Family owned Swedish Volvo Penta dealer, Ringens Varv, share their 15 top tips for getting the most out of your boating experience. With more than 130 years of experience in boat building they really are the experts.

Volvo Penta dealer shares top 15 boating tips

Founded in 1887, Ringens Varv shipyard, in Marstrand, Bohuslän, is one of the oldest boatyards in the region. Initially, the yard specialised in building fishing boats then expanded into motorized vessels. In 1973, Volvo Penta bought the shipyard and converted it into a specially adapted yard for the service and maintenance of recreational boats. Since 2001, Ringens Varv has been owned and operated by Peter and Pernilla Lind. Today, Ringens Varv is a repair yard for leisure boats and functions as one of Volvo Penta’s authorized dealers.

“As a dealer we always want what’s best for our customers,” explains Pernilla. “We work hard to provide the best service and advice so that our customer can enjoy boating in a safe and comfortable way.”

The Linds possess a real passion for their customers and as winners of Volvo Penta’s dealer of the year, who better to help you get the best boating experience?

Before you go out on the water
To help you prepare for going out on the water, it’s a good idea check everything’s in good working order. Check your fuel levels and make sure all safety equipment is onboard is accounted for

Before you go out on the water

When you are out on the water
When you’re out on the water you’ll want to have a clean boat hull, make sure that you are using the correct propellers and utilize the right features to boost your boat’s performance.

When you are out on the water

For service & support
After boating it is a good idea to think about upkeep and maintenance. Keep your engine room clean and dry. Stay up to date with your engine service schedule.  You can connect with your Volvo Penta dealer by using the Easy Connect App.

For service & support

We hope that these tips will help to enhance your boating experience and enjoy more time out on the water.

Source : Volvo Penta