If you drive along any significant waterway in our area, you are likely to see some boats that have been pulled up out of the water and are sitting on some kind of scaffolding structure. This always looks odd, because boats are made to be in the water.
But “dry docking” a boat serves a significant purpose. It is a time to prepare the vessel for many more successful adventures by scrapping off barnacles, repairing any leaks, and securing the hull. A season of preparation then gives way to many more seasons of in-the-water action.Read More