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The Dish on Davits

By |January 1st, 2016|Categories: Captain's Log, Product News, Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Dish on Davits

Davits - Helpful Questions when looking for a Davit Todd Hurley of Hurley Marine explains how the right davit makes loading your dinghy a breeze. Crystal Hayes / Regal 32 What are the benefits of bringing a tender aboard using a davit? Hurley: Instead of towing a dinghy behind your craft, you easily can bring it aboard to eliminate performance-robbing drag. The low-profile storage position on Hurley Davits provides exceptional stern visibility. What factors should be taken into consideration when choosing a davit? Hurley: Platform and dinghy measurements, as well as weight, should be kept in mind. We advise choosing the best davit for your boat and letting that dictate your choice of dinghy. Remember that dinghy size and weight may impact trim, performance and the structural integrity of your vessel. While some boat owners get around this by towing their dinghy, it's neither safe nor practical. Are davits hard to install? Hurley: Hurley Davits are easily mounted with simple [...]

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H3O+ PLUS Davit – New on Deck

By |December 1st, 2015|Categories: Product News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on H3O+ PLUS Davit – New on Deck

H3O+ PLUS Davit - added to the dinghy davit line-up Hurley Marine, the industry's innovative leader in dinghy davit systems, has added a new system to their davit line-up.  The H3O+ PLUS Davit, Hurley's 3rd Option, PLUS some. The NEW H3O+ Dinghy Davit has all the great features of it's predecessor, the H3O, but is larger for heavier loads, includes inner linear bunks and comes standard with an Electric 12v Winch.  The H3O+ can muscle up to 725 pounds (328.85 kg) and longer loads up to 13' (3.96m) with ease. In addition, now there is also an Electric Winch offered for the original H3O Davit system. Both H3O Davit systems are specifically designed to allow the safe retrieval and stowage of a rib dinghy / hard hulled tender, Jet Ski (works great with the Sea-Doo Spark) using the linear bunk system for your boat or dock. The H3O davit systems are [...]

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Dinghy Davit

By |April 2nd, 2014|Categories: Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Dinghy Davit

Selecting a Dinghy Davit Back Cove & H2O Dinghy Davit  . . .  One of the pleasures of cruising is anchoring out at your favorite gunk hole and launching the dinghy and taking in the sights of the area or visiting other boats.  It's a great way to meet new friends.  But if your dinghy is not very accessible or difficult to launch, you will not likely use it often. All tenders require adequate storage, a dinghy davit.  Towing is not always practical and can be risky in bad weather.  The same goes for on deck storage;  a heavy wind and you may lose it.  But if you properly setup your boat with the proper davit system, your dinghy will provide trouble-free service. However before you select your dinghy davit system, you’ll need to choose the right dinghy for your boating needs.  Do you prefer a rigid [...]

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Properly Measuring for the Davit Mount Size

By |December 7th, 2013|Categories: Product News, Tips & Techniques|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Properly Measuring for the Davit Mount Size

 Key Dimensions to Determine Davit Mount Size Davit Mount Size - For use with the Hurley Traditional and H2O davits . . .  A = Swim platforms internal width B = Platforms depth (transom to edge) C = Distance from top of platform to the water D = Beam of dinghy   To determine which mount system will work best for you, measure the beam of your dinghy, divide by 2 and add 4 inches.  Now measure your platform (transom to the end). You must add a number below to your platform length figure in order to determine which mount to use. Example: If your dinghy width is 60" then divide by 2 + 4" = 34".  Swim platform is 32".  By adding 2" to the platform this would make it equal to the dinghy width of 34" so then you would have chosen the 6" mount. 0"- 2" for the 6" Mount 2"- 4" [...]

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