News & Events

Fuel Economics 101 August 9, 2022

Everyone wants to save gas and operate their boats at the most efficient level. That is especially true when gas is running around $5 a gallon. We’ve all heard [...] READ MORE

Should I Get a Survey for My Boat? July 14, 2022

When you purchase a new or previously owned boat, this process is called a boat survey. A licensed, trained marine surveyor will go over the boat, inspecting its mechanical [...] READ MORE

Semper Paratus: Boat Kits for Safety July 12, 2022

Part of being always prepared is to plan for the worst that can happen whenever you are out boating, and have resources on hand to deal with those situations. [...] READ MORE

Sneak Preview – Meet the New Wellcraft 355 June 30, 2022

Wellcraft is making a statement with the upcoming launch of its new 355 (set to officially debut at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in October 2022). READ MORE

Call of Duty: Signaling Your Distress June 9, 2022

Most pleasure boats, no matter the size, can be customized by adding a VHF radio onboard. These radios are not designed to play the latest hit songs, but to [...] READ MORE

Jeff C. May 5, 2022

I would like to personally recognize Melissa Higgins for her excellent customer service. I had a Hobie Mirage drive that was making an awful squeaking noise. I originally went [...] READ MORE

Summer Boating Classes March 17, 2022

Free boating classes at Fay's Boat Yard this Summer 2022. Sign up today for boating classes at the yard! READ MORE

KAYAK FISHING – Tips and Tricks March 9, 2022

If you’re an avid fisherperson, you’ve probably wondered if this is the year to try out a kayak in your favorite fishing grounds.  The technology of kayaks has improved [...] READ MORE

Playing Nice With Others on the Water February 25, 2022

This is the time of year, here in the Great Cold North, where boaters are thinking more about their March Madness brackets, whether the idiots in charge of baseball [...] READ MORE

Anchors Aweigh! January 26, 2022

Anchoring a boat, whether for a few hours or overnight*, is as much art as science. There’s a knack to doing it right, and every captain has to try [...] READ MORE

Organizing your Tackle Box October 27, 2021

Taking a minute or two to think about organizing your tackle box can help you be ready and be able to make quick changes to land the big one. READ MORE

Driving Miss Pontoon October 15, 2021

Operating a pontoon boat isn’t much different than operating a monohull. The nautical rules of the road are the same, as are the requirements for passengers. But these squarish shaped [...] READ MORE