DIY & How-To

Learn how to do things yourself with our easy-to-follow guides and how-to breakdowns. Get the most out of your boat or even learn to build your own!

Whether you are a beginner learning to dock a boat or a long-time boater looking to build your own bass boat, our DIY guides have you covered.

Boat Organization Ideas DIY & How-To

Boat Organization Ideas: Tackling Boat Storage

An organized boat means happy boating!  In this article, we will run through the best boat organization and boat storage ideas to ensure you have easy access to everything you need for a day on the water.

How to Drive a Pontoon Boat DIY & How-To

How to Drive a Pontoon Boat in 5 Easy Steps

Whether you are a seasoned boater, first-time pontoon owner, or picking up a pontoon boat rental, the fundamentals of driving a pontoon are the same.  In this article, we will break down how to drive a pontoon boat in 5 easy steps!

How to clean boat seats DIY & How-To

How to Clean Boat Seats

UV rays, sweat, sunscreen, and the build-up of grime can all wreak havoc on your seat cushions and marine upholstery over time. In this article, we will outline how to clean boat seats with preventative and corrective cleaning techniques.

How to Clean a Boat DIY & How-To

How to Clean a Boat and Boat Cleaning Mistakes to Avoid

Boat cleaning is an essential part of regular boat maintenance. It needs to be done to remove grime, fish blood, and prevent mildew stains. In the article, we will outline the best cleaning tips for boat owners to keep a clean boat.

DIY & How-To

How to Dock a Boat

For boating beginners, learning how to dock a boat properly and confidently is often more difficult than boating itself. Learn the best way to dock your boat depending on the current/wind direction.

Marine Grade Plywood DIY & How-To

Marine Grade Plywood: Everything You Need to Know

When it comes to marine construction, regular plywood just won’t make the cut. If you want to attain the level of form and finish that can withstand unrelenting water exposure, then we’ve got three words for you – Marine Grade Plywood.