Boating & Fishing Blog
February is here, and so is the chilly climate. For all those adventurous souls whose spirit isn’t frozen yet, this is a month of winter festivals and ice sports. Safety is a primary factor no matter the weather, but boating in Canadian winter requires special precautions and attention to detail. Here are some boat safety tips for daring boaters who are ready to tackle the stormy winter waters.
Are you planning to take your boat out to enjoy the scenic beauty of British Columbia? May it is the gulf islands or the sunshine coast, the vessels and their style vary from Dingy boats to Jet boats and Deck boats to Utility boats according to your needs and personal preference. Here are the top 8 choices for the boaters in Vancouver Island.
When it comes to picking up between which boating is better, in-shore or offshore, the answers are always different. Consulting google can lead to multiple solutions with different opinions or reviews. What exactly are new boaters supposed to look into? Fret not, here are some perspectives from which you can view the whole ordeal and choose the best option for you. Here are some pointers to go through before you hit the waters.
For all those rookie boaters scratching your head confused by the terminology, EFI, also known as Electronic or Enhanced Fuel Injection, is a relatively new marine engine technology that has made the boating experience a lot safer, cheaper, and smoother. The technology has been in the developing phase for many years now. The skepticism that ruled the boating world kept these discoveries at bay by raising pointless questions such as the life span crisis of electronics in water. It is safe to say that the developers have come up with stunning solutions for these problems in the form of sealed and compact modules and sensors that could brave the salty waters. Let us take a look at what makes EFI the better outboard fuel system.
From a short fuse that could blow up on you unexpectedly to minor sparks here and there, wiring problems could arise in any electrical system, and your shiny boats are no exception. Both new and experienced boaters alike are confused when it comes to wiring a boat. If you are someone with absolutely no clue as to how the system works, we highly recommend going to a professional. For the rest of the crowd who know how their boat works, here are some tips to wire your boat correctly to save the repair fee.