In addition to a full range of boat accessories and sailboats, a boat is also a must for every business.
Here are some of the key factors to consider when shopping for the right type of boat.
What type of equipment do I need?
“A boat is what a business needs, not the other way around,” says Chris Schaffer, the founder and CEO of TheSchaffer’s Boat Company in San Diego.
“If a business doesn’t have the right equipment, it’s just going to be a bad business.”
The key to selecting the right boats is knowing what you’re looking for and what you can afford.
For a boat with a long range, Schaffer recommends the S.S. Haddock as a good choice.
“The Haddock has a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots, so it’s a great choice,” he says.
“It has a small footprint and it has a good engine.
There’s a lot to like about this boat.”
He also recommends the Nautilus II, which has a top speed of 50 knots and a top deck height of 3 feet, or a G.I. Joe.
“You can build a boat that can go from a beach to a lake or from a dock to a dock and do it in a matter of hours,” he adds.
“I like that it’s not as big as the G.
I Joe is a four-decked sailing boat that offers a great value.
“A G.G. Joe will be a good addition to any fleet,” Schaffer says.
If you need more than one boat, you may need to consider an extra-long boat, he says, like a S.L.
S G.A.S., which has an average cruising speed at 33 knots and is ideal for a beach or lake.
“That will save you money and time,” he advises.
What’s the best type of gear?
The best gear for your boat is important, Schacher says.
It depends on the type of work you do, the size of your business and how much you want to invest in it.
“There are so many different types of boats, and there are different sizes of boats,” he explains.
“What we recommend is that you look at everything from a cruising speed to a range, and then you can pick a type of boats that you like.”
Schaffer suggests the V.S./D.H./V.I./G.
I Joes for cruising, and the V/D.
G Joes, V.
I/D Joes and S.
“These are great choices for anyone who wants a boat for a different type of job,” he recommends.
He also says the best way to get started is to take a tour.
“Get out there and see a few different types, see how they operate, and see what the pros have to say about them,” he cautions.
“And then go from there.”
How do I find the right size boat for my business?
Choosing the right kind of boat is one of the first things to look at, says Michael Saino, owner of Sainos Boat Shop in New Jersey.
“Every business is looking for a size that they can fit in the budget,” he tells FoxNews.com.
But for a business who is going out on a boat and needs to do a lot more than just fishing, I recommend the S-I/S-S.J.s,” Sain