You've been researching buying a houseboat for quite awhile. You have a pretty good idea what you're looking for. You've even said to yourself, "I'll know it when I see it." You found a boat from the website that looks like it checks most the boxes on your list, and...read more
"More than anything else, we want the boat that's best for you!" It's not just a quote Terry said, it's a philosophy that we have adhered to since we began selling boats. What does it really mean? It means that whether you are selling a boat with us, or buying a boat...read more
Things to check on your boat this spring. -Batteries-First check the exterior of the battery, looking for leaks or swelling. In either case, they should be disconnected immediately and replaced. Look for any corrosion on the terminals, and clean where needed. Last,...read more
Springtime is the most exciting time of year for a boater. You've dreamed of your boat on the coldest of winter days, and now you can finally get back in the boating groove. Be sure to give your boat a close inspection from top to bottom, including down in the hull,...read more
Batteries should be checked often, and at the least going into each new season. Check water levels, and look for signs of corrosion in the hull from battery gases. Battery corrosion can be your worst enemy to an aluminum hull if they are not vented properly and stored...read more
The decision to choose a boat broker over selling it yourself is a complex one. No one wants to pay money to sell a boat they have enjoyed when the possibility exists to sell it yourself, and not have any other costs. However, when the goal is to move the boat to a...read more
When you have a house near the lake, your first instinct is to want to get on the water. With a houseboat you are already there! When you have a house on the lake, you have to worry about security when your away. With a houseboat, marina personnel are concerned about...read more
Always, Always test all systems that you think you will be using while away from the dock, before releasing your lines. PWC winches, Windlass, thrusters, generator, 12-volt system (water pump, lights, etc). It will be twice as easy to address the problem now, than...read more
Many boaters have not seen their boat for several months by the time January rolls around. You planned and thought of everything you could to leave your boat secure through the frigid winter months. It may be time to pay a visit to your boat, The lake is just as...read more
As houseboats age, we are seeing more cases of roofs that have taken on large amounts of moisture for a prolonged period of time. Before the owner begins to suspect a problem, the damage has been done. In some cases, many 4′ x 8′ sheets of plywood, and roof supports...read more
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"More Than Anything Else, We Want The Boat That's Best For You."
- Terry Miller