How to Pack for a Boat Day Trip

There nothing quite like an enjoyable day out on a boat with family or friends. Packing for a day on the boat involves knowing some things about your day. Taking along enough gear to keep everyone fed and comfortable for the day is the goal. Instructions 1.  Decide how long you will be out on your boat. This will determine if you need to pack extra picnic supplies or snacks. 2. Know your destination. Some places have restrooms and some don't, so if your boat doesn't have its own bathroom, take along a porta-potty and supplies. 3. Pack sunscreen and lip protection. Apply sunscreen before leaving for the day and…
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“Top Ten Fishing Species” that you can catch on Banderas Bay!

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured at 900 meters or approximately 3,000 feet. Now, what differentiates this bay from the many large shallow water bays of the world is its quantity of humpback whales, giant manta rays, dolphins, marlin, sailfish, and a myriad of other fine game fish that live in deep water.…
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How to Pack for a Boat Day Trip

There nothing quite like an enjoyable day out on a boat with family or friends. Packing for a day on the boat involves knowing some things about your day. Taking along enough gear to keep everyone fed and comfortable for the day is the goal. Instructions 1.  Decide how long you will be out on your boat. This will determine if you need to pack extra picnic supplies or snacks. 2. Know your destination. Some places have restrooms and some don't, so if your boat doesn't have its own bathroom, take along a porta-potty and supplies. 3. Pack sunscreen and lip protection. Apply sunscreen before leaving for the day and…
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“Top Ten Fishing Species” that you can catch on Banderas Bay!

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured at 900 meters or approximately 3,000 feet. Now, what differentiates this bay from the many large shallow water bays of the world is its quantity of humpback whales, giant manta rays, dolphins, marlin, sailfish, and a myriad of other fine game fish that live in deep water.…
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How to Pack for a Boat Day Trip

There nothing quite like an enjoyable day out on a boat with family or friends. Packing for a day on the boat involves knowing some things about your day. Taking along enough gear to keep everyone fed and comfortable for the day is the goal. Instructions 1.  Decide how long you will be out on your boat. This will determine if you need to pack extra picnic supplies or snacks. 2. Know your destination. Some places have restrooms and some don't, so if your boat doesn't have its own bathroom, take along a porta-potty and supplies. 3. Pack sunscreen and lip protection. Apply sunscreen before leaving for the day and…
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“Top Ten Fishing Species” that you can catch on Banderas Bay!

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured at 900 meters or approximately 3,000 feet. Now, what differentiates this bay from the many large shallow water bays of the world is its quantity of humpback whales, giant manta rays, dolphins, marlin, sailfish, and a myriad of other fine game fish that live in deep water.…
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How to Pack for a Boat Day Trip

There nothing quite like an enjoyable day out on a boat with family or friends. Packing for a day on the boat involves knowing some things about your day. Taking along enough gear to keep everyone fed and comfortable for the day is the goal. Instructions 1.  Decide how long you will be out on your boat. This will determine if you need to pack extra picnic supplies or snacks. 2. Know your destination. Some places have restrooms and some don't, so if your boat doesn't have its own bathroom, take along a porta-potty and supplies. 3. Pack sunscreen and lip protection. Apply sunscreen before leaving for the day and…
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“Top Ten Fishing Species” that you can catch on Banderas Bay!

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured at 900 meters or approximately 3,000 feet. Now, what differentiates this bay from the many large shallow water bays of the world is its quantity of humpback whales, giant manta rays, dolphins, marlin, sailfish, and a myriad of other fine game fish that live in deep water.…
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