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Posted by   Eliot
10/31/2016

Read our BoatsToGo.com blog to find out more about products we sell, tips and tricks related to inflatable boats, inflatable kayaks, inflatable rafts, inflatable paddle boards and other popular outdoor and sports products.

Eliot
01/11/2012
Today was Victoria's first time with a Saturn Inflatable Paddle Board. So how did she handle it and how easy was it to ride for the first time? Well... She loved it and learned how to ride...
01/03/2012
It is as much fun as windsurfing, but without falling in the water. The speed is a little bit slower and with much more comfort and relaxation than standing. Plus, you can always stop, drop anchor...
Eliot
12/29/2011
Most avid kayakers are used to the hard nose big kayaks that most would instantly bring to mind. These vessels have been a staple in the industry for a long time now and users were forced...
Eliot
07/16/2011
First of all - do not panic. Most inflatable boats, rafts and kayaks have several air chambers, and if one of chambers gets punctured, the boat will stay afloat due to the buoyancy of the...
Eliot
02/09/2011
Visit www.boatstogo.com for more info. If you are losing air pressure, (aside from pressure loss commonly caused by colder temperatures), check the boat over for leaks. Start by checking the...
Eliot
11/02/2010
Due to difficult economic times, consumers are cutting down on just about everything! However, outdoor recreations, such as boating and fishing still remain within reach of budget-conscious...
Eliot
10/17/2010
There are many categories of inflatable boats available on the market and I will discuss and explain them all. One type of inflatable boat is called a soft tail. Soft tails are usually...
Eliot
10/08/2010
The idea of floating around on a cold and dark ocean full of creatures with teeth and tentacles in a boat that is little more than a bag of air can be a pretty scary thing. What about the danger...
Eliot
10/05/2010
The majority of inflatable boats on the market today are built with polyester fabric as a backing of PVC fabric. Most of the others use nylon. If you are able to determine the weight of the...
Eliot
10/01/2010
Do you intend to use inflatable boats as a dinghy, tender, fishing, diving, hunting, or just weekend gateway? Then it is important that your boat will be capable of rolling up. A well constructed...
Eliot
09/29/2010
The buoyancy tube of your inflatable kayak is made of fabric using plastomer PVC. Inflatable kayak maintenance is easy but essential. Clean it every month: (if used extensively) but...
Eliot
09/27/2010
Yes, it is possible to fix unglued transom of inflatable boat relatively easy. First, try to glue what you can back. Glue transom holder back to transom sides. Do all repairs in low humidity...
Eliot
09/26/2010
Many of our customers ask: “How do I know if the boat is fully inflated?” For every boat larger than a play boat, get used to inflating it as hard as you can with the standard foot pump. Don’t...
Eliot
09/26/2010
PVC or Polyvinyl chloride as it's called by plumbers is one of the vert important of modern plastics. It is the material used to make PVC plumbing pipes, the tough, durable insulation around...
Eliot
09/24/2010
www.BoatsToGo.com PRESENTS New, 16' long, military styled, extra large KaBoat to support more gear and provide more space. Extra large tubes and extra wide interior makes this SK487XL inflatable...
Eliot
09/24/2010
Like many inflatable boat owners most of us leave our boats inflated in the water for the duration of the boating season to save ourselves the time of constantly assembling and disassembling the...
Eliot
09/19/2010
How SATURN inflatable boats are different from other brands? Saturn Inflatable boats are made of the same quality materials as famous expensive brand name inflatable boats. The workmanship is...
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