Posted on August 22, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
As summer comes to an end and the weather is getting cooler, it's time to start thinking about the fall clean up around the cabin. Part of that clean up includes the ever difficult folding of the boat lift canopy cover. At an average of 24 ft long and 15 pounds it's not like folding a bed sheet. Here are the steps at we suggest for folding your canopy cover for storage.
Posted on August 15, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
No one wants to see their boat sinking or floating away, and losing it even before getting it out on the water can be embarrassing. Boat lifts are designed for specific weights and balancing. If you don’t follow the manufacturer’s instructions as well as common sense, you’re looking at a boat in the water instead of on it. To keep you and your boat safe, ShoreMaster has some tips to avoid boat lift mistakes.
Posted on August 01, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
You might think keeping a boat dock clean would be easy. After all, water surrounds it, right? Like anything else near water, docks can get dirty. From muddy footprints to spilled drinks and pollen, docks are exposed to all the messy joys of the outdoors. So how can you keep your dock clean?
There is no such thing as a single dock configuration that fits the needs of every individual living near the water. Lakes and rivers have different depths, surrounding shorelines, and currents, among other variables to take into account. Whether you have a cabin or cottage along Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, or Ottertail Lake, ShoreMaster has the right dock and accessories for your location and needs.