• Foodsafe epoxy sealer for potable water tank?

    I have an aluminum water tank on my boat that has a couple of pinhole leaks in it. I am trying to source of food safe epoxy sealer to seal the interior of the tank. I cannot remove the tank from the boat without major structural modifications therefore all repairs have to be done through and inspection port. If... show more
    I have an aluminum water tank on my boat that has a couple of pinhole leaks in it. I am trying to source of food safe epoxy sealer to seal the interior of the tank. I cannot remove the tank from the boat without major structural modifications therefore all repairs have to be done through and inspection port. If anyone knows of a product that can do this please advise
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can you put an inflatable boat in a shed?

    My husband and I have an inflatable boat and we want to put it in the shed but we don't know if it's safe to have it out there during the winter time. Is it safe to keep it in the shed in the cold weather? Please no rude comments or answers Thanks
    My husband and I have an inflatable boat and we want to put it in the shed but we don't know if it's safe to have it out there during the winter time. Is it safe to keep it in the shed in the cold weather? Please no rude comments or answers Thanks
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can my 03 V6 Ford Explorer 2WD pull my boat from a boat ramp?

    I have a 15ft fiberglass outboard motor boat with a small motor on it. My truck is rated for 5500lbs towing and I am pretty sure the trailer and boat weigh less than 2500lbs. Should I be able to pull it up the boat ramp without problems?
    I have a 15ft fiberglass outboard motor boat with a small motor on it. My truck is rated for 5500lbs towing and I am pretty sure the trailer and boat weigh less than 2500lbs. Should I be able to pull it up the boat ramp without problems?
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the "skipper" of a boat?

    Best answer: The person in charge and responsible for everything is the skipper. The skipper of a commercial vessel is also the the Captain. The skipper of a recreational boat, or even a small military utility boat who doesn’t have a captain’s license or rank would be the skipper but wouldn’t normally be called captain (... show more
    Best answer: The person in charge and responsible for everything is the skipper. The skipper of a commercial vessel is also the the Captain. The skipper of a recreational boat, or even a small military utility boat who doesn’t have a captain’s license or rank would be the skipper but wouldn’t normally be called captain ( although she/he has the same responsibilities as a captain).

    I skipper sailboats for fun, but I’m not a captain because I don’t have a license.

    “Skipper” is sometimes used informally in English as the boss. Baseball managers are sometimes addressed as Skipper or Skip. I think the head of a curling team is called the skip.

    There’s cute little black Belgian dog called a schipperke, which means “little skipper” in Flemish.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Sea Nymph rescue -- communication methods?

    Best answer: Semaphore
    Best answer: Semaphore
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Sailboat sunk and motor was damaged?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a sea Ray boat around $300,000 capable of world travel?

    Is a sea Ray boat around $300,000 capable of world travel?

    Also is most ocean police boats and other patrol sea vessels are within 100 miles of American coastlines . It seems to me once you get over 1000 thousand miles away from American coastal areas that you will bump into very few boat police patrol vehicles or even internation patrol police boat craft.
    Also is most ocean police boats and other patrol sea vessels are within 100 miles of American coastlines . It seems to me once you get over 1000 thousand miles away from American coastal areas that you will bump into very few boat police patrol vehicles or even internation patrol police boat craft.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is a keel boat?

    Best answer: The keel is basically a flat blade sticking down into the water from a sailboat's bottom. It has two functions: it prevents the boat from being blown sideways by the wind, and it holds the ballast that keeps the boat right-side up.
    Best answer: The keel is basically a flat blade sticking down into the water from a sailboat's bottom. It has two functions: it prevents the boat from being blown sideways by the wind, and it holds the ballast that keeps the boat right-side up.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What security measures do boat owners that dock their boats along Florida's coast take?

    Surely not all places that boats are docked are super secure. There may be a guard there but then again not always. After all boats that are 200k and more do get stolen all the time. Yes there are GPS but it can be disabled correct? Also GPS becomes less important if the thief decides to take the boat to Morocco.... show more
    Surely not all places that boats are docked are super secure. There may be a guard there but then again not always. After all boats that are 200k and more do get stolen all the time. Yes there are GPS but it can be disabled correct? Also GPS becomes less important if the thief decides to take the boat to Morocco. Who the hell is going to chase after it or search for it way over there? It seems to me American police or coast guard do not really care about a private boat owners expensive boat once it is half way across the world.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is john deer a moselem?

    Best answer: Yea thrice
    Best answer: Yea thrice
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is driving a boat like driving a bus?

    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Uk boat shipping jobs?

    I was watching a movie called captain Phillips and the guys that were on the boat were in it for months shipping goods to other continents. I was just wandering are there any jobs like that in real life ? If so what qualifications do you need? (Maybe as security or just taking care of the goods , not as a captian)
    I was watching a movie called captain Phillips and the guys that were on the boat were in it for months shipping goods to other continents. I was just wandering are there any jobs like that in real life ? If so what qualifications do you need? (Maybe as security or just taking care of the goods , not as a captian)
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What does the old saying rock the boat means?

    Best answer: the old saying is "don't rock the boat". don't do something that will cause problems, and get everyone all pissed off at you.
    Best answer: the old saying is "don't rock the boat". don't do something that will cause problems, and get everyone all pissed off at you.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago