Four Tips To Keep Your Boat Looking Great All Season Long

by Ryan Taffet on 19. Jun, 2018

This is the time of year we’ve all been waiting for. The boat is in the water, fishing is beginning to heat up. Prime time canyon fishing is right around the corner. If you’re like me you probably started the season by putting a great deal of work into (or spending a great deal of money on) a complete detail for your boat. As we all know, boats take a great deal of abuse over the season and that detail won’t last forever. With that in mind, here are my top four tips to keep your boat looking great all season long.

The SWITLIK Difference--Quality

by Danielle Connelly on 13. Jun, 2018

Every day, people depend worldwide on our line of premium survival products in the most demanding conditions, from Mach speeds at 30,000 feet to the open seas during hurricanes. With others’ lives in our hands, we adhere to the strictest markers of quality, AS 9100D which satisfies DOD, NASA and FAA quality requirements. AS9100 is the quality management standard for the aviation, space, and defense industries; the highest level of quality control approvals. Adhering to this standard is mandatory for all of our military products. However, we take that quality standard one step further and voluntarily impose the same quality requirements on all of our products.

Preparing to Sail Offshore

by Danielle Connelly on 11. Jun, 2018

You’ve thought about it for years and the time has finally come, to begin your formal preparations for offshore travel. Hopefully you’ll get to share this experience with others, either family members or workers that will make up your crew. Preparation leads to confidence, which is exactly what you’ll need when sailing offshore. You have a good idea of what you need to do to prepare for your trip but, what does it take to get your crew prepared for offshore sailing?

Sailing with Pets

by Danielle Connelly on 05. Jun, 2018 in Marine

Like everything else with sailing, sailing with pets can be quite enjoyable, with the proper planning. Planning begins well in advance of your trip and we’ve broken down some critical items to consider into three main categories.

A Day in the Life of SWITLIK—Engineering

by Danielle Connelly on 29. May, 2018

When it comes to manufacturing life saving equipment than people around the world rely on, every role at SWITLIK makes a difference. In this Day in the Life Series, we take a look at what Mechanical Engineer, Zack Caruso does in his role.


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