avoid them and guarantee an incredible summer.

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