Eastbay Fuel Burn

This information got lost on the site somehow so I have moved it here where it can be easily found. FUEL BURN DISCUSSION The report regarding fuel consumption for 38′ Eastbay “Another Way to Look…

Rust is not your friend

There are many parts on a boat that are not stainless steel. Most of these would be add ons to a marinized part – such as an engine, or maybe brackets for mechanical parts. In…

The Best Boat for the Bay

I have been asking our sales department, co-workers and customers the same question — what is the best boat for the Chesapeake Bay. Maybe it’s not a regional thing at all, but it is the…

Added Service

We realize that with the cost of boating increasing, as is everything else, everyone needs to economize where necessary. If you have being paying high service invoices where labor is in higher demand, you will…

Are you ready for the season?

In the winter, we decommission vessels. During that process many things happen that keep the boat from freezing, many of which leave the boat in an “unready” state for use. When spring rolls around we…

Spring Maintenance Routines

Owning a boat means caring for a boat. The most important time for boat care is during the Spring Maintenance Routine. There is never a good reason to skimp on maintenance, especially at the beginning…

Winterizing Your Boat

When you take away days you have to work, days when it’s raining, days when the temperatures are too hot or too cold, days you have to attend weddings, funerals, birthday parties, family vacations, business…