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Hi-Tide Boat Lifts Launches Non-Profit Organization Kids On Track



November 15, 2017 - 501(c)(3) program to benefit children across the United States FORT PIERCE, Fla. (November 15, 2017) – Hi-Tide Boat Lifts, the leading boat lift manufacturer in the industry, is excited to announce that it is creating opportunities through its Kids on Track program by becoming a 501(c)(3) non-profit.  Dedicated to lifting the spirits of children by... Read More

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Fall Boating Tips to Keep Your Vessel Shipshape



October 6, 2017 - Let’s be honest–Florida has just about two seasons: sweltering summer and blink-and-you’ll-miss-it winter. Even well into October, it’s not out of the question to have days reach the upper 80s (and even beyond), meaning Halloween is often more sweaty than scary. However, that also means beach, pool and, most importantly of all, boating weather is... Read More

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Boat Lift Installations: Your 8 Biggest Questions Answered



September 22, 2017 - Boat lift installations are not something to be taken lightly. Trust us–we know a thing or two about boat lifts. Though we can be sure of the quality of our boat lifts, boat lift installations are just as important as boat lifts themselves to securing all manner of vessels all year long. To dig a... Read More

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Should You Wash Your Boat After Every Trip?



September 8, 2017 - There are neat freaks, clutter kings/queens and everyone who falls somewhere in the middle. Oftentimes you only need to look at someone’s car to tell where along the neat/dirty spectrum they are–from immaculately washed and waxed to “WASH ME” scrawled in caked-on dirt. Regardless, we are absolutely not judging…until you move the conversation to boats.... Read More

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How to Avoid Boating Accidents



August 25, 2017 - Here’s a hard fact for our community to swallow: according to last year’s US Coast Guard’s annual report, Florida leads the country in boating accidents at a whopping 681 in 2016. Worse yet, many of these accidents are avoidable. Again, according to this report, 15% of all boating deaths were directly associated with alcohol and... Read More

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