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  • Yes, you absolutely can jump start a jet ski. Use another healthy battery, another jet ski, your vehicle, or a jump starter. Each method has its own highly important cautions for your safety as well as your jet ski's.

    3 Ways to Jump Start a Jet Ski

    3 Ways to Jump Start a Jet Ski

    by Joanna1

  • Now that you've finally achieved your dream of owning a boat, the next crucial step before exploring the ultimate freedom of the seas is to give it a name. Here is a list of over 400 cool and classy names for your spanking new vessel.

    400+ Cool and Unique Boat Name Ideas

    400+ Cool and Unique Boat Name Ideas

    by Don38

  • Do you need to replace that old wear ring on your jet ski? Steps, photo's and instructions on the process of replacing the wear ring.

    Replace the Wear Ring on a Jet Ski

    Replace the Wear Ring on a Jet Ski

    by Joanna4

  • If you're ready to quit your job and buy a sailboat, find out how these four sailing entrepreneurs are making it work through crowdfunding.

    Crowdfunding a Sailing Adventure

    Crowdfunding a Sailing Adventure

    by Mary Wickison12

  • Endless lakes, rivers, dams, and ponds make Michigan a kayaker's paradise. This article features kayaks for sportsmen, adventurers, and lovers of leisure.

    Kayaking in Michigan

    Kayaking in Michigan

    by Leland Johnson8

  • Where to go and what you should see while having an adventure of a lifetime in Crete!

    Sea Kayaking in Crete

    Sea Kayaking in Crete

    by Tamara Abrosimova0

  • For a great adventure and something a little different on your next trip to the west coast of Florida check out Paddling Adventures for a kayak or canoe trip down the Weeki Wachee River.

    Kayaking the Weeki Wachee River

    Kayaking the Weeki Wachee River

    by Bill De Giulio40

  • Kayaking alone might require a little more effort than going with a group, but it can be quite fun and rewarding. Learn how to kayak solo safely and smartly.

    Kayaking Solo

    Kayaking Solo

    by David Halk4

  • One of the things I fear is having my canoe sink or scuttle if I ever capsize. So, as an extra measure of caution I decided to add floatation chambers to the bow and stern. *corrected calculations

    Canoe Flotation Chambers

    Canoe Flotation Chambers

    by jimmar6

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