Needing a nonmetallic, nontoxic coating to use on satellite tags, Conservation International started applying Propspeed after a colleague’s recommendation.
"Propspeed is a very efficient and easy way of keeping the tags free of fouling."
Coral Reef Ecologist, Conservation International
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
Propspeed speaks for itself at Bay Ship and Yacht Co. Spanning 36 acres in Alameda, California, Bay Ship and Yacht Co has painted everything from life rafts right up to the largest vessels of the United States Coast Guard fleet.
“Propspeed really adds something to the industry, protecting your running gear and propellers and increasing fuel efficiency. To us, it’s a no-brainer. Why wouldn’t you use it?”
Paint Department Manager, California
Ben White fell in love with Costa Rica back in 2002 then decided to offer visiting yachties the same full range of products and services available in the United States, including Propspeed.
"When people saw that Propspeed was working, I couldn’t keep it on the shelf."
Owner, Bristol Professional Yacht Refinishing
Propspeed isn't a question for 'Ata Rangi' skipper, Barnaby Newton. Regularly cruising from the USA, to the Bahamas, Costa Rica, Mexico and Panama, protecting running gear is an essential for this yacht.
"I only ever use Propspeed on my boat's running gear due to its superior performance and durability over any other product. End of story!"
Skipper of Ata Rangi, 82ft Viking
The industry-leading foul-release coating kept Jeanne’s running gear clean, freeing her up to focus on her challenging solo voyage.
"After a 259-day round-the-world journey, the prop and shaft were still spotless, thanks to Propspeed."
Oldest person to solo-circumnavigate the world
7 transducers and an underwater light were submerged in the Whau River, an estuarial arm of the Waitemata Harbour in Auckland, New Zealand, for 14 months.
"This is why every boat owner should protect their transducer with Foulfree."
Technical Manager, Propspeed
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