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Articles citations with the tag: MOTORBOATS — Speed

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Viking 40 Sedan

Presents a question and answer advisory related to boat speed in Rockville Centre, New York. Type of the motorboat; Size of the propeller; Decrease in the size of the propeller.

A quiz concerning travel speed in water is presented.

Colby, Eric // Boating; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p54

The article discusses five ways to boost a boat’s speed and performance.

Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p10

A chapter of the book Superfast Boats, is presented. It discusses the experience of boat racer Donald Campbell in trying to set a new water-speed record on January 4, 1967. Campbell, on his Bluebird hydroplane, had gone 21 miles per hour, which was faster than the old record. However, he must.

McCosh, Dan; Stover, Dawn // Popular Science; Jun98, Vol. 252 Issue 6, p24

Gives information on the failure of Stephen Shidler’s around-the-world powerboat speed record attempt `High Speed on the 7 Seas,’ held in April, 1998. Description of the problems encountered by the crew; Statements made by Shidler.

Seidman, David // Boating; Nov2002, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p56

Provides tips in improving the speed of boats. Factors affecting the speed of boats; Use of wax to smoothen boat surfaces; Accounts on the antifouling properties of fiberglass.

Owens, John // Boating; Apr95, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p36

Editorial. Recounts how three of Reggie Fountain’s boats set three world speed records in one day in January 1995. The 45′ Fountain, `Ohio Steel’ that reached 130.246 mph; The 38′ Fountain, `Dragon Lady,’ and its 100.101 mph record; `inXS,’ the 47′ Fountain that ran 128.11 mph; Reggie’s.

Janssen, Peter A. // MotorBoating; Jul2004, Vol. 194 Issue 1, p12

Presents an article about a motorboating expedition in the U.S. in 2004. Importance of waking up early for a motorboating trip; Speed of the motorboat used; Weather condition during the trip.

Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p4

A chapter of the book Superfast Boats is presented. It profiles Ken Warby of Cincinnati, Ohio, who was the first person to design, build and drive a boat that broke the world water-speed record. One of his projects is a boat called the Aussie Spirit, which is named after Australia, where he.

Caswell, Chris // MotorBoating; Feb2006, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p76

The article highlights the programs and winners at the Key West World Championships, the finale for the American Power Boat Association racing season, in Florida in November 2005. The event is being participated annually by offshore powerboat racers. However, the 2005 event had suffered from.

Rudeen, Louisa // MotorBoating; Mar2004, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p34

Evaluates the Rinker Boat’s 262 Captiva Bowrider boat. Description of the functional layout of the boat; Design of the cockpit; Speed recorded during the test drive.

Daly, Jim // MotorBoating; Sep2004, Vol. 194 Issue 3, p56

Evaluates the Ferretti 500 motoryacht from Ferretti Group. Description of its fiberglass fuel tank; Cruising speed; Specifications; Design of the cockpit.

Kovach, Brad // MotorBoating; Dec2004, Vol. 194 Issue 6, p68

Presents information on the Sabreline 38 Hardtop Express yacht. Speed; Features; Performance; Equipment. INSET: EQUIPMENT.

Kovach, Brad // Boating; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p18

The article suggests ways on how to make a boat go fast.

Hemmel, Jeff // Boating; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p24

The article offers tips for driving a 100 miles per hour (mph) boat.

Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p24

A chapter of the book Superfast Boats is presented. It discusses the experience of boat racer Ken Warby in trying to set a new world water-speed record on October 8, 1978. A timekeeper clocked Warby’s speed as he drove across the water. When the race was over, he set a new water-speed record.

Daly, Jim // MotorBoating; Jun2008, Vol. 201 Issue 6, p91

The article presents information on the advantages of installing turbochargers in boats. A turbocharger produces more horsepower from an engine without adding to its size and weight. Small turbochargers emit a high-pitched sound at cruising speeds and need to be attenuated with proper.

Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p8

A chapter of the book Superfast Boats, is presented. It features Donald Campbell from England, who have set seven watercraft world speed records in a row. He first broke the water-speed record in 1955, on his Bluebird K7 hydroplane. He broke his own speed record six more times over the next 12.

Dubowski, Mark // Superfast Boats; 2006, p14

A chapter of the book Superfast Boats is presented. It discusses the accident met by boat racer Donald Campbell in trying to set a new water-speed record on January 4, 1967. His Bluebird hydroplane was going almost 300 miles per hour when it hit a rough patch of water and lifting off, doing a.

Fales, Dan // MotorBoating; Jan2005, Vol. 195 Issue 1, p38

Evaluates the Stanley 38 work boat from John M. Williams Co. Description of the boat’s exterior design; Features of the boat’s cockpit; Speed performance.


Wooldridge, John // MotorBoating; Feb2006, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p72

The article evaluates the 391 Sedan Bridge family boat from Meridian Yachts and offers information on its interiors, design, speed, fuel requirement and specifications of its engine.

Jones, Alan // Boating World; Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p48

Evaluates the 215 Center Console deck boat manufactured by Tahoe. Features of the boat; Size and speed capacity of the boat; Performance characteristics of the boat. INSET: THE VERDICT.

Garrison, Graham // Boating World; Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p52

Evaluates the 232 Interceptor Sport Cabin manufactured by Caravelle. Features of the boat; Speed capacity of the boat; Design of the boat. INSET: THE VERDICT.

Reininger, Stuart // MotorBoating; Mar2004, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p30

Evaluates the redesign version of the classic circa 1950 Huckins Gurnet boat. Material used in building the boat; Speed of the boat; Design of the boat cockpit.

Wooldridge, John // MotorBoating; Mar2004, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p84

Evaluates the sailing performance of Back Cove 29 boat along the Tred Avon River. Turning capabilities of the boat; Description of the boat’s deep-V hull; Speed capacity of the boat using the 315 horsepower Yanmar diesel; Reason for the decreased noises during the test.

Wooldridge, John // MotorBoating; Mar2004, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p164

Describes a boat owned by Robert Ringling and built by Great Lakes Boat Building Corp. Activities of the Ringling family in yachting; Design and components of the boat; Speed performance of the boat.

Wooldridge, John // MotorBoating; Jul2005, Vol. 196 Issue 1, p94

The article recommends the secondhand Viking 40 Sedan yacht. It was launched at the 1974 New York Boat Show and continues to command a healthy resale price on the brokerage market. Its typical performance is an 18-knot cruise and 21-knot top speed with gas engines and a 20-knot cruise and.

THOMAS, ZACK // Boating World; Mar2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p60

The article discusses traffic rules for boating. It cites that for boats crossing from starboard, one should give way to boats crossing from starboard. The boat being overtaken always have the right of way. If sailboats and powerboats are actually sailing, sailboats always have the right of way.

THOMAS, ZACK // Boating World; Feb2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p23

The article offers tips on using a global positioning system (GPS) as speedometers for inland boating. Among the benefits of using speedometers include fuel efficiency and the chance to see variations in speed with accuracy. Functions of the GPS units include the creation of a way-point or route.

Kovach, Brad // MotorBoating; Oct2005, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p22

The article evaluates the Pursuit 3480 Center Console fishing/cruising boat and offers information on its exterior design, engine capability, driving performance and structural components.

Wooldridge, John // MotorBoating; Oct2005, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p24

The article evaluates the Apreamare 12M yacht and presents information on its driving and speed performance, seating on the bridgedeck and interior design of the cabin.

Craig, Jeanne // MotorBoating; Oct2005, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p26

The article evaluates the Four Winns 203 Horizon ski and fishing boat and offers information on its engine capability, speed performance and hull design.

Craig, Jeanne // MotorBoating; Oct2005, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p33

The article evaluates the 168 Banshee skiff from Ranger and presents information on its engine capability, speed performance, fuel consumption and features.

Craig, Jeanne // MotorBoating; Sep2006, Vol. 198 Issue 3, p36

The article recommends the use of a bucket when fishing for striped bass on slow speed-challenged craft. Whether fishing with wire or braid, a boat has to be capable of trolling down to three knots. The bucket is attached to the spring cleat so it is hanging in the water alongside the transom.

Berick, Nick // Boating; Jun2004, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p56

Presents a question and answer advisory about the maintenance and repair of motorboats in the U.S. Problem with motor speed; Selection of propeller specifications; Recommendation and observation of shifting weights on certain areas of the motorboat.

Kovach, Brad // MotorBoating; Dec2004, Vol. 194 Issue 6, p20

Presents information on the Sea-Doo RXT motorboat. Maximum speed of the motorboat’s Rotax-4-TEC engine; Difference between the Sea-Doo RXT and RXP motorboats; Features.

Conole, David // Wheels (00434779); Dec2007, p114

This article offers information on F1 Superboat. Purpose-built for raw speed and phenomenal dynamics, F1 Superboats are the Formula 1 cars of the water. Due to the immense forces on the engine during cornering, power steering is a necessity. Under race conditions, seeing through the spray of the.

Daly, Jim // MotorBoating; Aug2006, Vol. 198 Issue 2, p80

The article offers advice for fine-tuning the performance of a motorboat using a FloScan meter. To determine your overall fuel economy speed, divide speed by fuel flow in gallons per hour until you get the best miles-per-gallon ratio. A fuel flow meter will show the extent to which heavy seas.

Vesperman, Mike // Boating; May2005, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p63

Presents a question and answer advisory related to cruising speeds of a 2004 Chaparral 190 SSi with a MerCruiser 4.3L Alpha.

Hemmel, Jeff // Boating; May2005, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p70

Provides tips on improving a boat’s boarding potential. Additional of onboard weight to the hull that can be strategically be placed to balance the load; Consideration of the tower feature of a wakeboard-specific models to fasten the towrope to the boat; Use of computer to program the desired.

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