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 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
Building your own boat is a huge accomplishment and something I will never forget. Boats bring people together, and can take you places a car just can’t go. For those of us who get satisfaction out of creating something by hand, there is nothing quite like building a boat. …Continue Reading→
Adventure Marine Aluminum Boat Bow Rider

A Buyers Guide to Aluminum Boats

Posted by greg on  June 26, 2019
Category: Boating
What makes buying an aluminum boat your best choice? Aluminum is an extremely robust material, which makes aluminum boats a more maintenance free option. Find out more in our blog! …Continue Reading→

Adventure Marine Products 101: Adding Value to your Boat

Posted by Rachel on  August 22, 2018
Category: Products
Adventure Marine prides itself on making high quality, reliable products specifically designed to keep you and your rig safe and fun. We recognize that outfitting your boat can be overwhelming and full of jargon, especially for a first time boater! In this blog post, we are going to.. …Continue Reading→
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