Miami Boat Show . . . Join Us! The 2020 Miami Boat Show has more than 1,400 of the latest boats and sailboats. Over 3 Miles of dock from yachts, to fishing boats and family cruisers. All including the latest marine technology, gear and accessories from more than 1,000 exhibitors. Hurley Marine, Inc. will be in E Tent: Booth E131 and will be highlight in the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin at Virginia Key. Showcasing our flagship products, the Hurley Dinghy Davits and Hurley LED Sea-Vue Underwater Boat Lights, which is already recognized as industry standards. Todd Hurley, Hurley’s CEO will be in attendance along with the NMMA crew and special guests. Find us on social media or watch for us at the show, booth E131. Come and join us . . . February 13th - 17th Proud NMMA Member.
Hurley Marine attends Sydney Boat Show. Sydney Boat Show runs August 1 to August 05, 2019 and is the start to the largest recreational marine event in the southern hemisphere. In the U.S.A. Pavilion - 605M, Level 4 the Hurley Marine staff and Authorized Distributor Carl Ronning will be demonstrating the Hurley Davit line. "We are extremely excited to have our Davit line so proudly exhibited and are excited to meet our new friends and see our old ones," said Todd Hurley, President and CEO of Hurley Marine. Stop and see the Hurley Davit line and say Hello to Carl and the Hurley staff at the 2019 Sydney Show. Carl Ronning: email@example.com Todd Hurley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boat Naming Boat naming your vessel can be quite a daunting task. Do you go with something traditional like naming it after your significant other? Or do you shift gears toward where you’ve been, where you’re going or what you’ll do when you get there? Do you “tack” in some nautical terminology or do you steer clear of the puns? The options are endless and there is so much room to represent you and your life (or not). Check out a few considerations we recommend below to help aid you in your decision! Consideration 1: Before finalizing your vessel’s name, do a quick search for its popularity. Be sure to take a stroll through your local marina and/or boat yard, too! If you pick a popular name, there is a good chance you’ll end up crossing paths with another vessel in your boating region with your same name. This creates [...]
Why the Davit Worksheet When you are ready to explore your Hurley Davit options, the first step is to fill out our Davit Worksheet. We do not keep a database of all the different vessel platforms or dinghies. There are just too many variations. From added platforms or other accessories like grills and grab bars, each set up is unique. We want to be absolutely sure the system we recommend is going to work with your specific set-up! We do not keep measurements on file based on vessel or dinghy types . . . The Davit Worksheet asks for a number of measurements including platform width (port to starboard), platform depth (transom out to the edge), height off the water (top of the platform down to the water), transom height (top of the platform to the top of the transom), as well as dinghy length, beam & total weight including [...]
Davits - Helpful Questions when looking for a Davit Todd Hurley of Hurley Marine explains how the right davit makes loading your dinghy a breeze. Crystal Hayes / Regal 32 What are the benefits of bringing a tender aboard using a davit? Hurley: Instead of towing a dinghy behind your craft, you easily can bring it aboard to eliminate performance-robbing drag. The low-profile storage position on Hurley Davits provides exceptional stern visibility. What factors should be taken into consideration when choosing a davit? Hurley: Platform and dinghy measurements, as well as weight, should be kept in mind. We advise choosing the best davit for your boat and letting that dictate your choice of dinghy. Remember that dinghy size and weight may impact trim, performance and the structural integrity of your vessel. While some boat owners get around this by towing their dinghy, it's neither safe nor practical. Are davits hard to install? Hurley: Hurley Davits are easily mounted with simple [...]
Electric Winch as an option Hurley Marine has added a 12VDC Electric Winch as an option for retrieval on the already popular H3O Davit™ system. This Winch has been specifically designed for the H3O Davit and your needs. It includes a 12 Volt DC Electric Winch, Winch Line with Stainless Steel Carabiner, Whiplash Dampening Sleeve for Winch Line, 3/4" X 3' Stainless Steel Winch Arm, Remote Control, Solenoid Box, Circuit Breaker and Wiring Harness. 12VDC Winch has been specifically designed for the H3O Davit™ The Winch is now sold as an add-on or as a standard option. This winching system takes all the work out of dinghy tender retrieval. The H3O Dinghy Davit™ system is designed to allow the safe retrieval and stowage of a rib dinghy / hard hulled tender, Jet Ski (works great with the Sea-Doo Spark™) using the linear bunk system for your boat or dock.