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INNOVATIVE MARINE PARTS AND MANUFACTURING

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Propeller Guards

Davit Systems

Outboard Motor Brackets

Parts & Accessories

Why Choose Adventure Marine?

Adventure Marine has been proudly manufacturing innovative boat parts and accessories since 1974. After 43 years, customers can be reassured they are purchasing marine products that are tested, durable and guaranteed to last. Our parts are professionally designed with customer use in mind, then built with only the highest quality materials and manufacturing processes. We stand behind our products.

Friendly Customer Service

 

We love boating as much as you do. Call or email us any time if you have questions about our products. Just want to share your story or boating adventure? We love those stories too! Our friendly staff are here to help.

Easy to Install Parts

 

Designed with the average boating enthusiast in mind, our dinghy parts, boat davits, and marine supplies are easy to install and use. Our customer service is also available to help guide you through the installation process. 

Global Delivery

 

We provide fast and easy worldwide shipping. With confidence, we ship our marine parts internationally insured against damage and loss. Tracking codes are provided and products are delivered through Canada Post.

10 Year Warranty

Customers who purchase the 10 year unlimited warranty and register their product with Adventure Marine will receive a free full replacement of their product. This includes damage incurred by you. Yes, simply return the product for any reason and we will replace it for you, FREE OF CHARGE, including all shipping costs. What are you waiting for? 

Adventure Marine Blog

Line Guard Narcos: Slingin propeller guards in Mexico

The night before I was scheduled to leave, a man on a motorcycle showed up at my hotel with a satchel of US dollars sent by the boat captain. I led him upstairs to my room and we counted out the cash. After converting to Canadian dollars, I was just under the limit I could bring back without a declaration, which would involve trying to prove to the Canadian authorities that I was doing legitimate business in Mexico with a pile of US dollars.

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How to Build an Aluminum Boat – Part One: Setting up the Jig

One of the first steps, and also one of the most important, in building your boat is setting up the jig. Boat hulls are constructed in a number of different ways, but for the purposes of this blog, I am going to focus on a design from MetalBoatKits.com. I have built two of designer Rick Wellins’ boats now. They have been rebranded as the Adventure 12 and the Adventure 16, as I have made modifications to both designs to suit my needs. They both use a similar jig and the setup process is identical for both boats.

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