This is our new blog folks

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Good Day Fellow Boaters;

We’ed like to welcome you to our new blog for Romeo’s Marine

As summer is fast approaching the boating season is soon upon us.

Here we want to discuss how to help get through a trouble free boating season.

The best way to have a trouble free boating season is through preventative maintenance. Make sure that you bring your boat to a shop to have it checked out and get all the winter bugs out of it. Or you can do it your self if you prefer we have a little page on our site that can help you get your boat ready for the summer season. You can check it out at http://www.romeosmarine.com/SPRINGCOMMISSIONING.html on this page there great tips on how to prepare you boat for the water.

Please leave us a comment we would love to hear from you. Tell us whats on your mind.

Thank you for your support and hope to see you on the water this summer.

Michel Leger

http://www.romeosmarine.com

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2 Responses to “This is our new blog folks”

  1. Michel says:

    Tip;
    When leaving for a trip always make sure that you have spare parts on board to get you going quickly.
    Have a great season.

  2. Michel says:

    G’Day folks …
    Hope you are having a good day. If your a sailor when getting your boat ready for the water one thing a lot of people forget to do is inspect the shrouds and spreaders. The suggestion from boat manufactures is that the shrouds Parts of a Sailboat. should be replaced every 20yrs or so, because of fatigue. You don’t want to be out there and a shroud decides to let go, most of the time it is not a pretty sight.

    For power boaters … you should inspect your steering system before you go out, there is nothing more frustrating then getting to your favorite launch site putting the boat in the water and finding out the you can’t steer the boat because of a stuck steering system.

    Thank you for dropping by, we will give you more tips on how to have a safe and trouble free boating experience.

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