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Everglades Boats Owners' Manuals
Everglades Boats Warranties
Everglades builds the finest family fishing boats on the water and we are proud to stand behind them with one of the best warranties in the industry. Every Everglades boat is backed by our 10-year, non-declining, fully transferable warranty.
Email customer service for any warranty questions.
Everglades Boats Warranty Tranfers
The Everglades Warranty Team works with our dealers to support all Everglades Customers. Those who have purchased a pre-owned Everglades boat have the opportunity to transfer the remaining warranty in accordance with our current Warranty Terms and Conditions. There is a transfer fee based on the boat model, which needs to be registered within 30 days of the purchase. If you have any questions regarding the Warranty Terms & Conditions and/or the Warranty Transfer, please contact us at, 386-409-2202.
- Inspect all fuel connections.
- Inspect all steering connections.
- Inspect and check connections on batteries.
- Inspect all hoses to check for leaks or faults.
- Inspect props and lower units for damage or excessive wear.
- Inspect waste system for correct operation.
- Wax & polish all stainless steel parts.
- Check and grease all seals in access hatches/deck plates.
- Wax hull with fiberglass wax to maintain hull luster.
- Wax all powder coat parts.
- Add fuel stabilizer if storing vessel for more than seven days.
- Refer to engine manufacturer for maintenance schedule.
- Cycle all ball valves open/closed to ensure working condition.
- Check and/or clean battery post connections.
- After usage, wash exterior of boat with boat soap and fresh water.
- Wipe down with a soft cloth to eliminate water spots.
- Flush motor/generator with fresh water. NOTE: never directly spray motors, components or electrical wiring.
How To Care For Your Boat
- At least once a season, wash and wax all exposed fiberglass surfaces to extend the life of the gel coat finish or paint.
- Never use the windshield wiper if the windshield is not wet. Dried salt or dirt on the windshield can scratch the glass.
- Never apply wax or buffing compound to a gel coat surface in direct sunlight.
- Never use any polish containing lemon or lemon scents on vinyl. The lemon juice will attack the vinyl and shorten its life.
- Sun tan oil, lotions, waxes and polishes contain oils and dyes that can cause stiffening and staining of vinyls.
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