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Products

Centek Gen-Kleen Systems

The Gen-Kleen system is a  pollution-control technology for marine generator sets. Gen-Kleen integrates with your generators wet exhaust  system to remove hydrocarbon pollution from the exhaust water before it is  returned to the natural environment.

Gen-Kleen removes hydrocarbon pollutants including sheen,  soot, and unspent gasoline and diesel fuels.

Why use Gen-Kleen?

  • Comply with existing and upcoming marina and  port mandates regulating unsightly generator discharge.
  • Enjoy a sheen-free setting for  swimming, diving, and fishing.
  • Keep the hull of the boat clean of  soot deposits during generator use.
  • Be ecologically responsive to the  sensitive marine environment.

How does it work?

The Gen-Kleen system begins by separating  the raw cooling water from the exhaust gases.   While the dry exhaust gases are vented to atmosphere, the raw cooling  water is scrubbed by a filtration system.   The filters are impregnated with a patented formula that binds and  captures hydrocarbons while allowing clean water to pass through.  Clean water is then returned to the  environment.

What are the features?

  • To accommodate different engine room  layouts, the Gen-Kleen system is offered in two basic models.  The Compact Gen-Kleen integrates many of the  system components into a single package. The Component Gen-Kleen allows the user to disperse the components  throughout the engine compartment as space allows.
  • The Gen-Kleen system is fail-safe.  Functionality of the generator set is never  compromised by functionality of the Gen-Kleen system.
  • The Gen-Kleen system is built to withstand the harsh marine  engine room environment.  Its  corrosion-resistant design uses only high-temperature fiberglass and 316L  stainless steel wetted parts.
  • Filters are easily user-changeable as needed.  Filter lifespans vary widely (due to great  differences in generator exhaust pollution levels), but typical users report  normal lifespans of 100-200 generator hours.
  • The Gen-Kleen system includes a selectable bypass  mode.  Owners may choose to run the  system any time the generator is on and discharge only clean water, or, they  may choose to run the system only as needed and preserve filter life.

Centek Industries
116 Plantation Oak Drive
Thomasville, GA 31792
229.228.7653; toll free: 800.950.7653   
  fax: 229.228.1270
email: info@centekindustries.com

 
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Posted by on August 19, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Fishing

NEW GLOWING JIG KEEPS FISH IN THE DARK
BETTER

A weapon waiting to be unleashed, Glo Crazy Lure’s new Gila Fury Jig with patented Glo-Stick enables anglers to better hook bass and crappie and is ideal for clean, hard and offshore structures.  Fast and furious, the rapid sink rate of the football-headed jig sparks more reflex strikes from fish.

The glow technology increases visibility, even in dark and cloudy waters.  This also enables larger strike distances, which when paired with an ultra-strong, razor-sharp Mustad hook results in a deadly combination.  A video how-to on Glo Crazy’s Gila Fury Jig can be found at http://www.glo-crazy.com/how-it-works/.

Head colors are offered in yellow, lead and white and vailable in 1/4 oz., 3/8 oz. and 1/2 oz. weights.  Slide-In Glo-Sticks equal non-stop fish action and each green-colored insert glows up to 10 hours.

For a limited time, anglers can take advantage of Glo Crazy’s special offer, which includes four 1/4 oz. Gila Fury bass jigs, three 1/2 oz. bass jigs, four 3/8 oz. bass jigs with Mustad hooks, 22 replaceable glo-sticks and two Lethal Strike sliders for oHead colors are offered in yellow, lead and white and nly $19.99.  Fishermen can get three Gila Fury Jigs and three Glo-Stick inserts for $5.99.  A four-pack of Gila Fury Jig Glo-Stick refill inserts costs $3.99.

Contact Glo Crazy Lure, 1000 N Beeline
Hwy. #223, Payson, AZ 85547.  Tel: 866-463-3583; Fax: 928-478-8622; www.glo-crazy.com.

 
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Posted by on August 16, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Products

AQUALUMA LIGHTS NOW
SOLD ONLINE

Busy boat owners appreciate the ways manufacturers accommodate them.  Aqualuma Marine Lighting’s products can be bought online and shipped directly to consumers, so they can spend more time on the water and less time shopping for accessories.  The company’s high-quality lights can be found at retailer MarineMax’s online site BoatingGearCenter.com, Boatersland.com, HodgesMarine.com and NorthernMarineElectronics.com.

“Offering our products online is a simple way to cater to our customers,” said Alexandra Bader, Aqualuma’s VP of sales and marketing.  “Online shopping is utilized in every other industry and it’s time to let our boating customers decide, select and purchase the products they want, whenever they want without time or location restrictions.  We’re proud to offer this convenience.”

Aqualuma Marine Lighting offers LED underwater, surface-mount and interior lighting options for a luminous and colorful night-boating experience.  Ideal for luxurious yachts or fast sportfishing vessels, these lights add beauty to any craft.  The company also offers dock lights and an underwater camera, to view the interesting aquatic environment below a boat.

Contact Aqualuma Marine Lighting; US
Contact:  Alexandra Bader, alex@aqualuma.com, 610-772-0155;
Headquarters:  Unit 4 54 Siganto Dr., Helensvale 4212, QLD, AUSTRALIA; info@aqualuma.com; www.aqualuma.com.

 
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Posted by on August 16, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Yacht Spotting and New Launches

Heesen Yachts completes 55-meter megayacht,
Quinta Essentia” 

Heesen Yachts For SaleNetherlands-based luxury yacht builder Heesen Yachts has completed construction of the 55-meter megayacht, Quinta Essentia. Her interior has been designed by a collaboration of yacht designers Michela  Reverberi and Ken Freivokh whereas her exterior lines and deck plans have been  designed by Dobroserdov Design in association with Omega Architects.

The yacht sports shades of  red and white and features an owner’s suite, a double, twin guest and  VIP room to house guests. She also offers options of transforming a pair  of guest cabins into a VIP stateroom if required. The megayacht features a  waterfall on the top of the upper deck aft overhang plunging into a  pool on the main deck’s aft. She is also equipped with bulges of glass  amidships viewed from the exterior portions of the main and upper deck  while comprising glass in the bulwarks of the area to facilitate outside  glimpses from the interior of the vessel. The all-aluminum megayacht also has signature curved balconies and windows  in the owner’s suite located forward on the main deck and on the salons  on the main and upper deck.

Quinta Essentia features twin MTU 20V4000 M93 engines with maximum  power of 4.170 kW at 2100 rmp.  Her maximum speed is 24 knots, with a  cruising speed of 22 knots at 80% power. Her range at 12 knots is 4,500  nautical miles. Quinta Essentia yacht’s tender is located in the tender bay with an upwards opening door.

www.heesenyachts.nl

 
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Posted by on August 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Yacht Spotting and New Launches

ISA Launches 50-Meter Superyacht: “Papi Du Papi” in Italy

ISA, the Italian superyacht shipyard announed the launching of yet another yacht recently. ISA just  launched the second hull in their 50-meter series, christened “Papi Du  Papi”. She uses the same platform as all three in the series but each yacht differs slightly in styling, transom and superstructure.

The design of Papi Du Papi is by Andrea Vallicelli while the  interior is by Francesco Paszkowski. The displacement superyacht is  finished in all-white paint with grey underwater hull. As on the well  famed 47-meter series, the 50-meter yacht continues the stairway to  heaven concept connecting all three decks at the aft.

Papi Du Papi was built with a steel hull and aluminum  superstructure. The aft of the hull houses the yacht’s beach club that  is cased in generously sized glass doors. She is powered by a pair of  Caterpillar 3512C engines that are expected to run her to 16-knots.

www.isayachts.com

 
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Posted by on August 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Products

PORTABLE MEDIA RECEIVER ENABLES WIRELESS
MUSIC STREAMING

With the Milennia PRV20 from Prospec Electronics there’s no reason not to take a portable media device for a day out on the water.  This new portable media receiver is Bluetooth capable, letting boaters stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device.

Once the device is paired to the PRV20, users can control the music selection and volume through the stereo receiver or through the portable media device.  No docking station or expensive cables are required. A boater can even place the media device in their pocket, glove box, cabin or day bag up to 30′ away while the music
continues to stream.  This allows extra protection for those valuable Blackberries, Androids or Apple products.

The MILPRV20 has a strong internal amplifier of 45W x 4 and contains an aluminum heat sink for efficient heat
dissipation.  It also features AM/FM radio, USB and auxiliary inputs.  The compact unit measures only 5-1/4″ L x 3-1/4″ W x 1-3/4″ D.

Prospec Electronics’ Milennia PRV20 retails for $169.95.

Contact Prospec Electronics,
3325 S Morgans Point Rd.,
Mt. Pleasant, SC  29466.  www.prospecelectronics.com.

 
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Posted by on August 12, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Dock News

Dock News

Bellingham Yachts
Announced as New Dealer for Cutwater Boats

Fluid Motion,builder of Cutwater Boats, has grown its dealer network with the addition of Bellingham Yachts as the Pacific Northwest dealer for the trailerable cruisers which debuted at boat shows earlier this year. The Cutwater 26 and Cutwater 28 are the newest additions to Bellingham Yachts fleet, owned by industry veterans and brothers, Nick and Dean Ouilette. The dealership will be receiving its first Cutwater models—a blue 26 and taupe 28 by the end of August and will exhibit the boats at shows this fall.Cutwater-26-starboard-turn

The team at Bellingham Yachts has over 27 years of experience in sales and customer service stemming in part from their role as one of the oldest powerboat dealers for Sabre Yachts in the U.S. “In addition, we have a service department which I oversee that ensures our customers are well cared for and loyal,” says Nick Ouilette, co-owner of Bellingham Yachts. The company also represents Sabre and Back Cove but the Cutwater fills a void as their customers move down in size. Due to the trailerable size of Cutwaters, the compact boats offer customers flexibility of use.

Nick Ouilette knows the design preferences of his customers and comments on the benefit of adding Cutwater Boats to his fleet, “The traditional styling of Cutwater compliments Sabre and Back Cove which appeals to a broad spectrum of customers.”

Bellingham Yachts is conveniently located next to a four lane boat launch and the dealership has gated docks in front of the office giving security to the boats they represent as well as a high level of customer service due to the ease with which clients can sea trial new boats. The group also manages their own charter fleet and may add a Cutwater 28 to the fleet allowing customers to truly “try before buying.”

Cutwater Boats have an innovative semi-displacement hull shape, practical interior layout and quality standard equipment making them easy to handle and efficient to cruise. They are equipped with a Yanmar diesel engine, Garmin electronics, Diamond/Sea-Glaze windows, and bow and stern thrusters come standard for ease of operation and maneuverability. Bellingham Yachts will work with buyers on additional equipment options so their Cutwater is commissioned to fit their cruising needs and styles. The Cutwater 26 and 28 are ideal boats for couples or families cruising in the Pacific Northwest.

Cutwater 28

Bellingham Yachts will have the Cutwater 26 and 28 on exhibit at the Seattle Boats Afloat Show Sept. 14-18.

For more information, visit http://www.bellinghamyachts.com.

Cutwater Contact: Mark Mansfield, National Sales Manager http://www.cutwaterboats.com; 425.327.0907
markmansfield@cutwaterboats.com

 
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Posted by on August 11, 2011 in Dock News