PLR Ebook Table Of Contents
Buying a Boat 4
Kinds of Boats 4-9
Buying a Used Boat 9
Engine Check List 12
Boat Check List 13
Best Places to Buy a Boat 15
Boat Financing 17
Insurance and Registration 18
Boat Maintenance 20
Emergency Boat Repair 26
Boat Equipment 27
Getting On the Water 29
Rules of the “Road” 32
Boat Safety 38
Boating Etiquette for Guests 42
Boating With Children 45
In Case of Emergency 49
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For some people, the perfect day is clear and sunny. It’s not too cool and it’s not too warm. There is a gentle breeze blowing and the water is like a smooth plate of glass and they are happily riding along the water in their new boat enjoying the scenery along the way.
If this sounds like your perfect day too, there are some things that you need to know about before you begin your boating adventures. Boating is much more than just putting a craft on the water and switching on the motor or hoisting the sails. While it may seem like an easy undertaking, you should still become an informed boater knowing the rules of the water as well as boat safety.
Boating has lots and lots of advantages that you may have never thought about. It can help bring you together as a family, it can ease stress, and it is a lot of fun. Experienced boaters can share with you their love of boating and why it’s something they pursue heartily.
Recreational boating provides a constructive outlet for entertainment that reduces stress and provides ample opportunities for self-enrichment. It doesn’t matter if you’re learning to water ski, relaxing as you try to catch a fish, or just relaxing on deck and enjoying a sunset, boating can bring quality to your life.
About ninety percent of Americans live less than an hour away from a navigable body of water. That means that boating is also a convenient means of entertainment that requires just a little travel time.
Believe it or not, boating can greatly reduce the amount of stress in your life as well. In fact, a 2005 National Marina Manufacturers Association survey of over 1,000 American households listed boating in the top-three of all stress-relieving activities.
There are many activities you can do while boating that can also contribute toward your overall well-being. Water skiing is great exercise. Some people believe that just breathing in the fresh air from the deck of your boat can have healing qualities as well. Nutritionists know that fish is good for you. Boating allows you to catch your own fresh fish thus improving your health as well.
If you’re new to boating, don’t fear. There is a lot to learn, but the good news is that it’s easy to learn. This book will explore all aspects of boating from picking out a boat to boat safety. Whether you are interested in boating for recreation or as a way to connect with family and friends, with our help, you’ll be on the water in no time.
With the information contained in this book, even a person with no boating experience will be able to enjoy this great activity like more experienced sailors. This is Boating 101 – let class begin!
BUYING A BOAT
Many people would love to get into boating as a regular activity in their lives, but they think they can’t afford to own their own boat. While buying a boat can be a large expenditure, there are actually many options prospective boat owners can use when buying a boat.
Almost all boat dealers will offer financing for your boat, and most of the time, your payments will be under $200 a month. You can also look into securing a personal loan for your boat through your local bank.
Many new boat owners will buy a previously owned boat as their first watercraft. A lot of times people will upgrade their choice of boats and then sell their old boat. This can be a great way to get into boat ownership without spending a lot of money.
Let’s start by identifying what exactly certain boats are. Sometimes the terminology can get lost on beginners, so we’ll look at some of the most common boats and what they’re called.
These boats are exactly what the name implies. They are meant to be used for fishing. Most fishing boats are powered by outboard motors, and many also have a trolling motor mounted on the bow.
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