Spring Cleaning Checklist- Summerization

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Spring Cleaning Checklist- Summerization

As long as you (or your dealer) took the time to properly winterize and summarize your boat for the season, you'll have your boat on the water in no time!

After a long winter, the temptation is strong to just wing it – pull your boat out of storage and hope for the best. Take it from us, it’s not a good idea. The truth is, it doesn’t take a whole lot of time or effort to get your boat suitably prepped for the season. Here’s Moomba’s very manageable boating checklist of things you’ll need to do, or have done, before heading off into the sunset. 

Keep in mind that tasks will vary depending on the boat you own, and the type of boating you do. Regardless of whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or you have the maintenance professionals at your dealership handle these tasks, make sure you read your Owners Manual and check all the boxes BEFORE heading to the lake.

Your local Moomba dealer’s are here to help as you navigate the boating world.  Find a dealer closest to you to schedule your Summerization maintenance!

10 Best Must-Have Boat Accessories

Designed to turn unconscious wearers face up, these U.S. Coast Guard approved Type II life vests features a polyester shell with PE foam filling. UV resistant clear vinyl carry bag fits four universal sized life vests in a compact 20 inch x 12 inch x 10 inch package that can be easily stored out of the way but within easy reach.

 

Waterproof to 33 feet, this digital action camera will let you capture every single moment above board and under water. It captures 23MP photos in high detail, while the camera’s hyper-smooth video stabilization records all the action in 5.3K video resolution at 60fps–without the jerks and shakes of some other cameras. Let the epic surf sessions begin!

There never seems to be a good place to keep a trash bag on the boat–and there is always trash. Avoid the risk of littering and tie this mesh bag onboard.

This one is a no brainer. A good waterproof backpack to keep things dry while out on the water is just what every boater needs.  

For a more practical gift, one can never (ever) have too much dock line. Stock up with these 15, 25, or 35 foot ropes.

A good first aid kit is always a necessity, but a great first aid kit is even better. This set comes with a heavy duty tactical bag, a flashlight, glow sticks, and so much more.

For light cleanup of the exterior hull, seats, and other surfaces, this easy to store microfiber cleaning kit is a compact, scratch-free solution to have around.

 

 

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