Spending as much time as possible on the water and the prospect of fun and laughter with family and friends. The water is calling us, whether your passion is offshore cruising, day sailing, fishing, or watersports.
After a difficult time across the world, we all want as much time as possible on the water this season. Many of us will be opting for ‘staycations’ in home waters, and, as always, VETUS is with you all the way to make sure you maximize life onboard.
By preparing and updating all your boat’s systems and equipment, you can set sail with confidence and rest assured all season that VETUS has supplied the products you need to keep your boat running.
With over 55 years of experience to offer you, we have spent decades creating a full portfolio to meet all your equipment and system needs. From engines, electric propulsion, stern gear/fuel systems, generators, bow thrusters and control panels, to water systems, onboard power and glazing products, we are a one-stop shop. To make life even easier for you, simple installation and maintenance is fundamental to all our systems and products. Creating boat systems to make boating more enjoyable for you and everyone onboard.
We are here to help you prevent the frustration of unexpected equipment failure and maintenance in mid-season with a few simple checks now. By preparing and updating all your boat’s systems and equipment ahead of the season, you can set sail with confidence and rest assured all season that VETUS has supplied the products you need to keep your boat running.
To get you started, here is a VETUS checklist of 15 important points to remember, with a few tips from our experts especially for you. Enjoy the season!
Taking care of your boat, means taking care of your batteries as well. And because your boat will not run properly without a good set of batteries you need to keep them in check and charged at all times. But how do you keep them in check?
VETUS gives you 7 tips on how to keep your battery running throughout the season.
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