- High Speed Docking. Falvey, Kevin // Boating;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p20
The article offers tips for high speed docking of boats.
- Single-Engine Docking. Tiger, John // Boating;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p28
The article offers tips for making docking easier in boats with single-engine rigs.
- The Plastics PUZZLE. Daniello, Vincent // Boating;Mar2011, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p76
The article discusses the benefits of a modular polyethylene docking system for boats.
- DOMINATE AT THE DOCKS. TEMPLE, JOHN // Sea Magazine;Mar2012, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p27
The article presents a question and answer related to docking.
- The Bareboat Charter Alternative. // MotorBoating;Feb2006, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p96
The article provides information on several bareboat charters that are under U.S. $ 5,000 price per week. Unlike crewed charter yachts, bareboats are more affordable and provides a sense of freedom for travelers since it is like owning the boat but someone has to handle the anchor or the...
- MAILBOAT. Williams, Bob; Rosenlund, Dave; Bekoff, Norm // MotorBoating;Aug2004, Vol. 194 Issue 2, p10
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. "Shock and Awe," which focused on Sterling 38 center console; Praise on "Motor Boating" magazine; "Downwind Docking With a Single-Screw Boat," which focused on docking.
- Docking olympics. Snyder, Kari // Boating;Jun2006, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p112
The article offers information on the annual boat docking competition in Crisfield, Maryland and provides some tips in docking.
- Handling Your Boat. // Power Boater's Guide;2006, p8
The article discusses how to get alongside, anchor and moor a boat. The basics of coming alongside or leaving a dock or pontoon include getting a couple of lines ready and having these lines coiled and ready to take ashore. It states that when a boat is fast approaching a dock, one should get a...
- Hurricane Prep. Coyle, Jay // MotorBoating;Feb2006, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p130
The article recommends courses of action to keep boats safe from storms or hurricanes. The first thing to do to secure a boat is to select a location where it can ride out the storm. It is also recommended that boat owners sign a hurricane storage agreement with a boatyard. Also, keep the boats...