by TOC News Bot at 1 hour ago
Backing Up A Trailered Boat Using Mirrors

In this article, Boating Magazine's Jim Hendricks describes the use of tow vehicle mirrors in backing up a trailered boat. Hendricks, boasting half-a-century of trailer boating experience, also shares other trailer handling techniques and tips. Check out this article.

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by honest mark at 6 hours ago
spoke to the nearest cummins dealer and was quoted $5500 for both after coolers for a maitenance and acid wash, they do have to travel approx 2 hours to get to the boat, is that a fair price???
by TOC News Bot at Today, 12:46 AM
Miss October: Annie M.

Annie M. is the Icom Cover Girl for October. She was photographed aboard the Blackfin 332 CC.

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by TOC News Bot at Yesterday, 06:01 PM
What To Look For In A Marine Battery

Marine batteries are very different from the batteries in your car. Make sure you get the right type for the job with these tips from our editors.

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by honest mark at Yesterday, 04:37 PM
sooooo was taking the boat out of water for season, tech told me the starboard engine wasnt really lunging when you put it in gear, like they usually do, like the port engine does, got the boat on trailer and very little oil in trans, barely any on dipstick,  i did notice about a month ago that it was low, i added about half a quart, nothing on the bildge floor tho, the tech who was driving the boat out of the water said he noticed oil substance coming out of exhaust on starboard side??? he thought maybee a trans oil cooler leak, this boat has been in saltwater its whole life, 16 years, maybee rotted thru??? i have a cummins qsm11 with about 900 hours on it???can you rebuild the trans oil cooler or do you just replace??? approx cost??? is it easy to get at???? thank you in advance....
by TOC News Bot at Yesterday, 11:37 AM
What To Look For In A Pair Of Binoculars

Stay safe by increasing your field of view while on the water with one of these choices from our editors.

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by TOC News Bot at Yesterday, 05:34 AM
How To Pick The Right Boat Shoes

Most people associate the term boat shoes with the traditional leather variety. These days however there are lots of different styles to choose from to keep you comfortable and safe. See which style is best for you here.

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by TOC News Bot at 09-16-2019, 10:37 PM
Sea Ray SPX 230 Outboard Boat Test

A Boating Certified Boat test of a Sea Ray SPX 230 Outboard model, produced by the worlds foremost powerboat experts, the editors at Boating. Learn how fast this boat goes, what powers it and how much fuel it burns. Details about construction and layout are also included, along with pricing information.

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by OurHighLife at 09-16-2019, 08:23 PM
How can I determine if the cockpit on my 2001 38' open has a suitable deck reinforcement to accept a fighting chair or battle station?
by honest mark at 09-16-2019, 07:51 PM
there is a black rubber groove in the floor  when you walk up the stairs from the deck to the captains area, water always gathers on this straight black line, i have a carpeted mat over it but my carpet always gets soaked and im afraid the rubber backing on the carpet will get mold, any solutions for this???

i mean from the bottom deck , up the stairs , thats where the black grooved line is before you get into cockpit area, hope this better explains....thank you
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