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Boat Knives


Discover our comprehensive collection of boat knives at Heinnie Haynes, designed to meet the demands of boating enthusiasts, sailors, fishermen, and anyone taking a boat out to sea.    Precision and flexibility are key when it comes to filleting fish onboard. Choose fillet knives with sh… Read more

Discover our comprehensive collection of boat knives at Heinnie Haynes, designed to meet the demands of boating enthusiasts, sailors, fishermen, and anyone taking a boat out to sea. 

 

Precision and flexibility are key when it comes to filleting fish onboard. Choose fillet knives with sharp, thin blades and comfortable grip to make quick and easy work of cleaning your catch.

 

Folding Pocket Knives are compact and versatile, fantastic at tackling various tasks onboard, from cutting lines to preparing meals. Opt for models with locking mechanisms and rust-resistant materials for durability.

 

Built for underwater use, dive knives are essential for divers and snorkelers for cutting through lines, nets, and other obstacles. Look for corrosion-resistant blades and secure sheaths for safe storage.

 

Saltwater exposure is inevitable on boats, so prioritise knives made from materials that resist corrosion and maintain sharpness. Always consider the tasks you'll be performing when choosing the blade length and shape. Longer blades are ideal for slicing through larger objects, while serrated edges excel at cutting through ropes.

 

A secure grip is crucial, especially when working in wet or slippery conditions. Look for knives with ergonomic handles made from non-slip materials for enhanced safety.

 

Proper maintenance is essential to prolong the lifespan of your boat knife and ensure optimal performance. Rinse your knife with fresh water after each use to remove salt and debris, and periodically apply lubricant to moving parts. Store your knife in a dry, ventilated area to prevent rust and corrosion.

 

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