Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by JesseC, Aug 17, 2010.
My dad lives on the sound and uses his Watermaster in the salt all the time. He'll row a couple miles to get to a fishing spot. It's slow going, but, he'll do it. No doubt about it, the salt is hard on anything that is metal, so, if you rinse down the boat after use, it should do just fine over the long haul. I would make sure you have your PFD and as others have said, watch for other boat traffic.
And don't forget to say: "Hold my beer and watch this!" . . .
there are lots of zodiacs and avons in the salt-does not bother them at all. I would think it would be the same. I have had my pac 800 at the beach house for 8 years or so. Only promlem is that the grommits are rusty. I never clean or wash it off.
Dude, you tipped my canoe in Munn Lake. I'd stay out of small watercraft if I were you. Just sayin.
Not to incriminate anyone here... But that was more as a result of my passenger who lacks any kind of balance
A likely story......