What can be two of the more embarrassing events in a boaters life, backing down a boat ramp, or docking a large twin screw boat? One of the better sites I have seen for new boaters is Boating with the Dawson’s. I don’t know the Dawson’s but I have used their product. They have excellent videos and electronic booklets on a number of issues new boat owners may have. The best thing, they write for your specific type of boat. Be it a runabout with a single outboard motor, or a larger twin screw boat. You can find information on docking a boat, backing a trailered boat, tips for the First Mate. It’s all here at a very inexpensive cost for you to take advantage of. I came across this site a few years ago simply by accident after moving from sailboats to a twin screw power boat. The common sense approach gave me much more confidence and knowledge of what can be done with that type of vessel. After my computer crashed a note to them on my new computer and I had a new link to reload the information, so great customer service and a great product, what more can you ask for?