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How To Raft Your Tender

How To Raft Your Tender

Stopping your tender from bashing the side of your boat all night keeping you awake is actually something that can easily be resolved with some cleverly placed and adjusted lines. After forging a career spanning three decades working in the luxury end of recreational boating, Brendon Grieve ...
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Anchoring - The Very Basics

Anchoring - The Very Basics

This video is about the very basic Principles of Anchoring and targeted at the recreational boater. After forging a career spanning three decades working in the luxury end of recreational boating, Brendon Grieve decided to put his experience into his own business hence, Motoryachts Unlimited ...
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Top Tips For Safely Towing A Dinghy

Top Tips For Safely Towing A Dinghy

Discover the secrets to towing your tender without it fishtailing along behind you or sliding precariously along sideways down your V-wash. After forging a career spanning three decades working in the luxury end of recreational boating, Brendon Grieve decided to put his experience into his ...
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Buying A Boat: Choosing The Right Boat

Buying A Boat: Choosing The Right Boat

Fishing, water sports, cruising, sailing or entertaining. Whatever your inclination, Boats Online are sure to have a boat to suit you. However it isn't always easy to know exactly what boat to choose. It's easy to be overwhelmed by the enormous variety of boat types, models, sizes and more. ...
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What Is A Nautical Mile? What Is A Knot?

What Is A Nautical Mile? What Is A Knot?

A nautical mile is a unit used in measuring distances at sea, air and space travel.  A nautical mile is 1,852 meters, or 1.852 kilometres. In the English measurement system, a nautical mile is 1.1508 miles, or 6,076 feet. A nautical mile is based on the circumference of ...
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Boating Safety: Check The Weather Forecast

Boating Safety: Check The Weather Forecast

Checking the weather forecast before heading out on your boat is essential to the safety of your crew and yourself. Are warnings current for your boating area?Marine warnings announce potential dangers that can affect your boating activities.   Are there weather conditions affecting ...
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