This Saturday is the Massachusetts Tax Free “Holiday”. All items up to $2500.00 purchased for personal use are tax exempt with the exception of motorboats.
We are getting ready for the 2019 New England Boat Show! It is a little earlier this year than in the past. It starts Saturday February 9th and runs through Sunday February 19th. You can visit the official boat show website: newenglandboatshow.com It is happening at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, you can visit their website: https://www.signatureboston.com/bcec/ for more details about the venue and getting there. We are in booth 165, to the left and back when you come in, opposite Summer Street on the southern end of the building. We will have boat show specials on Tohatsu Outboards, Achilles Inflatable Boats & Load-Rite Trailers. We have some “leftover” Tohatsu outboards & I just purchased some new “leftover” Achilles inflatable boats so there are “deals” to be had. Please come by and say hi!
We are closed on Sundays, so Saturday is our sales tax free day. Sales for personal use, items up to $2500.00 are eligible. We have specials on Tohatsu Outboards and Troy-Bilt Snow Blowers. Sign up for our email list and you can take 10% off your purchase of in stock items, including clearance items!
10% discount cannot be used on special orders, gift certificates, service, inflatable boats, or trailers. Buy a trailer or inflatable boat on Saturday and we will take $25.00 off the price.
We will be closed from February 10-20, 2017 for the New England Boat Show.
The show starts Saturday February 11th and runs thru Sunday February 19th.
For show info the boat show's website is www.newenglandboatshow.com
Please visit us in booth #165, same spot, new booth number!
Please come by & say hi at the New England Boat Show. We are in booth 500, now thru Sunday Feb. 21st
Make sure you start with an empty clean fuel jug. Don't use anything that you have leftover from the lawnmower even if it has stabilizer. Do not buy gas until the weatherman says it's going to snow! Make sure the valve under the fuel tank (if you have one) is in the open position. During snow storms any time you are taking a break, depress the auger lever a couple of time before you let it sit to clear it out. If you don't, it may freeze and you will ruin the auger belt right away when you go back to use it. When the storm is over, if you have a fuel valve, shut it off & run the carb out of gas. Any trouble call us, we are here to help. 781-245-3080
The New England Boat Show is over but our Boat Show Specials are not!
Boat Show prices on all Tohatsu Outboards, & Duras and Achilles Inflatable Boats are good until March 10, 2015. Just a small deposit will lock in show prices. You can pick up when you are ready in the spring. Despite this frozen world we are all living in now, spring will arrive, & the snow will be gone. Be ready for the boating season!
We have tide clocks, barometers, navigation tools in stock. Come in & see our great Nautical decorative hooks for your home or boat. Bottle openers that mount on the wall or fit into your pocket make nice inexpensive gifts. As always we sell Gift Certificates that never expire in any amount! Our gift certificates go further than at the "big box" stores.
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If you buy your fuel on the water and plan on using your boat through the fall, now is a good time to change your fuel filter. If you don't have a fuel water separator filter on your boat, and you have a built in fuel tank, you really should install one. They start at under $40.00 and can help avoid fuel issues.
Use your fuel up within 4-6 weeks, after that it is better to start fresh. If it takes you all season to use up one tank, start by buying less. Fuel stabilizer for ethanol gas is always a good idea. When you are leaving your motor and it will be at least a week before you use it again, shut off the fuel valve (on integral tank motors) or un plug your remote tank fuel line and let the carb run out of fuel and do not hook up the line again or turn the valve back on until you use the outboard again.