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VHF radio (marine radio) on yacht & boat - VHF radio on board

VHF radio (marine radio) has been one of the most important means of communication on yachts for many years and will not be replaced by cell phones in the foreseeable future. Especially in maritime emergencies or when registering in marinas, the radio is clearly superior because automatically all ships in the vicinity can listen in and possibly give quick assistance....

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Catamaran vs. monohull yacht

When choosing the right yacht for your vacation, you need to consider many things. How big should the ship be, how many berths should be available? Does the crew want to sail actively, or rather relax in the sun? Do the sailors want to sail to a harbor for the night, or would they rather stay in a romantic anchorage?...

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Volvo Penta IPS System:

Whoever wants to buy a motor yacht is often faced with the choice of the right drive. In addition to the size of the yacht, the type of use and performance, the buyer should also consider the various types of drive available on the market before making the purchase in order to avoid disappointment later on. What are the advantages...

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AIS - maximum safety at sea

AIS (Automatic Identification System) is a transponder system as it has been known from aviation for a long time. Since December 2000, it has been chosen by the IMO as a mandatory standard and provides accurate data on the status of an AIS-equipped vessel to all other vessels in the vicinity. AIS equipment In principle, AIS equipment can be distinguished...

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Power management / power consumption on a boat or yacht: solar power system

If you are going on a trip with your yacht, you should be familiar with your boat, the traffic rules, navigation and the weather. For sailors in particular, it is also essential to be familiar with the power consumption on board if the trip is to be a success. Many charter skippers are not sufficiently aware of the fact that...

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Watermaker for boat and yacht: fresh water on demand

Fresh water is a precious commodity on board. By installing a watermaker, yacht owners generate their own water. This saves the hassle of lugging water bottles and makes them less dependent on the supply stations in the harbors. SeaHelp explains for whom the installation of a watermaker is worthwhile. After a refreshing swim in the sea, reaching for the shower...

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