What Do You Want Here?

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We want to know about the kinds of content you are most interested in reading here on TotalBoat Show and also in our videos. What tricky boating projects or dilemmas have you encountered that would make great videos? Is there something specific you wish we would cover in this blog space or a special focus you think we are missing?

Basically – we want to cover and provide content on marine topics and projects that are relevant and that matter to you. And as such – you are welcome to send us your ideas and even your projects that are on the To-Do List that might be daunting. We can help! We try to use, abuse and understand all the products we sell to provide superior customer service and tech help. We are boaters, too and when it comes time to cut holes, strip coats or patch damage – we know there are lots of way to get it done. And we can help you avoid pitfalls and hangups.ThixoPro Whaler 5

We are launching a new video every Friday to help with this effort, so we hope you’ll continue to tune in and check out our various media outlets where we try to lend you a virtual hand. Check out our YouTube Channels (TotalBoat TV and JDTV) for our complete library of videos that we have been amassing for years. Then, Click SHARE THIS below to spread around content you think is worthy. Lastly, don’t forget to send us your photos and videos of your own projects. We will reward submissions with some cool TotalBoat swag and feature your work in our catalog, here on TBS and on our website.

Thanks for reading!

 

 

2 thoughts on “What Do You Want Here?

  1. I would like to see a video on building a14-16 ft dory that could handle an outboard and built by using total boat products.

  2. If you have a Facebook account you can view the shots I have of the skiffs I’ve repaired and follow the progress i am making on building an 18 foot Ladybug Skiff. You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/Bills-Boats-666588596762479/info?tab=overview. I have a lot of confidence in Total Boat products and favor them over West system,Petit and Interlux because of their quality and cost. 3M 5200 is a great product for making seals but I am interested in trying the Thixo on my next boat. The Plans for this boat are around $75.00 but there are also plans for 14 foot boats included.

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