The Friday Five!

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Dec 5, 2019, 9:58:34 PM12/5/19
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Start your weekend with these five items that caught our eye this week:  

Essential boat buyer’s guide: Sealing the deal on a new boat

Once you’ve found a boat with enough potential to make an offer for it, a whole lot more questions open up. How much to offer? Is there a set formula I can apply? What about the legal process: is there proof of unencumbered ownership? Will any deposit be safely held? What about surveys? READ MORE

Northwest Yachting’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday shopping can be tricky, and it can even be harder to shop for boaters. On one hand, a boater always needs something for an upcoming project or trip, but necessities like tubes of epoxy or jerry jugs of fuel don’t always make the most meaningful gifts. On the other hand, there are plenty of nautical luxuries that would make great gifts, but these can cost an arm and a leg. READ MORE

A Catching Cornucopia

Don’t winterize that boat just yet. Or at all, for that matter. Even though November isn’t the busiest time for saltwater fishing, there are opportunities to put a catch on the table. Plus, good blackmouth fishing is right around the corner. READ MORE

Protect Your Memories Offline – Image Back-up with The PhotoStick

If you store your photos and videos on your computer or ‘the cloud’ then you know the risks that come with it: computer crashes, viruses, and power surges that could wipe out 1,000’s of your digital memories in seconds. The Photostick is a clever new device designed to protect your photo and video memories and is super easy to use. READ MORE

Power Boat Education For Women

To complement my feature about my all-women’s motoryacht education experience, Lady Ship Lessons, I decided to do some additional research to see what other all-women boating education opportunities exist in the Puget Sound area. NW Explorations did a great job with my experience, but they aren’t the only show in town! There are a few opportunities to learn on the water with an all-female crew throughout the Salish Sea for those seeking that experience. READ MORE
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