AnchorLift: An Anchor Puller Does the Work for You

February 19th, 2014 | Posted by SavvyBoater in Docking & Anchoring - (Comments Off on AnchorLift: An Anchor Puller Does the Work for You)

I’m breaking a sweat. It’s hot out, I’m anxious to get underway, and I’m hauling up my anchor, hand-over-hand, one grueling foot at a time. The rope is accumulating in snarls at my feet, my back is killing me, and one slip of my grip and the anchor is heading back to the bottom, with …
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How to Properly Raft Your Boat

April 11th, 2013 | Posted by SavvyBoater in Docking & Anchoring | Everything Boating & Fishing - (Comments Off on How to Properly Raft Your Boat)

Rafting your boat is a great alternative to docking or anchoring. It is the best option to save space in a small harbor, or kick back and relax with your friends while connected out in the water. You must learn how to raft your boat correctly to avoid damage to your boat, as well as …
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How a Dock Deicer can Prevent Damage to your Dock

October 21st, 2011 | Posted by JustinM in Deicer & Ice Eater Units | Docking & Anchoring - (Comments Off on How a Dock Deicer can Prevent Damage to your Dock)

There are a number of factors that can affect the ice formation around your dock – temperature, cloud cover, sunlight, snowfall, wind and water level changes. All of these factors play key roles in the strength, direction, and force at which ice can impact your dock. And although none of these factors can be predicted, …
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