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A:

About Us
Alcohol in Gas  (pdf)
Alternating Current
Alternative Fuels
Aluminum - Painting (pdf)
ABYC American Boat And Yacht Council

B:

Back Yard Boat Builders (pdf)
Batteries
Batteries and Chargers (pdf)
Batteries: Everything You Need To Know(pdf)
Battery Group Number (pdf)
Boatbuilding Myths
Boat building Videos
Boat Fires (Boating Safety)
Boating Terms (Boating Safety)
Boat Types (kinds of boats)
Business of Boat Building

C:

Canada Standards
Canoes
Capacity (Safe Load)
Capacity and Flotation Course
Carbon Monoxide
Certification
Chargers (pdf)
CNG (Compressed Natural Gas)
Commercial use only boats
Corrosion(pdf)
Corrosion

D:

Direct Current
Displacement (Word Doc)
Documents Free on Line
Documentation (Vessels)

E:

Electric Shock Drowning
Electrical Grounding (pdf)
Electrical Links
Electrical Safety and Practices
Electrical Standards
Electrical System Planning
Basic Electricity -  Direct Current
Basic Electricity - Alternating Current
Engines - Inboards
Engines - Outboard Weights
Environmental
Ethanol (pdf)
Exemptions
Exhaust Systems

F:

Federal Regulations
Fiberglass on Wood (pdf)
Fires (Boating Safety)
Flotation
Flotation - Basic 
Flotation -Level
Flotation - Modified
Flotation and Capacity Course
Fuel Systems (Gasoline)
Fuel Systems (LPG & CNG)

G:

Generators - Portable Gensets (pdf)
Global Boat Building Sites

H:

Horsepower
Hot Topics
Hull Identification Numbers
Hull Identification Numbers Simplified

I:

Ike's List Links to boat building sites
Ike's List Electrical Links
Inflatables
International Standards (ISO)

J:

K:

Kayaks
Kids, Links to Books and Videos
Kill Switch (Emergency engine shut off)

L:

Labels
Legal Considerations
Links to other boatbuilding sites.
Links, Foreign Language Boat Building Sites
Links to Books and Videos For Kids
Lightning Protection
LPG Liquid Petroleum Gas
Load

M:

Manufacturers Identification Codes-MICs
Marine Engines
Marine Sanitation Devices
Myths

N:

Navigation Lights (Lights on  boats)
Navigation Aids (Aids to Navigation)
Navigation Rules (Boating Safety)

O:

Outboard Engine Weights

P:

Planning - Electrical System
Pontoon Boats
Production Management
Propane

Q:

Quality - Control
Boating Quotations

R:

Recalls
Registration of Boats
Regulations

S:

Safe Loading
Safety Concerns
Safety - Flotation
Safety - Fuel
Safety - Horsepower
Sailboats
Shift interrupter Switch
Solar Power
Stability (pdf)
Stainless Steel Boats (Word Doc)
Standards, ABYC
Standards Societies
Standards Docs Free On Line
Start-In-Gear Protection

T:

Tanks, Fuel
Toilets, Marine Sanitation Devices

U:

Uninspected Commercial Vessels

V:

Ventilation
Videos, Boat Building

W:

Warranties: (Business of Boat Building)
Wind Power
Wire Size
Wiring Color Codes
Wiring your Boat

X:

Y:

Z:

 

American Boat And Yacht Council  Boat Design Net  Wooden Boat Foundation
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