Blog Archive :: May 1, 2019 - May 31, 2019
US Sailing Awards Hanson Rescue Medal to the Rescuing Crew on Disco Volante, Michael Margulis and Adam MurphyMay 16, 2019
.US Sailing Awards Hanson Rescue Medal to the Rescuing Crew on Disco Volante, Michael Margulis and Adam Murphy The US Sailing Safety at Sea Committee will award the Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal to Six crew for their rescue nine people separated from their capsized powerboat. On July 26, 2017, Disco Volante, a Hanse 400 from the Sound Sailing Center was teaching an Advanced Coastal Cruising…Read US Sailing Awards Hanson Rescue Medal to the Rescuing Crew on Disco Volante, Michael Margulis and Adam Murphy
The Universal Shipborne Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a system of transponders installed on vessels which transmit over two dedicated digital marine VHF channels. An AIS transponder sends AIS signals, making your vessel visible to others with AIS equipment. It also receives AIS signals from AIS equipped vessels, as well as Aids to Navigation (Buoys) and portable man overboard devices…Read Why You Need AIS
Our friends at ValvTect offer an explanation of how the addition of ethanol undermines octane and fuel efficiency: There are three potential causes for “octane loss” and unfortunately none of them are linear. First: Ethanol separation. In regular E-10 gasoline, ethanol accounts for about 3 octane numbers. Should the gasoline phase separate the gasoline on top of the…Read Why is 89 Octane Fuel Important?