By Thomas P.

At the 61st Genoa Boat Show we had the opportunity to test the new beastly 7.6-liter, V12 and 600-horsepower Verado outboards mounted on the MAR.CO R-Evolution 36, a combination that seemed explosive in advance.

By Thomas P.

As we have already mentioned in our related articles, the use of trim tabs is of great importance on each Rib.
With the help of trim tabs we can improve the planning time, stay on plane at lower rpm, achieve the best ride attitude every time according to our loads or speed and therefore maximize our ride quality.

By Thomas P.

It is a fact that a spare propeller is one of the most important elements of the basic equipment of every boat and is really important for our safety, especially if we are used to making long trips.

By Thomas P. - T. Kaltsikis

There is no doubt that a stern anchor is one of the basic supplies that we shall always have on board and therefore one of the elements of the necessary equipment that every boat should have.

By Thomas P. – Michael Pournaris

It is true that lately the inflatable boats have grown up to 50 feet in length. As a result, their equipment, such as refrigerators, freezers, heaters, microwaves, etc., have also increased, requiring thus greater need for more electricity than the onboard batteries can usually provide.

By Thomas P. – Tasos Sachidis

One or two outboard engines?
That’s an essential dilemma that concerns many sea-friends who have decided to buy a larger rigid inflatable boat. And the answer is not as easy as it may seem.

By Karel Overlaet

Do you want to buy a rigid inflatable boat (RIB) but you do not know how to go about it?
Worry no more. This article will guide you on what to consider in making the best possible decision in 10 chapters.

By Thomas P.

It would not be an exaggeration if we said that it is wonderful and sometimes even fascinating to have the required basic knowledge so as to be able to setup a boat properly, thus making it possible to maximize its performance in every condition.

By Thomas P.

It is true that we often hear about «great» captains who «flatten» the waves with their unbelievable Ribs, even waves created by winds of 7 or 8 bf. Of course, they never talk about waves created by winds of 5 or 6bf, considering these winds of negligible intensity.