Category Archives: Pontoon Boat Tips

Maintenance Tips for Your Boat

Maintenance Tips for Your Boat

It’s always good to be reminded of tips on maintaining the condition of your boat. You never want to overlook any problems with your boat because when you want to go out for a ride, you may have some issues that will stop you from enjoying the open waters.

Maintaining your boat regularlyHere Are Some Things to Check On

The look and condition of your boat is extremely important if you’re a boat owner. If you don’t keep checking up on your boat, you’ll never want to go out on the boat because problems will arise, and it will end up sitting unused for years. Rust and mold will develop, which will make the appearance unattractive. We want to remind you that your boat needs to be taken care of for your enjoyment to be satisfactory. Here are some tips:

  • Make sure to wash your boat after use and on a regular basis
  • Dry the interior after use
  • Inspect every area of the boat for mold, rust, corrosion, propeller problems
  • Check engine before every outing
  • Keep an oil schedule

Bring Your Boat to a Service Center

Another proactive option would be to take your boat to a service center where you can get everything checked out before or after the season. This is a great way to get a professional marine service expert like Triangle Marine Center to conduct a maintenance and service check-up on your pride and joy.

Our Warranty Service Center services the following brands:

  • Evinrude
  • Johnson
  • Yamaha

If you’re experiencing a problem with your boat, or you’d like to get a maintenance check-up, please contact Triangle Marine Center at 352-343-6146. We have some of the best factory certified and trained mechanics in the business, and we take pride in our boats and service.

 

Boating ATONS

Boating ATONS

There are many boating compliance signs that are easy to read and straight forward, such as ‘slow, no wake’, ‘private dock, no trespassing’ or ‘keep out of pond, no swimming, fishing or boating’.  Some of these signs are available to the public for purchase. However, there are also boating signals referred to as Aids to…

Terminology Every Boater Should Know

Terminology Every Boater Should Know

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a veteran boater or fresh out of boating school, you should be fluent in both the navigation and language of the water. Boaters use specific terms for a reason; it’s the easiest way to communicate among people who enjoy the same niche. This special boating terminology allows boaters to communicate…