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Posted by on Sep 28, 2017 in Boat Safety Tips, Motors, News, Parts & Accessories, Trailers, Uncategorized, Upholstery | 0 comments

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Personal Safe Boating Equipment Includes:

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Blog, Boat Safety Tips | 0 comments

BoatSmart Canada article:   Personal Safety Equipment It is important for all boat operators to be safe and make sure their passengers are safe on the water. Boaters are required to carry personal safety equipment on their boats at all times. The required personal safety equipment depends on the size and type of boat. Operators should inform all passengers of where the safety equipment is located on board and how to use it.  Be safe at all times!!! Personal Safe Boating Equipment Includes: Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) & Lifejackets: PFDs and Lifejackets must be approved by Transport Canada. There are a variety of styles and types of PFDs and Lifejackets, learn more about PFDs and Lifejackets.   Buoyant Heaving Line: A buoyant Heaving Line is equipped with a buoy or float at one end. The buoyant heaving line is designed to throw to a person who has fallen overboard or is in the water and needs help.   Emergency Kit: An emergency kit should be stored in a watertight container and in an easily accessible location. The emergency kit should include: emergency rations, drinking water, a first aid kit, waterproof matches, a waterproof flashlight, a knife, a whistle and dry clothing.   Required Boat Safety Equipment Part of being prepared for a safe boating trip is to make sure that you have all the required boat safety equipment on board. All boats are required by law to carry specific boat safety equipment at all times. The required boat safety equipment depends on the size and type of boat.   Boat Safety Equipment Includes: Bailing Device: A bailing device is used to remove water from the inside of a boat. A bailing device could be a manual or electric bilge pump, a bucket, or a homemade scoop.   Anchor: An anchor can be used to secure your boat in case of a breakdown or anchorage due to poor weather. Anchors are available in various types and styles; boaters should refer to their boat manufacture’s recommendations for style and weight.   Manual Propelling Device: Manual propelling devices, such as oars or paddles can be used to maneuver your boat in case of an engine failure and boating breakdown. Axe: An axe can be used as an effective fire-fighting tool on large boats. An axe can be used to chop a wall that is concealing open flames, an axe can also be used to cut a tow line in case of an emergency.   Life Ring: A life ring, also known as a life buoy, is a circular shaped device that can be used to rescue a person who has fallen overboard. A life ring must be attached to a line of at least 15 meters in length.   Fire Extinguisher: A fire extinguisher is a tool to control small fires in emergency situations.   Re-boarding Device: A reboarding device, such as a ladder is designed to aid and assist a person back into the boat or back on...

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ELITE SERIES SpitFire® X7

Posted by on Oct 12, 2016 in Blog, Motors, News | 0 comments

Superior acceleration and top speed for the growing 75-115 hp outboard class The new SpitFire X7 will propel your 75-115hp outboard-powered boat to higher levels of acceleration, speed and handling. Available pitches 15, 17, 19, 21 Rotation RH Performance vent system (PVS) Yes Boat types Bass, Inflatable – Rigid Hull (RIB), Inflatable – Soft Hull, Inshore Fishing, Offshore fishing, Pontoon Number of blades 4 Material X7 Alloy Fits Outboards 40hp – 60hp (Command Thrust gearcase), Outboards 75hp – 115hp (standard gearcase) Video help...

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Gas to Oil Pre- Mix Ratio

Posted by on Oct 7, 2016 in Blog, News | 0 comments

Gas to Oil Pre- Mix Ratio

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Steps to Winterize Your Outboard Engine

Posted by on Sep 24, 2016 in Blog, News | 0 comments

Steps to Winterize Your Outboard Engine

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Customer enjoying the summer

Posted by on Jul 18, 2015 in Testimonials | 0 comments

Hi Guys   Just wanted to say how much I am enjoying the boat. Probably one of the best decisions I have made. I looked around for a long time and you had the best boat for the right price. I’ll put my boat up against any‎ in the harbour.   Thanks very much for your friendly service and making sure the boat was ready for me. It runs like a charm. I would commend your company to anyone looking for a pontoon boat.   Thanks again Leo...

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Pontoon Cover Testimonial

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015 in News, Testimonials | 0 comments

Just to let you know I received the cover and poles last Thursday. The cover was put on  Friday just before a whole night of rain….Good Timing The cover is great, I just have to do some adjusting at the back to make it square all the way around the boat, the elastic is a real bonus!!!!!!!!! PS It just fits with the downriggers, in the winter it will fit better because I will be taking the d/riggers off. Thanks again for all your help , Cheers, Rex

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Pontoon Cover

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Testimonials | 0 comments

June 4/2015 – “I got the cover and it fits like a glove. Thanks, Patrick”. Ontario  

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Parts Look-up

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Evinrude Johnson Parts   Mercury Parts NGK Spark Plugs   Spark Plug Cross Reference...

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Safe Boating Guide

Posted by on Jul 10, 2014 in Boat Safety Tips | 0 comments

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