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Sirius Signal SOS

Sirius Signal SOS

July 15, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

When is the last time you thought about the flares on your boat? Well now there is abetter alternative to them. The Sirius Signal SOS non-toxic electronic visual distress signal is the modern day alternative. Sirius Signal’s battery-operated SOS Distress Light is safe for users and safe for the environment. The device uses an LED […]

Unscrambler

Unscrambler

July 13, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

      Answer key: 1. SURINES is SUNRISE 2. NUELASSSGS is SUNGLASSES 3. SESRUCNEN is SUNSCREEN 4. NEDUSA is SUNDAE 5. RFSWNOEUL is SUNFLOWER 6. HNULISTG is SUNLIGHT 7. UNRSUNB is SUNBURN 8. SNUKNE is SUNKEN 9. ETUNSS is SUNSET

Fun Sun Facts

Fun Sun Facts

July 13, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. We see the sun (almost) every day, and enjoy its warmth in the summer. But we bet there are some things about the sun you didn’t know — until now. What is the sun? The sun is a star. It’s the closest star to earth. Why does the sun glow? The sun is made […]

Easy Maintenance

Easy Maintenance

July 13, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

I recently upgraded some of the electronics on the boat and started to notice voltage issues when all the equipment was turned on. Looking at the bird’s nest of wiring that I’ve been creating as I’ve added additional equipment over the past two decades, I thought the best thing to do was to remove all […]

Storm Planning and Procedures

Storm Planning and Procedures

July 9, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

  No matter the prediction for this hurricane season, all it takes is one powerful storm to destroy property and jeopardize lives. Start preparing while the sun is shining — follow our checklist and protect your valued vessel (and/or your investment). You’ll be prepared with time to spare, because once a storm looms, you want […]

Miami Waterkeeper

Miami Waterkeeper

July 8, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. The turquoise water of Biscayne Bay stretches 35 miles up the coastline of South Florida. Residents and visitors use the scenic body of water for diving, fishing, snorkeling, swimming, and, of course, boating. Biscayne Bay is “the jewel of our city, and it helps drive the economy,” says Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director Rachel Silverstein. […]

Nautical Scout

Nautical Scout

June 23, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Nautical Scout’s goal is to create products that make transporting, storing and serving food onboard the boat more convenient and enjoyable. The company offers a new line of unique, patented collapsable products that include stove top & multi-oven cookware and galley accessories. They offer a 7 liter collapsible bucket that is purpose built for the […]

Infinity Fabrics

Infinity Fabrics

June 16, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

If you are thinking about redecorating the interior or the exterior of your boat, Infinity Fabrics Luxury Woven Vinyl® provides unique benefits. These 100% Recyclable & Certifiably Green® products are both phthalate and lead free. Their products are anti-microbial, promoting no bacterial growth. Mold & mildew resistant their products also offer a moisture barrier and […]

Routes to Oleta River State Park

May 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Welcome to Boating Times Miami’s NAVTOOL. Click on the title above to access the routes. Then scroll down and click on the harbor below where you keep your boat to view a waypoint by waypoint route to this destination. You can zoom in for greater detail and download the route to your GPS by clicking […]

NAVTOOL Terms Miami to Oleta River State Park

May 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

To View and Download Routes  click on the Navtool link at the bottom of this page. Please review the NAVTOOL MARINE ROUTE MAPPING SOFTWARE terms to continue: WARNING Do not enter or utilize the marine route-mapping data while craft is in motion. NAVTOOL MARINE ROUTE- MAPPING CHARTS AND DIRECTIONS are for use by experienced maritime […]

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