2019 Nautique Features You Can’t Live Without

Nautique continues to innovate; adding new and exciting features every year that change the way we see boating. Nautique’s ski boats, wakeboard boats, and wakesurf boats make fun on the water more exciting than ever.

 

So what’s new for the 2019 model year? Here are a few 2019 Nautique features that you just can’t live without:

 

Actuated Flight Control Tower

 

Going under that bridge has never been easier! For the 2019 model year, Nautique adds the Actuated Flight Control Tower that raises and lowers – with a  bimini attached – with just the press of a button! How’s that for convenient?!

Microtuner

 

Skiers rejoice! This feature is a first of its kind and it can be found on the 2019 Ski Nautique! This state-of-the-art microtuner mitigates the rough water and any waves a skier might feel, providing the smoothest ride possible.

 

Aesthetic Upgrades

 

While the hardware is important, aesthetic upgrades are pretty important too! We’ve got brand new gel coat colors for 2019 – Steel Blue Metal Blake, Canary Yellow and Solar Red Metal Flake, Steel Blue, and Canary Yellow. Each of these beautiful colors will turn heads on the lake! And then on the G Series, we’re excited to announce a brand new frameless windshield with the sleek, modern feel you crave. It’s the little things that truly set Nautique apart from the rest.

 

Pro Ballast

 

GS22 and GS24 models now come equipped with the Pro Ballast, the best in class ballast system that lets you control the waves from the LINC Panoray Touchscreen. Pretty sweet.

 

These are just a few of the 2019 Nautique features we love! Come by our showroom in Lewisville, Texas or Malakoff, Texas and see these beautiful 2019 Nautique and 2018 Nautique models in person! Buxton Marine is the #1 Nautique dealer in the country and we know our stuff!

 

Good times ahead!

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Boating 101: How to Operate Your Boat Safely in a Storm

In Texas, the weather can change on a dime, and this happens whether you are on land or water! If a great day on the lake turns south and clouds begin to roll in, make sure you know how to operate your boat safely in a storm. Here are a few boat safety tips from Buxton Marine in Lewisville, Texas to help you navigate the storm effectively!

 

  1. Put Life Jackets On

Locate a life jacket for each passenger and make sure each person on board the boat is wearing one. This is an absolute must in any stormy situation!

 

  1. Activate Navigation Lights

In order to avoid collisions, be sure to turn your navigation lights on. It’s smart to give yourself a refresher in using your navigation lights properly before getting on the water this next season.

 

  1. Reduce Speed

Keep your boat moving forward to shore, but at a lower speed, paying close attention to your surroundings. Head to shore if it is safe to do so.

 

  1. Have a Float Plan

Before heading out for the day, be sure to alert someone to your plans – where you will be boating, how long, etc. This is called a Float Plan and it will give you peace of mind for any day on the lake – stormy or not.

 

  1. Cut Waves at 45 Degrees

If you run up against large waves and are trying to operate your boat safely in a storm, try to maneuver your boat to cut the wave at a 45-degree angle. This will help avoid water rushing overboard and into the boat.

 

  1. Watch for Signs of Bad Weather

One of the best ways to navigate stormy weather is to avoid it all together. Be sure to check the forecast before going out on the lake, and watch for signs of bad weather rolling in. Head to shore and call it a day if the temperature begins to drop suddenly, you see dark clouds or lighting, or if there are vertical clouds, as all are signs of storms.

 

Buxton Marine – the #1 boat dealer in North Texas – wishes you good times ahead on the lake!