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    Scheduling Boat Covers

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    No one wants to spend hours cleaning and prepping a boat to be able to go fishing. Ideally we would like to be able to throw the gear in the boat and take off. This can be accomplished if we had the forethought to purchase and use a boat cover to prevent the dirt, debris and even insect & animal nests from becoming a part of our boat's interior over the winter months. Any type of maintenance takes away from the fun we want to have on our boat. So what types of covers are there for the boat? When considering what cover to purchase, you should take into account the size of the boat, the material used to make the cover and the fittings that are used to attach the cover. Now if you want the very best for your boat and the cost is of no concern to you, you should definitely purchase the cover that was made by the boat's manufacturer. This custom made cover was designed for every aspect of your boat's dimensions. It is made specifically for the model and make of the boat. This of course means that it will provide the best possible fitting, but you might have to wait for this specially designed cover to be made at the factory by the manufacturer.…

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    Putting A Boat In Water

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    Putting a boat in the water has many steps to overtake when wanting to do properly. You have to have the right equipment and not following these easy steps there will be some accidental accidents. Knowing the proper way to put a boat in the water is critical when you are a lake rat or a first timer. The first thing you need to do is get the equipment necessary to put a boat in properly. The first thing needed is a vehicle that can pull whatever type of vessel you use to do your lake rat…

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    As the weather is warming up, boat owners are getting ready to head out on the water. Before taking your boat out this year, you should consider purchasing a boat insurance policy. Boat insurance covers damage to your boat whether it is in or out of the water, liability coverage in case you injure someone while boating, and medical payments in case someone on your boat is injured. The insurance experts at Parsons Insurance, located in Amelia, OH, explain why insurance should be a necessity for…

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    Boats have been on earth for very long time, helping people get from point A to point B and transporting goods. The first boat found was a dugout canoe found around 7500-8000 years BC. Some of the oldest civilizations such as the Egyptians and the Mesopotamians often used boats around 3000 BC. Boats have evolved dramatically since when they were first built, and their purposes have changed to (Gascoigne 2001). Pre- Industrial Revolution there was a time lag with nearly everything imported.…

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    About Brownell Boat Yard We have been a family owned business since the early 1970s and are proud to be three generations strong. Boating is in our blood. We enjoy the activity of all things boats. The Brownell family has been on the water as sailors, divers, repair crews, salvage recovery, suppliers and expert craftsmen. We have dedicated our professional lives to making sure that others have an outstanding experience enjoying the water and the numerous styles and types of craft that sit…

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    Epic Boat Trip Essay

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    Epic Boat trips: The Loop So you decided to take a long boat trip. Preparing for your long journey ahead can be one of the most exciting and/or terrifying parts of the trip. Everything from needing to know where you can fuel up, to how much food and water you need to have on board to be prepared for anything, is hard to plan for. Luckily for you, I’m here to help with some advice and provide other resources for you to check out to be fully prepared for your boat trip. The Loop: The Loop…

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    When I was in tenth grade, in my marine sciences class we had a group project, in which we had to build three boats. It was the first project of the year, and it was a big part all of our grades. The boats could only be twelve centimeters by twelve centimeters at the most and could only be comprised of the materials provided in the class, tinfoil, two popsicle sticks, straws, tape, paper, etc. Each boat had to serve a different purpose, sail straight, hold thirty dice, or survive waves, and the…

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    The Open Boat Symbolism

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    The Open Boat by Stephen Crane is told from a third-person perspective. The only mind through out the book the narrator has insight to is the correspondent. The narrator suggests all four men are thinking and feeling the same things. Throughout the book the oiler is the only character given a name. The oiler (Billy) has not eaten or slept in days like the others, right before the ship sank he worked double-watch in the engine-room, still he continues rowing. Any time the correspondent tries to…

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    The Open Boat Nihilism

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    “The Open Boat” Research Paper In the short story “The Open Boat”, Stephen Crane depicts the tale of four crewmen, hours after a disaster that destroyed their ship and left them sailing in treacherous waters aboard a life boat, trying to make it back to shore alive. The characters in the story share the same drive for survival and work beyond exhaustion to achieve their seemingly impossible goal to sail the boat onto a Cuban beach while being assaulted by the forces of nature. The Correspondent,…

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    The Open Boat Sparknotes

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    The story “The Open Boat” tells of men on a small boat in the middle of the ocean. Has you keep reading the story details of it come to spring up throughout it. A shipwreck had occurred moreover, there were only four survivors. One of the survivors names is Billie he was much built and a muscular man; he rowed one of the oars of the boat. The other three survivors were the cook, an unknown person, and the captain of the ship that wrecked. As the tiny boat drifted through the ocean it was…

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