a coast guard chopper picked the five men up within an hour. i was told that several years ago mako used defective materials and this problem occured more than once. since another friend is in the process of repowering an older mako hull i am requesting any information on this problem. underdog: posted 06-15-2004 04:16 pm et us
wood is the traditional boat building material used for hull and spar construction. it is buoyant, widely available and easily worked. it is a popular material for small boats of e.g. 6-metre 20 ft length; such as dinghies and sailboats .
the 'hull truth' forum, how rude november 15th, 2016, 01:22 pm after searching some boating topics a link to a website 'the hull truth' appeared and i signed up.
the hull truth: ebbtide z-trak hull ebbtide builds its z-trak hull with unique double-vented chines that send air under the running surface, reducing speed-robbing drag at two points and producing the distinctive z-shape seen from the side as the boat whizzes past. ebbtide
online articles by david pascoe, marine surveyor on core materials used in boat building industry; composites, balsa core, used in cored hull, cored bottom, cored decks and others.
prior to the development of fiberglass construction techniques, boats were built of wood, steel, and other materials, by assembling pieces and parts into a structure which was then sheathed with a hull. with fiberglass boat building, however, the major components of the boat the hull, deck, liner, and large parts like consolesare molded
the debate over the use of balsa cores in boat bottoms seems recently to have come to an end when, in october, 2002, powerboat reports ran a piece entitled core complaints. purporting to be an editorial, when in fact the piece ran five pages and is a full-blown article, including a response from sea ray to a pbr inquiry for sea ray's response to allegations of serious problems with the use of
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this causes the passive film on the stainless to deteriorate rapidly, which in turn can allow the material to corrode as quickly as regular mild steel. if you must use stainless steel through-hull fittings, they should be marine grade aisi 316 and you need to ensure that only stainless steel or nonmetallic seacocks and valves are fitted to them.
the man known as wiley in the marine industry created and once managed the hull truth boating forum for many years, building it into the largest forum of it's kind. in 2007 wiley sold the hull truth to a large company who, instead of keeping him on-board as discussed, decided to let their own 'team' manage the forum instead.
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from another thread in september, 1983, earl bentz established stratos boats in old hickory, tennessee. bentz had grown up in the marine world, working for his uncle at a his marine dealership in south carolina as a set-up and service person but also helping in the pits at the boat races his uncle was involved in. bentz soon became involved in his own boat racing.
a submarine hull has two major components, the light hull and the pressure hull.the light hull casing in british usage of a submarine is the outer non-watertight hull which provides a hydrodynamically efficient shape.the pressure hull is the inner hull of a submarine that maintains structural integrity with the difference between outside and inside pressure at depth.
heres a great seven trust sheet material diy post from the hull truth www.thehulltruth.com that was written by our customer jared: felt like i should contribute to the forum and will post my experience with doing seven trust myself.
any marine electrical contractor who's ever wired a steel hull will know tho would anyone in their right mind get on a metal huled boat with 240v 110v genset, where the metal hull in contact with the water wasn't grounded? electrolysis, disimilar metals, electrolysis, and wiring vessels, do some homework on it
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a sure way to start a fight on a boating forum is to ask what the best boatbuilding material is. if you do, youll likely be rewarded with a dn-out battle between the metal-heads, the wood lovers and the plastic addicts, running to hundreds of posts before getting either modded or godwinned to oblivion.. the reason nobody ever gets a clear win in these fights is because there is no
you might very well end up with stress cracks or other problems by changing the rigidity of the material. done correctly, wood is probably your best option. as has been stated it should be epoxy coated marine grade w/ good sealant at the transom cap and all through hull fittings. hull truth or iboats are other forums you may wish to search.
strong, durable hull structure hulls and their support systems have to be strong, resist corrosion and last for years, extending into decades. tracker hulls and interior structures are made from the toughest boat aluminum of all: 5052 h34 marine-grade alloy with magnesium for corrosion resistance.