Things to Consider When Repairing your Diesel Marine Engines


A diesel engine can be referred to as an internal combustion engine where the fuel ignition gets injected into the combustion chamber. This is brought about by high temperatures of the air let into the cylinder through a process known as mechanical compression. A diesel marine engine, on the other hand, is one which has been adopted for use in water vehicles. When repairing your diesel marine engines, there are a number of things you have to consider.

26 October 2017

Top Tips for Your First BBQ Boat Hire Experience


Hiring a BBQ boat is an excellent way to celebrate special occasions, or to enjoy a day out with family and friends. As the name suggests, these boats feature the space and facilities to enjoy a BBQ while lulling on open water. You can hire them for either a day or a half day, allowing you to tailor the experience to your time constraints. Decide who will share the responsibilities before setting out 

5 September 2017

Four Signs You Want an Inboard Motor Instead of an Outboard Motor

Recreation & Sports Blog

If you are buying a boat, you have to make a number of decisions, including choosing between an inboard motor and an outboard motor. There are pros and cons to both options, and ultimately, the right option for you depends on your situation. Here are a few signs you should opt for an inboard motor: 1. You want to maximise space on the boat. An outboard motor basically hangs off the end of the boat, and some of it takes up room inside the boat.

1 September 2016

The Top 3 Reasons Your Inboard Engine Won't Start


An inboard engine from a company like Mercruiser is a great choice for those who love water sports as it keeps the engine tucked away safely inside the boat itself so it's less of a danger for skiers and anyone being pulled on a raft behind the boat. It may also be quieter and keep fumes away from boat passengers, which is another reason an inboard engine is often preferred over an outboard engine.

7 October 2015