We want to bring you some information so you can have an idea of what to expect on the day that you pick up your boat. At Custom Marine, it is our goal provide you with as much knowledge as possible about your new boat, motor, and trailer. This way, when you finally get to use your new boat, you will be ready to go.  

Many of our customers have plenty of experience using boats, and this may be redundant for you. For a lot of you, however, this may be your first time buying a boat. So, we feel it is important for you to know what to expect.

 We also want to make sure you know that there are other resources available to you. There are classes you can take on boat safety and boating. The U.S Coast Guard Auxiliary even provides classes for new boaters. In some jurisdictions, this class is required, specifically for people younger than 16 years old. 

We are going to break this discussion down into several different parts because there’s really a lot of information to cover.  In this series, we will cover: 

These are things that, as a boat owner, you will need to know. In addition to maintaining your boat, you will have liability for when you hit the road with your boat, motor, and trailer.

We are now going to discuss the hull of your boat. Click the button below to learn more. 

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