Boat Delivery Process: Owner Responsibilities

Once you’ve taken ownership of your new boat, there are some things that every boat owner should be aware of. Once you have possession of your new vessel, you are always legally responsible for your load whenever you are hauling your boat on the road. One way you can...

Boat Delivery Process: Trailer

A large part of using your new boat revolves around the trailer. Some have large distances to travel to use their boat. Some even vacation with their boats and travel eight or more hours. So it is important that the system is in good working order.  Here are a few...

Boat Delivery Process: Engine Break-In

Brand new motors have a pretty specific break-in period and procedure that needs to be observed. You should have received a paper copy of your owner’s manual for your new Yamaha motor. If you cannot locate your manual, you can refer here for Yamaha’s procedures and...

Boat Delivery Process: Electronics + Helm

Electronics + Helm  The helm is on the top side of the deck of your boat, and it is the console where you spend most of your time while you are driving. Included in the helm are the instruments for your boat. Here you will find the dials and switches used to control...

Boat Delivery Process: Engine

An important component of your package is your propulsion, commonly called your engine. At Custom Marine primarily carry outboard engines, specifically, Yamaha brand outboards.  As we all know, prior to cranking a motor, you need power. Most of your saltwater style...

Boat Delivery Process: Hull

At Custom Marine, we carry primarily saltwater, in shore, and offshore boats. One of the major design features in a saltwater boat is that they are self bailing. This means that the boat is designed to remove water from the deck and cockpit area without the use of a...

The Boat Delivery Process

Introduction 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...

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