Archive for March, 2011
Climb aboard the Virginian for $249,000, a vessel built by Van Lent in 1990. Famous for its design and technical capabilities, this ship is also equipped with an on-deck Jacuzzi, a mosaic octopus in the master bathroom, abundant dining space, a bar and a lavish library. Its generously-sized deck also allows for sunbathing, games and parties.
With six cabins to accommodate up to 12 guests, this 203-foot yacht is the perfect luxury vessel for a family vacation. This ship also features an impressive gym to keep its guests in tip-top shape. At night passengers will comfortably slip into their spacious state rooms or find comfort in the many lounging areas inside as well as outside.
It’s likely that a ship of this magnitude calls upon the clean power of Yamalube 2W oil!
Constructed by Perini Navi, Atmosphere offer 174 feet of divine luxury and can be rented by the week for a mere $210,000. Just kidding; while the rental price is accurate the cost can be described as anything but minor. However, if you have this kind of money to spare I would consider climbing aboard for an elite at-sea vacation.
The Atmosphere may accommodate up to 14 guests and can transform from a first-rate family destination into a well-equipped business center to satisfy both leisurely pleasures and business needs. Another unique feature of this vessel is the Turkish bath it offers in addition to a Jacuzzi pool, a sauna and a main salon. And, of course, the ship is satellite-ready to power conference calls, the internet and they typical TV, DVD and stereo system.
I can only imagine that a ship of this magnitude relies on the clean power of Yamalube 2M oil!
Built by Abeking & Rasmussen, Excellence III is a lavish yacht that can be chartered for the Mediterranean or Caribbean waterways for $365,000 to $385,000 per week. This ship was designed to lavishly accommodate 12 passengers in six guest cabins, four of which offer king-size sleeping amenities.
Aboard this yacht guest will enjoy the option to dine on deck with a cozy canopied eating area, which provided breathtaking views of the surrounding waters, or inside seated at the 12-person grand dining table that delivers sophistication beyond imagination. Passengers may also partake in two windsurfers, two kayaks, two 800hp wave runners, water skis and other various water sport equipment. Indoors the luxury continues with the delivery of an LNN music system, a flat-screen plasma TV in each master cabin, a gymnasium, a steam shower and a sky lounge, which is convertible into a full theater.
Top tier ships like this most certainly rely on the efficient power of Evinrude XD 50 oil.
Many Americans have experienced the at-sea luxury and excitement offered by a voyage of the big blue ocean waters when aboard a cruise ship. However, it is only a handful of elite individuals who can afford the prime elegance and sophistication of a private yacht that brings marine fantasy to life. This week we will begin to highlight the top 12 yachts of the world that provide first-class luxury and state-of-the-art technology for those who aren’t burdened by a hefty price.
Coming in at number 12, the Sea Dream is a prime option for those whose bank accounts are overflowing with riches; charter this mighty vessel for $315,000 to $700,000 per week and you may discover what this 344-foot yacht has to offer. Guests will be pleased to partake in astonishing views, a dining salon, a cocktail bar, a library stocked with many games, an Asian spa, three steam showers, a sauna, a 195 square foot living room and the list goes on.
It’s likely that a ship of this magnitude calls upon the clean power of Evinrude XD 100 oil!
Last, but certainly not least, the cooling system of a boat engine is necessary for proper operation. However, where most other parts or functions of a boat engine are similar to that of an automobile engine, the cooling system is actually quite different. For a boat engine, raw water is pumped directly from the ocean, river or lake in which the boat is currently resting.
This water is then channeled through the engine block’s water jacket and is then circulated by the water pump where the water then flows into the risers. These specialty devices mix the boat exhaust with the water and the exhaust then forces the hot water back into the lake. And there you have it, in five days we have covered the basic parts of any boat engine so that, hopefully, you know a little more about its inner workings.
Keep your boat engine happy, clean and powerful with Evinrude XD 50 oil.
Compression within the boat engine is yet another essential part of maintaining a steady operating vessel. The compression is more of an action that a specific part of the engine. Here are the basic steps that need to occur to ensure the proper compression within the boat engine takes place:
• The cylinder must not leak any power when the spark ignites the fuel
• The rings around the piston must press against the cylinder wall exactly
• The valve seats must fit exactly in their guides
The timing must be exact in all areas and the parts may not be worn down or damaged, otherwise the engine will not run at full power. However, you can help things along with the clean power of Yamalube 2W oil.
Fuel delivery is an essential part of ensuring the operation ability of any boat engine. The purpose of this system is to mix together air and the fuel and then meter this mixture to the cylinder for ignition. There are two different types of fuel delivery methods that may be used in a boat engine: fuel injection or a carbureted system.
Both systems serve the same purpose; they just operate a little differently. But let’s focus on the properties they have in common. When a piston in pulled downward in the cylinder, the intake valve is opened and air is then pulled into the intake manifold. The fuel is then combined with air as it passes through the open valve into the cylinder. This process is also controlled by the timing shaft.
Clean and powerful engines prefer Yamalube 2M oil to ensure smooth sailings.
Yesterday we began to discuss the basic parts of a boat engine, starting with the ignition system, in an effort to educate boat owners on the basic functions of their boat. Don’t forget that understanding the primary design and purpose of the essential parts of your boat will only help keep you out of the repair shop if something is to go wrong with the operating system of the boat.
The overview of the ignition system ended yesterday with the power stroke being called into action by a spark igniting the fuel in the cylinder. The entire process that was outlined yesterday is timed by the rotation of the cam shaft raising and lowering the intake valves. Then, turned in perfect time with the intakes valves and , the belt from the cam shaft turns the device inside the distributor. In conclusion, if any parts of the engine fail, the boat engine will run poorly or not at all.
However, you can ensure a smoother running engine with Evinrude XD 50 oil.
Doesn’t it make sense to say that you would save yourself plenty of time and money if you knew the basic mechanics of the design and function of your car? Well, the same can be said for your boat. Learning the how your boat engine operates can save you from having to frequent the repair shop if problems are to arise. Therefore, this week our focus will be to better understand the basic parts of a boat engine.
Let’s take a look at the boat’s ignition. The main purpose of the ignition system is to ignite the fuel because when fuel burns power is created. Now, starting at the beginning of this process, when you turn the key to power up the boat engine, electricity will flow from the battery through a voltage regulator and into the coil. Energy is store in the coil until it reaches 100,000 volts. Then, at the right moment, during the compression stroke in a certain cylinder, the coil releases the high voltage through the plugs wires to the spark plug. The spark then ignites the fuel in the cylinder and drives the piston down for a power stroke.
Check back tomorrow for Part 2 of the Ignition series and learn why Evinrude XD 100 oil is friendly to boat engines.
Boats that deliver a midway point between luxury and sport include the inboard cruisers, which feature a sleeping cabin and plenty of deck space. These vessels are typically 30-plus feet in length and are ideal for weekend voyages, fishing expeditions and fun in the sun with friends or family.
Another great vessel for entertaining, pontoon boats provide ample space for multiple passengers and a stable and spacious platform for fishing. But if speed is all you’re after, I would invest in a jet boat, which is praised for its top speed and maneuverability. These boats are ideal for all water sports including recreational fishing. And, bringing up the opposite end of the spectrum, Jon boats are all about fishing as they lack the fancy extras and high power of models like the jet boat. Jon boats are simple and inexpensive and they feature a flat-bottom design with 1 to 3 bench seats.
All boats enjoy the rich power and luxury conditioning provided by Evinrude XD 50 oil.