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Top 10 BoatUS videos of 2022

by BoatUS 29 Dec 2022 17:21 UTC
“How To Back a Boat Trailer Into a Driveway 90 Degrees” was a popular BoatUS YouTube video in 2022 © Scott Croft

BoatUS Magazine, the membership publication of the Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), continued to grow its educational boating video library on YouTube during 2022 by earning nearly 2 million views - translating to around 80,000 hours spent watching BoatUS videos.

While the national advocacy, services and safety group would never recommend anyone watch even a fraction of that total, it was noted that BoatUS video "Shorts," which are vertical-format videos under one minute, made up two-thirds of the 2022 BoatUS top 10 most-watched videos. The @BoatUS YouTube Channel also reached nearly 60,000 subscribers in 2022.

Here are the Top 10 BoatUS videos added in 2022:

  1. How to Back a Boat Trailer 90 Degrees Into a Driveway
  2. New Disposable Fire Extinguisher Regulations
  3. What's the Difference Between Outboard Trim & Tilt?
  4. This One Secret Will Improve Your Boat Docking 1000%
  5. Master the Pivot Turn in a Single Engine Outboard Boat
  6. Tie a Bowline Knot
  7. How to Coil Rope or Line
  8. Tie a Boat Fender Using a Clove Hitch
  9. Dock a Twin Engine Powerboat
  10. Do This One Thing After Every Boat Outing
View these videos on the Top 10 BoatUS Videos Of 2022 playlist on YouTube.

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