Time flies when you're having fun, or so they say. Having said all that after a day working on our still unfinished project (with more varnishing still to come tonight) stopping to write a blog on the iPad last night did give some relief to my aching arthritic wrists! On March the 4th 2014 I wrote our first Top Tips on the subject of anodes and if you happened to miss it, here it is, you may learn something to your advantage! Anyway, over the last two years I have blogged about a variety of subjects and today we are celebrating our 100th 'words of wisdom!'
February last year we were asked to trial a boat hook that would, for sailing couples, take the risk of divorce out of picking up a buoy or mooring up to a pontoon. Since taking it on, sales of Hook and Moor have far exceeded our expectations, many satisfied customers saying that this boat hook is far superior than a visit to a marriage guidance councillor and by the way thanks for saving their marriage! Perfect as a Valentine present to show you care (about your boat)
Hook and Moor is easy to use, extends to over 3mtrs if you should need it and apart from being superbly engineered it even gives one the ability to retrieve a mooring line should the situation warrant it. For your chance to win one of these superb Hook and Moor boat hooks, a buoy and some mooring rope to practise with all you have to do is like us on Facebook. Closing date: Monday 15th Feb 2016. The winner will be announced in next weeks Top Tips!