Prior to using Propspeed, Argo was making work difficult for its fishing crew, often cruising at a sluggish 5 knots.
"We don’t get to see our family a lot so if we can do anything to help us get home faster, get home and eat dinner, go see my girlfriend, my mom, my dogs, we’re going to do it."
Crew member, Argo
Based in Lyttelton, New Zealand, and part of the Stark Group of companies owned and operated by the Stark family, Ocean Fisheries Ltd. was started in 1967 to encompass the company’s commercial fishing operations.
"The benefits of Propspeed are definitely noticeable in terms of a much cleaner propeller when we haul the vessel for survey, maintenance and repairs. Application of Propspeed has now become a must-do job at all haul outs."
CEO, Ocean Fisheries
Majestic Fast Ferry Pte Ltd is a family-run ferry business operating in Singapore and Indonesia waters. In 2019 alone, Majestic Fast Ferry transported 2.5 million passengers.
Prior to using Propspeed, Yankee Freedom III had significant growth on its prop shafts, causing severe strain on the engine. Captain Rick Gauron has become such a fan that he insists on having Propspeed on his own yacht too!
“Before using Propspeed, we had as much as 4 inches of growth on the propeller shaft. With Propspeed applied, our running gear is now free of growth.”
Captain, Yankee Freedom III
Propspeed protects the running gear of this 138-foot Troy Marine yacht and has since Day 1. Logging tens of thousands of nautical miles each year, The Big Blue is saving big on fuel.
"Vast ocean crossings have put The Big Blue's machinery and construction to the test, and we are happy to say she handled the seas and distances without falter."
Captain, The Big Blue
Powered by 3 fixed pitch propellers with a combined brake horsepower of 4200, Junak's running gear needs to be kept free of marine growth to keep her operating at a comfortable 26 knots.
"We think that Propspeed was a 100% jackpot for our boat - it runs perfectly smooth due to the clean shafts and propellers."
Captain of Junak
Junak, crew boat
The HMTSS Te Mataili police vessel now patrols the waters surrounding the South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu with far greater efficiency.
"Te Mataili is using on average 25 liters per hour less fuel than before the refit, equating to approximately a 15 percent reduction in fuel costs."
Tuvalu Police, Maritime Wing
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