Come See us at the Huntington Harbor Yacht Club Boat Show on June 3rd and 4th located on Pacific Coast Hwy and Warner Ave. 3821 WARNER AVENUE HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92649 http://www.hhyc.org See you there!
Why have a Checklist? The US Coast Guard Recommends a Checklist. This is needed for your boat in which can save lives. You will prevent catastrophic issues when you have a Checklist. You are saving yourself Stress and as well as major headaches by having this Checklist. Departure Checklist Click
WHICH NUT FIRST? Although it’s not a hard and fast rule, propeller nuts are frequently available in two thicknesses or heights: full height and half height. The American Boat and Yacht Council, using Society of Automotive Engineers’ references, refers to these components as the “jam nut (thin)” and “plain nut
Boat Safety is a great topic to review when Spring is approaching and the Summer is Near. Boat Owners need to look for the Following: The Ball Valves – You need operate the Valve by opening and closing. The Thru-hulls – You need to make sure they are clear. Check
Obtaining an Oil Analysis gives an “Inside” view as to what is going on with an engine. It can be any kind of engine that you want to know, prior to purchasing what is going on. for example, had a client that was purchasing a vessel that had twin Detroit’s.6-71s.
Obtaining Certification such as the ABYC Certification from ABYC is obtaining one of the highest recognition from an organization that “is” the standard for boat builders, commercial, pleasure and the U.S. Coast Guard. George Malhiot has obtained that certification from ABYC in Vessel Systems. You know when you hire a
Surveyors have extensive training and experience in the specific field in which it also includes expensive yearly membership with associations that self police the industry in which protects you, the buyer, owner and seller of a vessel. The amount of travel and hours also dictate the cost along with the
Check on your vessel as soon as possible. I have been on the water and in the marina and found many boats getting beat up. The canvas and isinglass torn or flapping in the wind. Also wind driven waves sometimes if the exhaust flaps are non-existent or the scuppers are
Greetings, As the unusual weather hits, high winds, large amount of rain, it’s best to take time to visit your vessel. Stuff can happen, if you don’t have time, have a service go do it for you. It’s important to make sure your vessel is powered up, all canvas are
AIMU Recommends those who have been Certified by Navtech and who’s a member of the USSA. Please see the link provided. http://www.aimu.org/aimusurveyorsmenu/pleasurecraftsurveyors.html Copy and right click for this link, you will see that we are one of three that are recommended.