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Wish you had a wire rack for your Omnia Stove Top Oven?

Apr 15, 2015
The Koala Marketing Company in Sweden who makes the Omnia Oven has added an accessory for the Omnia Stove Top Oven. They have created a wire rack that fits nicely inside the Omnia Oven about 3/4" above…

Wish you had a better flashlight on your boat?

Apr 09, 2015
Are you looking for a great flashlight for boating, camping, fishing or to put in a vehicle or RV? The GoalZero Torch 250 Flashlight / Power Hub is not only a great flashlight but it can also power up…

New Product - Baseball Hat with Sea Dog Logo

Mar 13, 2015
A hat is perfect to keep the sun out of your eyes while boating. Fahrenheit® Unstructured Microfiber Performance Cap with Perforated Holes on the Crowns Side Panels and a Contrasting Visor Unstructured Microfiber…

Boating Safely Into The Sunset (Years) - BoatUS Magazine articles

Mar 12, 2015
As we get older boating may become more difficult for us.  Here are some great articles in the BoatUS Magazine worth reading.   The 2015 February / March issue of BoatU.S. magazine has a few really good…

Announcing the release of my newly designed website

Mar 10, 2015
The new Sea Dog Boating Solutions, LLC website was officially released on Monday, March 9, 2015.   It has a new look and feel to the website.  It will make it easier for my customers to find the products…

Boat Engine Thru Hull Opening and Closing– using a tool to open/close the thru hull

Nov 16, 2014
I am one of those boaters that always close all of my thru hulls when I leave my boat.  Why chance having a potential disaster happen.  The thru-hull could fail or a hose could fail even if the hoses are…

1973 O’Day 19-foot Mariner 2 + 2 FOR SALE

Oct 21, 2014
Mercury 4.5 HP outboard engine, last sailed 1996-97 Mast and sails included - sails in “rough” shape. Boat Trailer included (needs work) Boat located in New Hampshire This boat would make a great…

Items we frequently forget to take with us when leaving the boat

Nov 20, 2013
Cell phone Keys Wallet Glasses or Sun Glasses Trash Recyclables Shoes/sandals Clothing that you might need off the boat Wet towels/clothes Did you like this blog post? Share it below!