January 23rd, 2015
Your boat is more than just a fun “toy” you get to enjoy from time to time. Your boat is an important investment, and like all of your other investments, you want to make sure you protect your boat.
While many people choose to use a tarp to cover their boats, custom-made (or even off-the-shelf) boat covers are a better way to protect your investment, whether during off-season or just to keep debris off your shelf in between your outings. And while some boat owners use shrink-wrap during longer interims of non-use, boat covers are reusable. Here are 5 things to look for when buying boat covers in Sydney.
December 26th, 2014
The lucky owners of private yachts have always had it a tad more glamorous than common tourists, and some of the world’s most spectacular travel destinations got their reputation thanks to the vision of greatness they form when approached slowly, by boat. Thailand’s incredible web of islands and coasts is one of these fabulous mariner webs, and this is a guide to making the most out of your yacht vacation in its waters.
Deciding on a route can be very challenging. There are so many incredible places beckoning to wayfarers to come and see what is on the offer. The Andaman Sea sailing route involves more than a few islands whichever way you take it, and it is very important to carefully pick a starting point. The ideal trip that won’t wear you down is one where you visit several of the smaller islands and stay on the yacht for the time being, but as you approach Phuket or someplace as large and inclusive, you could live in a villa for a period, the rentals are varied and befitting all demographics, and the scenery is as darling as it would have been on a boat, but significantly more comfortable and roomy.
December 15th, 2014
Sailing is now considered to be quite different from the ancestor’s period before the revolution of polyester. Shape has been most significant factor in the sail efficiency and time when you select your suitable canvas for conditions that pulled them up and also sheeted it in. Few cruising sails still are made with it. The maximum and the greatest camber of the sail must be forward to some extent of middle of their cross-section. So, practice this also differ to the degree with kind of sail it is so how hard wind gets blowing.
Moreover, power of the aerofoil also depends upon their depth of the curvature; hence the baggy sail would also drive you in the light airs far effectively than the flat one. When the breeze gets hardens, power of fullcut sail becomes quite great for boat. It should be then reefed and flattened if it is possible; and changed for different sail.