Imtra wiper expert Jamie Simmons discusses the factors that will affect the cost of buying and installing a boat wiper system for your recreational boat. Whenever we discuss wiper systems with boat owners, the conversation usually starts with a discussion of the owner’s boat type. Normally, boats equipped with wipers are powerboats in the mid-20-foot … Continue reading How Much Do Marine Windshield Wiper Systems Cost?
Beginning a project such as installing a new anchor windlass can be quite the undertaking. Learn more about how to install an anchor windlass and whether or not you can complete the project yourself.
Based in Holland, Den Haan Rotterdam (DHR) has been manufacturing top-quality marine lighting products since the early 1920s. DHR started with tin oil-lamps that were used on ships, and have kept up with the latest technology for generations, now offering a complete range of state-of-the-art LED Marine Navigation Lights. Their LED navigation lights are offered … Continue reading Den Haan Rotterdam Marine Navigation Lights
Imtra product expert Prentice Weathers answers common questions that highlight the differences between fin and gyroscopic stabilization. Most owners want to reduce the motion that makes people seasick on their boat, and many have heard about stabilization systems provided by fin stabilizers and gyros. But which is better? And specifically, how do advanced curved-fin systems … Continue reading Fins vs. Gyros: What You Need to Know About Boat Stabilizers
A reliable marine windshield wiper system makes all the difference. Imtra’s marine wiper expert Jamie Simmons looks at the key factors to consider when evaluating which new system is best for you. When operating your boat in conditions where spray and rain reduce visibility, the last thing you need is a windshield you can’t see … Continue reading How to Find the Right Marine Wiper System
Deciding which anchor windlass is best suited to your boat can be a challenge without the right research and information. Discover our tips for selecting the right windlass.
A switch is an electrical device that controls the flow of electricity. In its simplest form it has two terminals that are connected by “Contacts” to energize the circuit or disconnected to de-energize the circuit. Thus, the options for a simple switch are ON or OFF. Circuits The term “Circuit” comes from the Latin “Circuitous,” … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Switches