The time and effort you spend now prepping your boat for the winter will have a definite impact on your boat's performance, or lack of it, come spring. (And keep in mind that your insurance policy may not cover damage done by lack of maintenance or neglect.)
The best place for your boat to be during the winter is out of the water, under cover, in a climate-controlled boat storage area. This, however, can be expensive. If don't have this option, consider shrink-wrapping your boat. This, too, is a little expensive but provides a very protective cover. Short of these two possibilities, make sure that your boat is well covered with a tarp or some other sturdy cover.
Your first step in winterizing should be to make a checklist of all items that need to be accomplished. (Head over to Discover Boating for a good list of general procedures to follow.) Also, don't forget to also check the owner's manual of both your boat and motor for manufacturer's recommendations on winterization.
In the meantime, we can help.
Before you wrap your boat for the season, get her in top-notch shape.
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