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Not Your Grandfathers Boat

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Boats, at one time the only option for trans Atlantic and trans Pacific travel, were made only from all natural materials like wood, reed, bark, and animal skins. It was until the middle of the 19th Century that boat modernization began. Today, most sleek boats are made with fiberglass and metal (such as steel or aluminum), and have modern technology such as led boat lights.

Access to boating and marine extracurricular activities have increased. Kayaks, canoes, and sailboats, are just a few of the activities enjoyed by millions of Americans each year. Traditionally, most people thought of boat owners as wealthy yacht owners. Today, although new boats are typically purchased by older, wealthier clientele, the option of purchasing used boats opens up the market to a larger demographic. So much so in fact that the demand for boats is expected to increase by 8 percent each year by 2016. This will then make the industry worth $10.1 billion.

There are rules and accessories to make boating and water related activities safer for all parties involved. The U.S. Coast Guard requires boaters to have a flotation device for every person on board and proper lighting like LED boat lights. For kayakers, in addition to kayak paddles, they must carry a life jacket, flotation device, and a whistle. These safety accoutrements, including led boat lights, air horns boats, trailer accessories, and trailer jacks, can be purchased at any marine retailer. LED boat lights, navigational lights led specifically, are durable and long lasting options that can improve the safety of your boating activities. LED boat lights are resistant to water intrusion and corrosion.