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How to Measure a Boat Steering Cable

How to Measure a Boat Steering Cable

Most of us that own boats, generally pay little attention to the boat’s steering system, if it does the job without excess friction or play, then it’s okay, but as our boats age, the steering system wear and may need replacing. When replacing a new steering system for...

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Severe Weather preparation for boat and crew

Severe Weather preparation for boat and crew

We are coming into the turbulent weather time of the year and we would like to take this opportunity to remindyou of some of the things you can do to help you prepare your boat for conditions ahead.Trailerable Boats High winds will damage covers and clears – best to...

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Matching your boat to your trailer

Matching your boat to your trailer

Trailers may be the most neglected item of boat related equipment, despite the fact, that they open vast horizons of boating adventure, allowing us to explore locations far remote from our normal local waterways. When choosing a suitable trailer, the weight of your...

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Designing the perfect boat

Designing the perfect boat

The smallest Vindicator Half Cabin Boat has been redesigned to accommodate our client’s requests for sliding glass windows. The safety glass windows complement our bonded windscreen making both very strong. Moving away from clears was a good decision, preventing on...

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How to choose the perfect boat

How to choose the perfect boat

How to choose the perfect Boat Buying a boat is a very big purchase decision, whether it is a small or large vessel. For many people it is the fulfillment of a dream and a lifestyle that the whole family can enjoy. Watson’s Marine have a full understanding of that...

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The Perfect Boat

The Perfect Boat

In a perfect world, if we could all afford multiple boats—maybe one for fishing offshore with the guys & family on Saturday and another for sandbar hopping with the family on Sunday. In the real world, though, many of us invest in one boat that we hope can do it...

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Boating Safety & Equipment

Boating Safety & Equipment

Boating Safety is an important issue. Before taking your family & friends out on the water. Always make sure you have up to date required safety equipment. Life Jackets – A large percent of fatal boating accident victims drowned were not wearing a life jacket,...

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Boat, Motor & Trailer Package

Boat, Motor & Trailer Package

Looking for the perfect way to spend your tax return We have a great new boat package deal for you. $13,245.00 with everything you need to get on the water. Sea Jay  Package| 4.08 Magnum 2 | Redco Trailer on 13" Wheels, Tie Down Strap, Motor Support Bracket | 25hp...

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Fish & Boat Magazine Review

Fish & Boat Magazine Review

Vindicator 720 Half Cabin – Reviewed When the editor of Fish & Boat Magazine called and asked me to review a 720 Vindicator plate alloy boat, I knew straight away that I was in for a treat. I met Frank Watson of Watsons Marine Centre located in Gympie at the Tin...

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Maintain your trailer

Maintain your trailer

There are a few important points we would like to dicuss in regards to choosing and maintaining a trailer.We will cover the following sections: Manual Override Brakes for trailers with weight between 750kg to 2000kg ATM Different size wheels for your trailer...

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Boat Maintenance

Boat Maintenance

Owning a boat is a lot of fun, but as with any relationship in your life, it requires a little work. Whether you've purchased a new or used boat, you want to keep it in tip-top condition for as long as possible. To avoid ending up with a rust bucket, you'll need some...

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Why you should service your boat regularly

Why you should service your boat regularly

Just like your car, you should take your boat to get serviced regularly. Getting a frequent service is key to making sure your boat looks good, keeps its value and is safe to take on the water. Here's why you should make regular inspections part of your boat...

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