Revolutionary Boating Gear

From the newswires comes word of a rotomolded plastic apparatus that could change the face of boating. This cylindrical device has an enclosed bottom designed to contain viscous liquids. With this gear, called a “bucket” in layman’s terms, a boater can keep water in a contained area for use in cleaning or dousing situations. For [...]

24th April 2010.
By Pete McDonald

The revolutionary bucket.

From the newswires comes word of a rotomolded plastic apparatus that could change the face of boating. This cylindrical device has an enclosed bottom designed to contain viscous liquids. With this gear, called a “bucket” in layman’s terms, a boater can keep water in a contained area for use in cleaning or dousing situations. For the desperate, it also doubles as a portable marine sanitation device. Check your local marine supply store for further inquiry.


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Pete McDonald is a contributing editor to Power & Motoryacht. Previously, he spent 11 years on the editorial staff of Boating. He has won multiple writing awards and holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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Revolutionary Boating Gear

From the newswires comes word of a rotomolded plastic apparatus that could change the face of boating. This cylindrical device has an enclosed bottom designed to contain viscous liquids. With this gear, called a “bucket” in layman’s terms, a boater can keep water in a contained area for use in cleaning or dousing situations. For [...]

24th April 2010.
By Pete McDonald

The revolutionary bucket.

From the newswires comes word of a rotomolded plastic apparatus that could change the face of boating. This cylindrical device has an enclosed bottom designed to contain viscous liquids. With this gear, called a “bucket” in layman’s terms, a boater can keep water in a contained area for use in cleaning or dousing situations. For the desperate, it also doubles as a portable marine sanitation device. Check your local marine supply store for further inquiry.


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About the author:

Pete McDonald

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Pete McDonald is a contributing editor to Power & Motoryacht. Previously, he spent 11 years on the editorial staff of Boating. He has won multiple writing awards and holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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