Boats

A Yacht surveyor is crucial if you want to invest in a yacht

By: Jessica Thomson | Dec 20, 2011 If you are considering making the investment to buy a yacht then it is absolutely essential to get a yacht surveyor to look at the boat before you buy it.

The Various Types Of Roll On-Roll Off Ships

By: Zam Vincent Zaragoza | Dec 12, 2011 Vehicles carried as shipment on oceangoing ships were treated like all other packages. Cars had their gasoline or diesel tanks emptied as well as their battery packs disconnected before being hoisted into the ship’s hold, where by they were chocked and properly secured.

Pros and Cons of Stainless Steel Boat Propellers

By: Jessica Thomson | Nov 26, 2011 A propeller is a type of fan that produces thrust from its rotational motion. Stainless steel or aluminum is the two main ingredients used to make the boat propellers. In the recent times, the steel propellers are preferred more over the aluminum ones.

Rev Up your Water Vehicles with Acme Propellers

By: Jessica Thomson | Nov 23, 2011 When it comes to propellers, Acme is one of the best in the business. Propellers are perhaps one of the most important features on any vehicle that runs in the water. Whether a small speed boat or a giant ship, everything depends upon the propeller.

Rear Boat Loader - Your Friend In Waters

By: jeffery | Nov 18, 2011 There are many people in this world to rely on a Rear Boat Loader for a different reason. According to most of them, it serves as a blessing-in-disguise for them. It serves as the perfect device through which they can undertake transportation of several types of water vessels.

Hints For Finding A Eco Friendly Dry Cleaner

By: Johny | Nov 15, 2011 In order to keep our own clothes clean every one of us want to acquire dry cleaning service on usual basis.

Understanding the Recreational Craft Directive

By: Mark Brown | Nov 15, 2011 In relation to RCD, each craft should also meet Essential Requirements (EC), which include durability and strength of the boat during construction, identification marks, handling, installations of different systems, and the owner’s papers.

Behind the Scenes in Building and Certifying a Boat

By: Mark Brown | Nov 15, 2011 The risks involved in sailing and boating increase with the boat’s inefficient design. Thousands of cases of sinking were reported to have been caused by poorly constructed and managed boats.

A Practical Guide in Buying a Boat

By: Mark Brown | Nov 15, 2011 Boating is a timeless recreational activity for people living near bodies of water. Whether for fishing or for sailing, this can be a fun activity for the family and friends during weekends or holidays.

CE Marking Paperwork: ‘Name Tags’ for All Kinds of Boats

By: Mark Brown | Nov 15, 2011 Getting your private yacht approved for travel in beautiful Europe is only a matter of doing the right paperwork. Before you can set sail for European waters, there are a number of things, mainly regarding the condition of your craft, which you need to answer.
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