Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Return of The Port Huron Boat Festival

The Port Huron Boat Festival is back this weekend! After a bit of a hiatus for the past few years, it has finally returned, and it’s better than ever. Officially, we can mention the Blue Water Antique and Classic Boat … Continue reading

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The Importance of Proper Propeller Pitch

Propeller pitch is the measurement of how much a propeller will move forward with one complete turn through the full 360 degrees. Pitch is also used for other pieces of equipment and tools that use rotation to move, such as screws. … Continue reading

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Marine Propellers 101

Being as how we are a manufacturer of propellers, we thought you might enjoy a brief introduction to marine propellers! We think this stuff is fascinating, so hopefully you’ll find something interesting here. As you probably know, a propeller is … Continue reading

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New Catamaran Sails on Solar Power

Lots of companies are doing great new things with solar power. Boats that run on solar power are starting to become feasible. Think of all the advantages: no fumes from the fuel, less engine noise, no fuel stops or fuel … Continue reading

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Avoiding Manatees with Your Boat

As we all know, the venerable Manatee, or Sea Cow, is under considerable stress from human activity. The Miami Herald reports that the Manatee death rate hit a record high in 2009 (that report isn’t all bad news though—the total … Continue reading

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