For some reason, there are feelings of leisure and luxury that’s associated with being on the water. Maybe it’s because when you’re out on the water you virtually have no care in the world. You’re away from your problems and are left with the serenity of the ocean, lake, or river. Whatever the reason is, most people will be naturally drawn to it. Which is why starting a business out on the water would likely be the best investment you could ever make in your life. And what better way to receive a steady flow of money than to start your own water taxi service? Owning your own water taxi service definitely has its perks. The main one being that you’ll almost always have someone wanting a ride. Of course, this is only a guarantee if you’re near a source of water surrounded by a bustling community. Some examples would be Miami’s Intracoastal and beaches and Washington D.C.’s Anacostia River.
Last time we spoke about how to perform proper maintenance on your RIB for the longevity of your product. At Hysucat, we want to make sure that you enjoy your RIB as long as possible and keep its high performance lasting forever. Here are more tips into how you can take care of your RIB. Proper Maintenance Engine and Battery Maintenance Another important feature in maintaining your RIB is making sure that you do NOT store your boat with fuel still in its system. Doing this can cause a separation of oil and gas due to the two-stroke engine and possibly condensation, leading to serious problems later on. Drain the fuel using a freshwater source for the cooling system and make sure to disconnect the fuel line as the engine is running. To ensure that the engine is completely free of any saltwater, flush your engine with fresh water. Doing this will ensure that your engine will not corrode. A
Bering 70 recently made a cruising from Antalya to Cyprus. The distance of more than 420 km was passed within 26 hours. We left the port of Kemer at 6 p.m. on Friday and following by the full moon started our journey across the absolutely calm sea. It was a wonderful luck that the weather in the middle of January was sunny and the predictions promised that the sea would be smooth for a several days. The aim of this journey was to deliver the demo version of Hysucat RIB 28 to be available for sea trials in Cyprus. Hysucat 28 is 8.5 m length RIB. Fuel capacity – 60 gal. (227 litres) Maximum speed – 60 Mph (52 knots). The plan was to get inside Hysucat and to cross the distance of 100 km left in an hour and a half while Bering 70 would continue to cross it at its cruising speed of 8 knots. Bering 70 provided
Maintaining your rigid inflatable boat, or RIB is key to ensuring that it stays looking and functioning like new for years to come. Even if your RIB is frequently deployed in saltwater, with a little tender loving care, it can stay in tip-top shape and performance. At Hysucat, we pride ourselves on being the top manufacturer of RIBs in the United States and beyond. When you purchase one of our RIBs, we want you to prepare you to keep the boat around as long as possible. In this two-part post from the Hysucat blog, we’ll go over some tips for maintaining your Hysucat RIB so it can be around as long as possible. Clean Your RIB Regularly This is such an important part of maintaining the look of your RIB. Especially if you use your boat in saltwater, cleaning it is one of the most critical aspects of owning a boat. For new boat owners, this can be a lot
Rigid Inflatable Boats, or RIBs, are a great choice for those interested in getting into boating, but not spending tons of money on their boat. These smaller, inflatable boats can be used for a number of purposes. At Hysucat, our RIBs are a great choice for use as workboats, fishing vessels, and more. In this post from the Hysucat blog, we’ll go over a few tips for purchasing a RIB. If you’ve never purchased a boat, there are a few things to consider that may not have crossed your mind. Continue reading to learn more!
Why Can’t Standard Boats Go As Fast As Cars? Have you ever been curious as to why a powerful, recreational boat can’t make the same speed as a standard car? The answer lies in friction. A standard car only needs a bit more than one hundred horsepower to reach one hundred miles an hour, but getting a boat to do that same speed through the water takes a few hundred or more horsepower. Why is this the case? Primarily, it’s because water is about a whopping eight hundred times denser than air. Imagine standing on a dock in ten knots of wind. That’s a relatively simple thing for any person to accomplish. Now imagine standing in a river in ten knots of current. Regardless of how strong you are, you’ll be swept away by the force of the current. This is due to the density of the water. The hull of a boat has to push through tons of dense