Paul Alcock has owned Eximius since 2015 and until recently, had never seen her reach 8 knots through the water under motor.
“We had a 2-knot current against us, I pushed it, raised the RPM to 2,200 and we were doing 8.3 knots, 6.3 knots over the ground – that’s beyond ‘wow’!”
Owner of ‘Eximius’, Catalina 34
Thanks to extensive restoration work including an application of Propspeed, this steam-powered 365-ton tugboat from a bygone era is running better than ever.
“Now that the propellers have been professionally coated with Propspeed, we are confident they will remain clean and efficient until our next docking in two years."
Marine Superintendent, William C Daldy Preservation Society
Greenline is shaping the future of responsible boating with the help of Propspeed. The luxury hybrid yacht maker is applying our industry-leading foul-release coating to all of its new vessels.
"The Greenline 40 has a maximum speed of 19 knots. With Propspeed, we saw 21 knots!”
Owner, LNC Marine
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.
Is this the ‘before’ photo? Dave Lourie and the crew at Gloss Boats are hard pressed to tell on this 45-foot Riviera painted with Propspeed 12 months ago.
"We choose and recommend Propspeed to all our clients, as it is proven and reliable."
Owner, Gloss Boats Marine Spraying Specialists
When Lauderdale Marine Center (LMC) had the job of applying Propspeed to the pods, props, scoops, strainers and underwater lights of the Delta 88 motor yacht Knot Again, our US Propspeed guru, Mark Billingsley was more than happy to help out.
"With regard to Propspeed, Delta Powerboats’ American office has not imported a single boat without the application of Propspeed."
Ian Bruce Miller
Vice President, North American Sales Channel, Delta Powerboats
Widely feared yet deeply misunderstood, the great white is one of nature’s most fascinating species. This Shark Week, we celebrate our fine finned friends with a “killer” update from marine researchers in California.
"Propspeed to eliminate marine growth on the tag’s surface was essential, as biofouling can prevent tag sensors from functioning properly."
Doctor Chuck Winkler
Researcher, Monterey Bay Aquarium
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