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How Waterway View Could Become the Google Maps for Boaters



January 4, 2019 - Remember back in the dark ages (circa 2000) when you had to actually print out directions? Thinking even further back (gasp), you may even remember a time when people would have to buy maps and plan out their trip beforehand. The invention of the smartphone has changed quite a lot, but one of the most... Read More

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New Year’s Resolutions and Boating Tips for 2019



December 21, 2018 - With New Year’s resolution season in full swing, you may be planning to put in work at the gym, start healthier eating habits or commit to reading more books. Though all of those resolutions are great, boaters might want to put a little thought into making 2019 a better year on the water as well.... Read More

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Manatee Safety: Boating Tips to Protect Florida’s Sea Cows



December 14, 2018 - There are a few rare creatures that are so wonderfully strange that they almost defy logic. Australia has the duck-billed platypus and Florida has the majestic sea cow. Though they may not be much to look at (no offense), manatees are nonetheless a highly protected, wholly unique resident of many of the Sunshine State’s waterways.... Read More

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Safety Tips for Boating with Dogs

November 21, 2018 -   Whether you call them your four-legged friends, fur babies, or Fido, dogs are seen as extensions of family. As such, many boaters would love to bring their dog with them when they go boating, but are afraid of the dangers in doing so. Luckily, there are a few easily incorporated safety tips for boating... Read More

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Easy Steps to Eco-Friendly Boating



November 9, 2018 -   Boating is often linked to an appreciation for the great outdoors. Many boaters and anglers happen to also be avid outdoorsmen and women who understand just how important our environment is to protecting our pastime. Though it’s morally right to protect the plants and animals we share the waterways with, it also helps ensure... Read More

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