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6 Types of Boats and their Uses

For a prospective boat buyer, the sheer number of boat types out there can be staggering: Wikipedia currently has 161 entries on its boat types list that goes from airboat to zile. Whether you’re buying a boat or just want to learn more, ATC is here to help you narrow down this vast selection by […]

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Boat Prop Guide: The Basics

The perfect propeller can optimize boat performance from multiple angles, but there’s a lot more to propellers than the size and number of blades. Tack on material, diameter, pitch, cup, rotation—do you feel like we’re speaking a different language? Not to worry. Consult ATC’s boat prop guide below for help starting your research for the […]

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The Types of Boats Marine Technicians Repair

The world of marine service and repair is an exciting and fulfilling one. These careers provide significant perks, such as the location in an ideal climate and the ability to work outside and on the water frequently. But one of the unsung benefits of a career as a marine technician is the being able to […]

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How ATC’s Boat Mechanic School Will Prepare You for a Marine Technician Career

For boating enthusiasts, a career on the water working on different kinds of vessels would be a dream come true. A passion for boating and marine mechanics is a must, but training and expertise in marine technologies is equally important. Fortunately for aspiring marine technicians who are looking for a boat mechanic school in Pennsylvania, […]

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How to Fix a Hole in Your Boat

Any boat owner is susceptible to holes and cracks in their boat. Whether it’s from an object floating in the water or a stray rock striking your boat while you’re transporting it on the highway, damage to your boat’s body can significantly affect how well it can support you in the water. For marine enthusiasts […]

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How to Make your Boat Go Faster

Boating enthusiasts love maximizing the power in their boats. There’s nothing like the feeling of pushing that throttle all the way forward and letting your vessel rip through the water. And even if you don’t have a power or speedboat, there are still a number of ways you can make your boat faster. Optimizing the […]

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