If you’re wanting to learn about boating…
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It doesn’t matter if you are just for the first time
looking into going boating, this boating guide will
get you on the right track to a fun filled experience.
Who wants to spend all that money on a big boat and not have the time to use it anyway?
Do you or someone you know want a better boating experience? If so, pay close attention!
There’s finally an original new book created just for people like you!
And, if you really want to know the facts about boating, this book is definitely for YOU!
This Isn’t Like Some Trendy Family Fun Guides
On Boating That You Can Find In Any Store..
…On the internet, or even at your local library for that matter!
These books cover everything there is to know about boating and it’s understandable to the average person! In fact, some people have called it the “Boating Manuals“!
It’s like having your very own boating expert that you can reference and ask questions anytime you need to!
You’ll uncover a wide array of tips, including ways to repair your boat in an emergency today!
I myself have been a keen boater for several years and it wasn’t easy to get into a routine when I first started out! I mean, information on this isn’t easy to come by… Especially the kind
of thorough information I needed. To be quite honest with you, I got tired of looking and searching all over the place, so I decided to create these definitive ebooks on boating!
You’re going to discover so many things on boating with little effort! Not only will you discover the ease of getting started, but you’ll also learn extra bonus tips to actually show others, too.
Buying A Boat & Focus On Yachting Package
This Is Just “A Little Taste” At What You’ll
Discover Inside These Perfectly Crafted eBooks:
Discover how cheap you can actually buy a new boat for.
Learn how to find find the right for your needs.
Find out how to determine what size motor you need.
Learn about bowriders.
Discover the extra “unforeseen” costs of owning a boat.
Discover what you should look for when buying a used boat.
Find out some important routine maintenance that you might not have thought of.
Discover an easy way to keep your boat looking good, even in winter.
Learn some important regulations that you must follow.
Learn how the age of a boat affects the requirements on it.
Learn how to properly secure your boat.
Discover why safety is so important!
Learn boating etiquette.
Plus much MUCH More!
eBook 1 –
Buying A Boat
Find The Perfect Boat For You!
Here’s What You’ll Discover Inside:
Is Buying a Boat for You? 5
Experience Boating First Hand
Get Your Priorities Straight
Consider a Boating Course
Types of Boats 10
Unpowered or human-powered boats
Sailing boats 11
What’s Your Boat For? 11
What Activities Can You Handle? 12
Where Will Your Boat Be Used? 12
Popular Boats to Choose From 13
Row Boats & Skiffs 13
Personal Water Crafts 14
Jet Boats 15
Cabin Cruisers & House Boats 16
Financial Planning 17
Docking and Storage 17
Insuring your Boat 18
Determining Your Prices 19
Know Who Your Insurer Is 20
Agreed Value vs. Actual Cash Value 20
Step By Step: 22
Purchasing Your Craft 25
Should I Buy New or Used? 25
Buying a Used Boat 26
Buying a New Boat 27
Alternative Options to Buying 28
Consider Co-Buying 28
Lease a Boat 29
Inspecting Your Boat Before Purchase 30
Calculate Your Annual Costs 32
Boating Safety & Maintenance 34
Basic Safety Guidelines 34
Maintenance and Upkeep 36
Bi-Annual Equipment Checklist 37
Cleaning Your Motorboat 41
Enjoy Your Boat 45
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Is Buying a Boat for You?
Riding around on the water in a boat has been a pastime (and often a trade or necessity) for humans for thousands of years. There’s nothing more rewarding than setting out on the open water, feeling the wind rush through your hair and enjoying the life aquatic. Before we delve into the actual process of buying a boat we have to make one very important decision: Is buying a boat the right choice for you? I know that seems silly; you bought this book because you want to buy a boat right? Do you? Really?
You have to be completely committed once you dive into the world of boat ownership. This book cost a few bucks but a boat is a substantial financial investment with ongoing costs. If buying this book for a few bucks helps you avoid thousands of dollars of debt then it was well worth it even if you ultimately decide not to buy a boat.
Probably the biggest concern for most people is the finances. In many ways a boat can be quite a bit more expensive than a similar large item like a luxury car. Then again it depends entirely on what type of boat you get. If you just want to fish out on the lake you might get a simplistic little aluminium row boat; aside from cleaning it and protecting it from rust there’s virtually no maintenance. Then again, you may want to sale the high seas on a yacht; you’ll have quite a bit of maintenance and storage related fees there.
Experience Boating First Hand
If you’ve never really done any boating then get your boat-owning friends – or friends of friends – to take you out on their boats. Boaters love to be on the water, and they love to talk about their boats. Offer to bring lunch and provide the beer; you should get plenty of invitations. Ask the owners why they decided to buy that particular boat, what they like and don’t like about it, and how they use their boat: Weekends? Daysail only? Racing? Cruising? A boat that is great for racing may not be very comfortable for a long weekend on the water.
No boating friends? Make some. Call local boating and yacht clubs, get the racing schedule, and then sign up to be a crew member. If the boating or yacht clubs offer social memberships, join and hang around with the “boaties”. Put a note on bulletin boards offering yourself as non-paid, inexperienced but willing-to-learn day crew. If you have any skills at all, even if it is just making great sandwiches, list them on your note. Visit marinas and don’t be shy. While sitting in a waterfront bar in Kemah, Texas, we saw a familiar boat come in – it was the same make as one we were thinking of buying. We tracked the boat to its slip, introduced ourselves to the owners and explained why we were there. They invited us on board, offered us a beer and told us everything about their Islander.
Don’t be picky. Take any rides your new friends offer to you – assuming that they are reasonably sane, sober-appearing people. This is especially important for new boaters. Racing is great fun – but after spending all day manhandling sails and being told to hike your ass out to weather, you might decide racing is too much work for you. Forty-plus foot sailboats are wonderful – but big sailboats require large lines and heavy-duty winches, and big gear is expensive. Gleaming teak looks beautiful – but it takes lots of time and/or money to keep it that way. I lusted after a wooden sailboat boat – but bought a low-maintenance fiberglass one.
eBook 2 –
Focus On Yachting
Your Guide to Buying, Renting and Sailing Yachts
Here’s What You’ll Discover Inside:
What is a Yacht? 3
How Are Yachts Made? 5
Classifications of Yachts 6
Day sailing yachts 6
Weekender yachts 6
Cruising yachts 7
Luxury sailing yachts 7
Racing yachts 8
Hull types 10
Motor yachts 10
Hull types 11
How to Buy a Yacht 12
Used or New? 13
Gasoline & Diesel Engines 14
“Vintage” Vessels 15
Ownership Costs & Maintenance 15
Purchase Agreements 16
To Review 18
How to Rent a Yacht 19
Popular Yachting Events 21
America’s Cup 21
How To Get A Free Yacht! 22
Yacht and Boat Safety Tips! 23
Private Yacht Safety 23
General Boating Safety Advice 24
1. Be Weather-Wise 24
2. Follow A Pre-Departure Checklist 25
3. Use Common Sense 26
4. Designate An Assistant Skipper 27
5. Develop A Float Plan 27
6. Make Proper Use Of Lifejackets 27
7. The Facts About Boating And Alcohol 27
9. Take A Boating Course 28
10. Children’s Safety 28
11. Carry A Marine Radio 29
12. Night Safety 30
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Yachts Aren’t for Everyone!
Owning a yacht is by no means a small financial venture. Yachts can range in price from a few thousand dollars to basically unlimited. It’s not rare to see them auctioning for more than a few million dollars. Even if you opt for a less expensive yacht you have to consider maintenance.
Every year you can expect to spend about 10% of the total price of your yacht in maintenance. A Yacht is a type of boat; as such it will be in the water for most of its life. Constant contact with the elements and with water takes its toll. This is amplified ten-fold if you have your yacht on sea water. Salt and other minerals wreak absolute havoc on the exterior of the yacht as well as the mechanical components inside.
Aside from initial cost and maintenance, you get to worry about licenses and permits to use your yacht depending on where you live. If you’re yacht is bound for sea, you’ll probably want to have a port to keep it at. Most of these places will have a monthly rate of around $15/ft. and usually have a minimum (such as 30 ft. minimum). For an average-sized yacht of 45ft you’re looking at $675 a month, just for your yacht to have a place to stay!
Before you decide if owning a yacht is really for you, make sure you consider the financial and logistical challenges that lay ahead. Owning a yacht is an extremely fun and rewarding experience that you’ll enjoy for years to come. All the same, if you’re not financially or mentally prepared to own and maintain a yacht, it could be a decision you end up regretting some time down the road. If you’re sure that you are fully prepared to enter the world of yacht ownership, or at least yacht enthusiasm, then let’s get started! We’ll start at the bare-bones basics and before you know it you’ll be a veritable expert on what a yacht is, how you can buy or rent one and where you should take it once you get it!
What is a Yacht?
A yacht is a recreational boat, often of a luxury variety. The term originated from the Dutch Jacht meaning “hunt.” It was originally defined as a light, fast sailing vessel used by the Dutch navy to pursue pirates and other transgressors around and into the shallow waters of the Low Countries. After its selection by Charles II of England as the vessel of choice to return to Britain from Holland for his restoration, it came to be used to convey important persons.
In modern use the term designates two rather different classes of watercraft, sailing and power boats. Yachts are different from working ships mainly by their leisure purpose, and it was not until the rise of the steamboat and other types of powerboat that sailing vessels in general came to be perceived as luxury, or recreational vessels. Later the term came to encompass motor boats for primarily private pleasure purposes as well.
Yacht lengths generally range from 20 feet up to hundreds of feet. A luxury craft that is smaller than 40 feet is more commonly called a cabin cruiser or simply a “cruiser.” A mega yacht generally refers to any yacht (sail or power) above 100 ft. and a super yacht generally refers to any yacht over 200 ft. This size is small in relation to typical cruise liners and oil tankers.
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