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May 24, 2022

Arizona summers are notoriously hot. 2020 recorded the state’s hottest ever summer, with temperatures averaging 96 degrees. However, Lake Havasu topped that in 1994 with an intense 128 degrees, ranking as the hottest day in the state of Arizona ever recorded.  The period between May and September is typically accompanied by heat-related illnesses, with about 3,000 people visiting emergency rooms each year. If you’re planning an exciting getaway to the Grand Canyon state, here are a couple of ways you can stay safe in the Arizona heat.

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November 26, 2019

If you don’t have the option of storing your boats and personal watercraft, in a dry storage yard or garage then it is important to take the proper steps associated with these Top 3 Boat Winterization Steps!  We chatted with the boys down in our Outer Harbor Boat Repair Shop to get some valuable insight into what steps you don’t want to forget to take. After all, when that Spring feeling is back in the air you don’t want to miss one minute to get out there and enjoy Lake Havasu.