For any yacht owner, there’s no worse sound than the unfamiliar rumblings coming from your engine as you try to start the vessel. You may not be able to immediately recognize what these noises mean or why they’re being emitted, but you do know that they’re a sign that you’re... View Article
There are a great many boaters in the Fort Lauderdale area that are only seasonal sailors: these people dock their yachts for half of the year or during a specific season, only to put it back into storage or dry dock it a few months later. This practice isn’t necessarily... View Article
When winter reigns in and the temperatures start to drop in the northern hemisphere, people naturally start to move to warmer locations. Those who live year round in the northern part of the United States tend to take vacations or visit friends in warmer climates, while likewise, people who live... View Article
Boat dealers in Fort Lauderdale are among the savviest entrepreneurs in the business: always looking for ways to save money, cut costs and beat deadlines. In many cases this could be a good business model, but when it comes to an investment as pricey as a yacht, cutting corners isn’t... View Article
During hurricane season, the best way to stay safe is to be prepared. Especially in Fort Lauderdale, where you are so close to the water, hurricanes are especially dangerous and can be damaging to your property.