Technical

It’s A Vinyl Wrap

Boat wraps protect fiberglass from ultraviolet light-affected fading and scratches, while being easier and less expensive to repair than paint and gel coat. Rob Brampton of

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All About Anodes

We have all heard techie boaters refer to the terms “sacrificial anode” or “martyr anode”. As the terms suggest, they are alloys that sacrifice themselves

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Thoughts of a Yacht Designer

Misha Merzliakov is a yacht designer based in Brisbane. Born in Sydney and raised in Brisbane, he lived abroad and in Sydney before returning home

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10 Steps to Replace Trailer Wheel Bearings

Just as we do with our car every six or so months, we need to service trailers. Boat trailers need service most especially because of

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What Floats Your Boat

Since 2006, all new recreational boats under six (6) metres in length must achieve either basic or level flotation. This required many manufacturers to increase

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Designing Boat Interiors

Boats provide many options for decorating, especially those with interior cabins. These spaces can be decorated with your own personal style, much like a room

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Don’t Buy A Lemon

A marine survey is the detailed inspection, survey or examination of a marine vessel conducted by a certified marine surveyor in order to assess, monitor

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Measures From The Outside

Gobius level indicator kits are different. This innovative patented product is the only one like it in the market. No drilling, no screws – in

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Pumps Built Tough

KOVA Pumps are magnetic-drive technologies that keep the motor completely separated from the liquid end of the pump. No shaft means less moving parts, which

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Foul Release Coating

Energy savings are achieved by maintaining smooth underwater hull and propeller surfaces. Presence of fouling on propellers is detrimental to performance. Even low levels of

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