With over 18 years of experience in all aspects of the PWC (jetski) market including training, inspections, management, safety, purchase, model design and rescue, the move into the Superyacht market in 2008 was an easy one. Our staff are some of the most experienced in this niche sector; as a result, our advice has been sought and trusted by Captains and Chief officers worldwide from both motor and sailing yachts of all sizes.
Superyacht watersports code of practice, jetski licence training centre set up, RYA jetski licence courses, crew RYA jetski instructor training. Jetski specific product sales; certified jetski lifting sling, jetski trackers, tender mooring whips, inflatable docks and personal safety equipment. Tender specific RYA training; RYA Powerboat level 2 courses and watersports equipment sales; tender mooring whips, tender tracking systems, AIS. We can also offer advice, recommendations and suggestions.
Our philosophy is to share ideas and information, not keep them a secret! If something works, let's tell people about it! It is remarkable how many people find a great idea but don't share it and so often we get asked and are able to suggest simple yet effective solutions based on years of experience and viewing numerous onboard set ups. There's plenty of free information on this website from Jetski regulations, a variety of jetski lifting and docking systems, how to prepare for your RYA inspection and more.
Check out the 2020 Yamaha Waverunner Personal Watercraft Line Up at the link below:
If you're looking to buy a 2020 Yamaha Waverunner for your Yacht check out the link above, select your model preference and email our sales team for a quote firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the 2020 Seadoo Personal Watercraft Line Up at the link below:
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We have had a couple of reports recently of Seadoo kill cord failures on Yachts.. the most recent was when a rider fell from the PWC and the clip on the kill cord snapped (see image) therefore detaching from the kill cord without stopping the PWC engine.. on closer inspection the clip was found to be very brittle having been left attached to the PWC for long periods in the sunshine. PLEASE PLEASE check the condition of the kill cords onboard prior to your guests /crew riding. These were 'lucky' incidents that caused no injuries or damage, but obviously this wouldn't always be the case..
A common practice is a fixed system where metal plates are inserted on the inner skin at the bow of the PWC with pad eyes or lifting eyes on the outer hull. The combination of these and the D-rings on the rear or further pad eyes on the stern offer a four-point lift using an item such as Spectra© lines for lifting. The concept behind this system is valid however it is untested. Currently none of the 3 main manufacturers (Yamaha, Seadoo, Kawasaki) endorse this lifting system as the superstructure of the bow is not designed to take the weight of the PWC, it is simply fibreglass/FRP/GRP.
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