Before Taking Boat Docking Lessons
Boat Docking Lessons are not all created equal.
- some are “Good”
- some are “Better”
- a few are “Best
- many are just downright "Terrible"
Maneuvering your boat into your slip or alongside your dock, hoping you don't screw up can be a very stressful, difficult, challenging and embarrassing way to dock. This is usually the result of poor instruction.
A “Best” docking is when you can confidently, smoothly and safely maneuver your boat into your slip or alongside your dock, in any weather and dock configuration, without the need for yelling, swearing, jumping, boat hooks, bionics, dock helpers, guesswork or embarrassment.
Before you take any lessons, search out a “Best” instructor or lesson (printed or elesson). Why settle for less?
To find a “Best” instructor or lesson, you need to know what questions to ask. So, we have given you 17 Questions to ask before you hire an instructor. The answers will let you know how much he/she knows—valuable information before you waste time or money on him/her. You don’t want to settle for less than the “Best”—it’s your boat and your family. You deserve “The Best”.
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“17 Questions to Ask about Boat Docking Before You Hire an Instructor”.