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Dinghy Davit System

By |April 2nd, 2014|Categories: Product News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Dinghy Davit System

Dinghy Davit system . . . long gone are the days of complicated dinghy retrieval. The new hassle-free H3O Hurley Dinghy Davit System allows for easy storage and launching of your dinghy, thanks to the adjustable and removable winch arm system designed for use with multiple hull types.  The stainless steel retrieval arm is adjustable from 3' to 5', depending upon the length of your tender, and is easliy removed for storage while underway. Made of marine-grade polyethylene, the H3O Dinghy Davit System is strong, has a quick release and reduces friction during launch and retrieval. Each mount plate footprint requires only two bolts for the install and only stands 5/8" high leaving a clear deck for any activity, covers are also available.  Easily mounted on the swim platform, this hassle free system lets you winch your dinghy on for easy storage or just push-off for launching.  Always available in an emergency. In [...]

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H3O Recommended Tie-Down Method

By |March 26th, 2014|Categories: Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on H3O Recommended Tie-Down Method

Hurley H3O Recommended Tie-Down Method.  Hurley Davit Systems require at least 3-points to tie the tender down.  One at the bow, one at the stern and another over the inboard pontoon.  More tie-downs can be added if needed!  We've included illustrations below to help show you how your dinghy davit should be tied down.  Note:  This is for reference only! Let us know if you have any questions, we’re here to help!  Click photo to expand! Our Three-Point Package includes: 3 Stainless Steel Ratchet Straps Adjustable Strap 1" x 6', LOA Breaking Strength:  1500 pounds Working Load Limit:  500 pounds Stainless Steel Carabiners Color:  White Will not stretch or bleed when wet! 3 Stainless Steel Folding Padeyes Use #10-12 flat head screws or bolts Backing Plates Optional For use with all Hurley Davits: H3O, H2O & Traditional Davits.

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Five Good Reasons to buy Trim Tab Lights

By |December 11th, 2013|Categories: Product News, Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Trim Tab Lights.  You and Your Boat Deserve the Best Design! 1. First and foremost, by using Trim Tab Lights there is no penetration to the hull below the waterline. The only hole is a small 1/4" hole through the transom above the water-line for the power cable. This design does not jeopardize the integrity of the hull as thru-hull lights do. Thru-hull lights require large holes below the waterline and boast that the lamp can be replace from inside the boat. Unfortunately most of us don't have the room in our engine room to perform this maneuver. 2. A perfect designed underwater lighting system should be easily attached to the top-side of your trim tabs and adaptable to most leveling systems without having to drill a lot of holes in the tabs. 3. Underwater Lights mounted to your Trim Tabs are now fully adjustable (up and down) by using [...]

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Muskrat Guards . . . Prevent the Unthinkable!

By |December 11th, 2013|Categories: Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Muskrat Guards . . . Hurley Muskrat Guards are 316 stainless steel, adjustable, and install inside the exhaust ports. Any boat that has a wet exhaust with a discharge opening of about three inches or larger is at risk. A Muskrat, Water Rat, Otter or other vermins can and will swim up the exhaust to chew through a coupling hose to the inside of the boat or make a den. That also includes boats with underwater exhausts as these rodents & vermins usually look for underwater entrances leading upwards to hollowed out chambers. This is how many boats sink, even while tied to the dock. This Exhaust Guard is also known as an Exhaust Mixer for when backing down on fish to mix the exhaust with water to keep the fumes from entering the cockpit or to just minimize the diesel soot on the stern of your boat. Did you know:  Marine insurance policies exclude damage [...]

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Properly Measuring for a Muskrat Guard

By |December 10th, 2013|Categories: Product News, Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Properly Measuring for a Muskrat Guard

Muskrat Guard - Make Sure it's a Good Fit! Hurley Muskrat Guard is for any boat that has a wet exhaust with a discharge opening of about three inches or larger, is at risk. A Muskrat, Water Rat, Otter, or other vermin, can and will, swim up the exhaust to chew through a coupling hose to the inside of the boat or make a den. This also includes boats with underwater exhausts, as these rodents & vermin usually look for underwater entrances, leading upwards to hollowed out chambers. This is how many boats sink, even while tied to the dock. Protect your investment! Marine insurance policies typically exclude damage caused by 'vermin', which includes muskrats & otters. Hurley Marine Muskrat Guards are 316 stainless steel, adjustable and install inside the exhaust ports. Guards are adjusted outward by stainless rods creating friction to the inside of the port, with no penetrationto the hull. Installs in minutes. Protection available [...]