Fishing Boats

At Roundabout Watercraft’s we took a modern take on a historical style of fishing boat, the coracle. This coracle based design allows for easy transport, fishing in tight spots, the ability to easily work the full 360 degrees around the boat, traversing the shallowest of waters, and complete storage solutions for one or two anglers […]

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Boating Safety Tips

Each year 74 million Americans take to the water in search of adventure and new memories. Most often, time afloat is a positive experience, creating the unforgettable memories of the mind’s landscape. Yet, tragedy may strike a boater at any minute. Unlike dry land, the dangers at sea can easily turn deadly. Due to possible […]

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Basic Navigation Essentials for Boating

For centuries boaters depended on celestial navigation to traverse the seas, however, modern technology has brought about a change in the way we cross the brine. Upon a boat, navigational tools are as important as safety equipment. Without these tools, the boater might become adrift at sea. Moreover, it’s essential to deploy as many tools […]

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How to Prepare a Float Plan

A float plan is invaluable. It informs your family and friends of your whereabouts while traversing the ocean. Moreover, in case of disaster, becoming adrift atop the waves, a float plan provides search parties with a head start in locating your vessel. Whether you are spending the afternoon atop the water or setting sail for […]

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3 Basic Boating Safety Items to Have at All Times

Suddenly finding yourself adrift at sea is a fate worse than death. Preparedness is essential for any boater, whether you’re navigating known coastlines or mapping uncharted isles. Recently, Aldi Novel Adilang found himself adrift at sea for 49 days. He wouldn’t have survived the experience if it wasn’t for preparedness. The Three Basics No boater […]

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How to use Navigational Markers

Navigational markers, much like street signs, issue warnings and instructions. Boaters must learn how to read these markers to navigate waterways. Moreover, buoys are the most encountered nautical marker, these floats bob with the waves as they command the ocean’s traffic. Navigational markers, abbreviated as ATON, may be naturally occurring features of the landscape such […]

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Sun Protection for Boaters

There’s nothing like spending time atop, or submerged in, Poseidon’s salty realm. Boaters and anglers daydream of time atop the ocean throughout the work week. However, carelessness possesses consequences, and those who neglect to protect themselves from the Sun may end up with a weakened immune system, damaged eyes, and skin cancer. Skin cancer is […]

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Small Plastic Boats

Roundabout Watercraft is a fusion of ancient design and modern materials. The Roundabout’s ingenuity derives from the World’s oldest boat, the Coracle. Although these small boats may be making a comeback, they’re no trend, Coracle-like watercraft have been in use for centuries. These small watercraft were created with the angler in mind and are suitable […]

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The Coracle History

Coracles move stealthily atop the water and are ideal for fishing. Their shallow drafting hull allows maneuvering with ease in a few inches of water. Although these small boats may be making a comeback, they’re no hipster trend, Coracles have been in use for centuries. The British have deployed these small craft for pole and net […]

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What to Look for in a Small Fishing Boat

A large watercraft allows for ease of catching large fish in deeper water, but economic constraints might make purchasing a large boat an impossibility. Moreover, there are many benefits to owning a small watercraft. There is a great deal of dispute over what defines a small fishing boat. According to Bleacherreport.com, the US Coast Guard […]

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