Boatworks

Shock Absorbed

by Sail Staff, Posted August 11, 2007
Aronowitsch and Lyth AB’s Bungy device provides a simple way to moor and anchor your boat safely and can help tame gybes, too. Simply snap a few Bungys onto your anchor gear and you’re done. When storms hit, Bungys add shock-absorbing stretch to your mooring pennant or anchor rode; each Bungy is designed to regain its shape, without loss of strength, once the force on the lines subsides. Bungys

Compact Fuel Polisher

by Adam Cort, Posted February 14, 2012
KTI Systems has introduced a new line of compact FilterBoss fuel polishing modules (FPM) designed to fit into tight engine compartments and other small onboard spaces.

Cadium-free Anodes

by Adam Cort, Posted October 15, 2012
You can protect the environment while protecting your propeller and shaft from electrochemical corrosion by swapping out your traditional zincs—which contain small amounts of highly toxic cadmium—with cadmium-free aluminum...
Silent Running SR1000 is a nontoxic water-based vibration-absorbing material that you brush, spray or roll on like paint. It works by converting noise and vibration into low-grade heat, which is then dissipated throughout the surface on which it’s been applied.

Ronstan's Battlesticks

by David Schmidt, Posted August 5, 2009
For years, sailors have relied on Ronstan’s alloy Battlesticks to help steer their way through tough starting lines and packed gate roundings. Now Ronstan has unveiled the 2.0 version of the Battlestick, which is built of carbon to shave weight and add strength and stiffness. Each carbon Battlestick is specifically designed and tapered for its length, ensuring maximum

Flexible Epoxy

by Sail Staff, Posted January 9, 2006
Pettit’s FLEXpoxy is a marine-grade epoxy resin that retains a degree of elasticity once it cures, rather than becoming brittle like most other epoxies. Pettit says this property makes it ideal for sealing hull-to-keel joints, as well as for a number of other applications both above and below the waterline on fiberglass, wood, aluminum, or steel boats. It can be drilled, filed, sanded, and

Powered Up

by Sail Staff, Posted February 16, 2007
If you’ve traveled to the world’s exotic ports, odds are good that you’ve experienced troubles accessing shore power. Vectek’s VSP Series II shore-power converter equalizes a boat’s power requirements with available shore power. The VSP Series II accepts multiple power inputs; you determine whether the power supply is one- or three-phrase, and the converter does the rest. The unit also features

See What You're Doing

by Adam Cort, Posted February 14, 2012
DuraLed engine room and utility lighting from Hella marine brightens work areas with an ultra-wide spread of crisp white light, making engine-room work, in particular, both safer and more pleasant.

Grilling Made Simple

by Meredith Laitos, Posted November 18, 2012
There are few things more pleasant than grilling fresh-caught fish off the stern, and few things more unpleasant than scrubbing charcoal off the hull after a rogue wave jostles your grill.

Jamestown Distributor Drainman Automatic Bilge Pump

by SAIL Editors, Posted April 3, 2014
  Drainman bilge pumps keep your dinghy or small boat free of water, without requiring any energy. 
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