PYI Inc.

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PYI Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality marine, boat, yacht, and ship equipment and supplies. PYI quickly responds to our customer's ideas and needs. Since 1981, PYI has never forgotten that our company cannot exist without our customers. Our goal is to provide quality as well as innovative marine equipment with an unsurpassed level of customer service. Our track record speaks for itself... Ask a fellow boater.

PSS Shaft Seals

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The PSS Shaft Seal is the #1 selling marine mechanical seal worldwide and is installed as standard equipment by many of the worlds most reputable boat builders and boat yards. The PSS Shaft Seal is also recognized as the premiere retrofit (aftermarket) seal on the world market.

Boat builders and boat yards recognize the advantages and value of installing the PSS as it eliminates the maintenance, constant adjustment and cost associated with traditional type of packing glands. Aside from these benefits, the PSS Shaft Seal helps to eliminate water in the bilge (100% water tight) and wear to the propeller shaft. Any vessel can easily be retrofitted with a PSS Shaft Seal, and is available for shafts ranging from 3/4” to 6-1/2” (20mm to 150mm).  

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Max-Prop

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Max-Prop has led the low drag propeller market for 40 years and is still the leader today. Since starting production in the 1970's Max-Prop has proven itself on racing and cruising boats around the world. With over 50,000 propellers in the water, the Max-Prop is tested daily in the harshest conditions and has established itself as the most efficient and reliable low drag propeller.

The combination of low drag, outstanding reverse power, efficient forward performance, and fail-safe design makes Max-Prop the ideal sailboat propeller on the market today. Now with the recent introduction of the Whisper, and the Boomerang models, Max-Prop has taken a further lead over the competition in the propulsion of sailboats.

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Low Drag - Improve the vessel's sailing speed by an average of 15% above a conventional fixed blade propeller

Reliability - About 32,000 Max-props are in operation today!

Versatility - The Max-Prop offers the possibility of pitch adjustment without external controls

Cruising - The 3, 4 or 5 blade Max-Prop is the propeller of choice for the cruising sailor. The combination of low drag, increased speed, outstanding backing power, safety and maneuvering, makes the Max-Prop the ideal cruising propeller.

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Fendertex Fenders   

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Fendertex® is the only manufacturer of inflatable textile fenders for the yachting market. The Fendertex® standard line offers cylindrical, spherical, and tandem fenders. Fendertex® also offers a wide range of customizable textile fenders and accessories.

  • Lightest fender in the world
  • Outer shell made of one piece knitted engineered textile
  • Can be deflated and rolled for stowage
  • Built to withstand an immense amount of pressure
  • Automatically adapts to temperature swings
  • Available in three standard shapes and nine standard colors
  • Customized sizes, colors, and embroidery options available
  • Available accessories include fender covers, sheathed D-rings, braidlines, flatlines, ropes, pumps and custom embroidery
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