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An October Ghost Story: Mary Celeste

October is the month for ghosts and goblins - and sometimes the real story is as scary as could be.... In 1872, Captain Benjamin Briggs (a native of Marion, MA)—along with his wife, two-year-old daughter, and crew of seven—set sail across the Atlantic on the brigantine merchant ship Mary Celeste... Continue reading
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THE KINGMAN COMMUNITY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!  PLEASE HELP US TO HELP OUR LOCAL COAST GUARD SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN!

“As a lifelong boater, I can’t think of anything more frightening than being far away from shore in a disabled boat.  I hope you’re never faced with an emergency on the water, but if you are I can guarantee you’ll never forget the relief you feel the moment you see... Continue reading
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Got Leaks?

Tracking down an exterior fresh water leak aboard a boat might be the most frustrating service issue a boater can face.  That nagging drip whenever the rain blows hard onto the forward port quarter ... or the puddle on the galley counter that's there every time you leave the boat... Continue reading
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Getting Your Boat Ready for Spring: Replacing Your Battery

If it's time for a new battery for your boat, the main decision you'll have to make is:  wet cell or AGM? The most common - and least expensive choice - is a wet, or flooded cell battery.  They provide lots of cranking amperage, making them excellent choices as starting batteries. Wet cell batteries... Continue reading