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  1. Hi there, I am new to boating and just ordered a 21' H2O. To somehow get over the awful waiting time I am checking on Marinas. The first marina I checked stated that office hours are from 8-5 and that hauling is until 3.30pm. I was honestly quite shocked. 3.30??? Including weekends... what's normal for South Florida? And how does it usually work with leaving the boat on the dock at night and flushing the engine, etc.? Thank you all in advance! Phil
  2. So I got a GoPro for Christmas along with a few mounts. Can't wait for the season and to try out some of the angles some of you have displayed. But what I really want is a Quadcopter! I've flown model aircraft on and off for years. I'm still not that great with them, and I have learned that even with the stable nature of the quadcopters out there today, I'm not about to mount an expensive GoPro to a quadcopter and fly over water just yet. So I'm starting small. Bought a Syma X5C quadcopter with camera for about $65 on Amazon. Obviously the video quality can't compete with GoPro, but I figured it's a good way to start learning how to fly a quadcopter and gain the experience and confidence necessary to eventually upgrade to a Phantom and carry the GoPro. So I went out to the marina this past cold and windy Saturday. This quadcopter is very, very light and the wind speed was well over what I would consider optimal. I started it over the dock (upwind) so that any crashes would happen on land. Here's the edited product: