You may have purchased a new vessel or are moving to a larger vessel with twin inboards. Docking a
twin engine vessel is different than handling a single and I have created a lens, <a href="http://www.squidoo.com/twinengineboathandling"
target="_blank">Twin Engine Boat Handling.</a>
Excerpt from my lens:
Rule 1 for beginners:
Neutral is your best friend - especially as the size and weight of the vessel increases it is important to
keep the speed of the vessel at the minimum required to retain control. Speed is your enemy and when you
go into gear only stay in gear 1 - 2 seconds. This will prevent the vessel from gathering speed which
gives you less time to react and think. Usually the objective is to coast the vessel to its berth. When you
have 65,000 lbs. under you, that is a lot of momentum.