It’s hard to overstate the importance of running the right propeller on your boat – whether you’re a top-notch professional angler or weekend recreation warrior. Your propeller is where it all comes together. Where technology meets the water. Where power becomes performance.
On our other websites we often write about which features are “best” when considering a specific type of boat. One thing that we don’t often spell out are the ins and outs on the many boat types we build and their purposes. So as a follow up to our previous post, “The Best Boat for Your Needs: Part 1″ we’re now shedding some light on the often confusing topic of boat types and which is best for you.
As a buyer, you’ve probably already started to associate the idea of purchasing a boat with the many benefits of ownership. Meaning, you envision yourself with more quality time enjoying family and friends. You’re imagining bright sunny days, bigger fish, you know, the full dream. The important part, the idea of your future experiences is the first true step towards ownership and the boating lifestyle. All that aside, there’s an inherit problem, not all marine dealerships are created equally bringing forth an all important question, “What Makes a Good Boat Dealer?”
Time, Health, and Money…According to the white coat scientist and hipster marketing types, those are supposedly the only driving appeals that motivate we humans to come off our hard earned cash. Meaning every boat, candy bar, song download, or fishing lure ever bought is somehow related to one of those factors. So assuming the big brains and fancy reports have it right, let’s look at why science says you’ll buy a boat.
In order to purchase the best boat for your needs, it’s important to be honest with yourself about your interests, your budget, and your level of boating experience. If you are a complete novice, don’t fret, there are considerable resources available to help clear the mystery of boat features, types, and their uses listed below. If you’re an old timer, the ideal boat might still be elusive. So regardless if this is your first boat or your tenth, take a moment and review the questions below as they will ultimately help you zero-in on the best boat for your needs.