Docking a Powerboat
Tips for Docking a Powerboat
Nothing ruins the end of a long, fun day out on your powerboat like crashing said powerboat into the dock. Docking a boat is a delicate process, one you can’t rush or take for granted. So how do you dock a boat? Primetime Luxury Watercraft offers the tips below for your consideration.
Don’t Go Too Fast
The slower you go as you approach the dock, the less damage there will be. Even if you have a tight schedule and need to move on to your next activity, don’t crank up the engine. Plan out your steps and do them methodically. Wind and water current play a role in your success, so keep them in mind as you work. If you’re not happy with how your approach is going, go away and come back. Some people may call you overly cautious, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.
There Is Only Room for One Person behind the Wheel
When you’re already nervous about docking your powerboat, the last thing you need is someone on the sidelines making comments and telling you what to do. The person thinks they’re doing you a favor by verbally guiding you through the process, but they may be making it worse. Make it clear to passengers that you will ask for help when you need it. There is only room for one captain on your boat, and that is you.
Primetime Luxury Watercraft wants you to enjoy your day out on a powerboat. If you don’t own a powerboat and want to charter a boat, do it with us. We offer quality service and Miami boat rentals sure to impress. Call us today.
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