"Robin Coles has done a wonderful job of covering a comprehensive list of topics that will help new and experienced boaters get the most out of their investment" says Carl Blackwell, VP of Discover Boating and National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA). "Coles taps into many of the recreational boating industry's most experienced experts who will help boaters avoid many of the situations that inexperienced boaters could find themselves in. A boat is a significant investment of one's time in an era where free time is much harder to come by."
Coles agrees boaters already know buying a boat is one of the most challenging things they'll ever do in their life and it's an awesome way to include both family and friends. Not to mention, all the fun they'll have out on the water. But, there are lots of other things boaters should know."
As Coles ventured out on her own journey to become a better boater she had lots of questions. "What better way to get answers" Coles says, "than to interview the experts." It is Coles wish that every boater who picks up a copy of "Boating Secrets" gets just as much out of reading her book as she had in putting it together.
Boating Secrets: 127 Top Tips to Help You Buy and Enjoy Your Boat makes a great reference book and gift. "Anyone seeking to purchase a new boat or intending to buy a larger boat" says Leo Corsetti, Retired, Tone (Tartan Owners Northeast) President, "should have Robin's book in their library."
The book is available at online booksellers. Autographed copies are available through TheNauticalLifestyle.com only.
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About Robin G. Coles
Robin G. Coles is a passionate marine enthusiast and sailor who has interviewed countless industry experts as well as visited, interviewed personnel at, written about, and photographed hundreds of marine ports in the US and abroad.
Robin has authored a newspaper column and a variety of articles, newsletters, case studies, reports, and technical documents about boating and non-boating topics.
Robin has been a shutterbug from as far back as she can remember. Her photographs have been featured on the cover of the 2008 Winthrop Phonebook, at the 2009 IPEVO show in Las Vegas, and on a local real estate website. To see/read her boating related media, go to TheNauticalLifestyle.com/
Robin lives on a peninsula near Boston Harbor and Logan Airport, where she sails and works with business owners around the world via satellite phone and internet.