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A Boating Enthusiast's Guide to Surviving the Winter

Last updated 4 years ago

If you’re like most boat owners, winter can feel like the longest season. The days and months can drag on as you wait to get your boat back on the water.  On the bright side, this can be a great time to prepare for the upcoming boat season. While your boat is stowed away, read our guide below to get through the long, cold months ahead.

Fixing Up Your Boat
Winter is an ideal time to replace parts or perform maintenance on your boat that you haven’t had a chance to do until now. Whether your boat has a number of nicks and engine problems, or if you simply want peace of mind that it remains in a good condition, now is the time to schedule a complete check-up. Call a trusted Maine boat maintenance service to schedule a full winterization and inspection of your boat.

Saving For a New Boat
If you’re thinking of buying a new boat, winter is the time to explore your options and save up for your investment. Talk to a new and used boat sales specialist about the latest models. With the right knowledge and adequate money saved, you’ll be able to hit the waves in style as soon as the ice melts.

Planning Your Next Trip
Have you been considering a trip down the coast, but haven’t had the time to draw up a proper itinerary? There is no better time than winter to make arrangements for your next boat trip. Arrange plans with friends, make reservations, and plot your navigation route while you wait for the weather to warm up. For fisherman, winter is ideal for researching new fishing spots and techniques.

At Moose Landing Marina, we understand that winter can be an agonizing time for the boat enthusiast. That’s why we offer boat storage and maintenance all season long. To learn more about how we can help you, call us at (207) 693-6264.

 

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