A boat is less likely to sustain damage in the short and the long run if left for long periods on land rather than in the water. On the other hand, since water retains heat longer than air,Boats surrounded by air are more vulnerable to a sudden freeze than boats surrounded by water. Boats kept ashore must be winterized, and it must be done earlier than if they were in the water because dropping temperatures will affect them sooner. Winter can damage the exterior portion of your boat if it is not secluded.
A boat needs tender care, even when it is going to be out of water for winter. When the boat is kept out from water and if it is not used also, shrink wrapping must be performed to prevent damages. Once this structure and covering is completed, a single piece of artificial plastic sheet is cut and drape over the boat. This action secure to the belly line of your boat. The synthetic must then be preserved and heat weld in concert to create a comfy fit around the peak and all sides of your boat.