Systems

Systems
Boat systems are inherently different than that of similar counterpart systems. Heads are certainly not bathrooms, nor are galleys quite the same as kitchens. Southern Boating has articles and resources to keep your heads, galleys and other boat systems in ship-shape.
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Storm Anchoring Plan

Storm Anchoring Plan: Preparation is Key Images of vessels lost during the recent Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are still fresh in the minds of many. These...
The Seakeeper 2 is one of the first stabilizers to reach down to the 20-foot boat market

Stabilizers for Any Size

Whether your boat is small or yacht-sized, adding stabilizers may make seasickness a thing of the past. Waves make boats rock and roll, even in relatively...
the new seakeeper 3

Stability at Sea Goes Small

The new Seakeeper 3 gyro system offers stability previously only available to boats 40 feet and up. It still surprises me how many people suffer...
Bow Thruster

Bow Thruster Advantages

Adding a unit is easy, and provides confidence and safety when docking in challenging conditions. Single-screw boats can be difficult to dock without aid in...

Know Your Exhaust System

Marine exhaust systems for inboard engines can be divided into two basic types—dry and wet exhausts. Dry exhaust systems have been around the longest...

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