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Growth Outlook: Trim System for Boats Market by Key Players: Mente Marine, Humphree, ZipWake 2018-2025 - Digital Journal
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This report studies Trim System for Boats in Global market, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2013 to 2018, and forecast to 2025.
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Table of Contents
1 Industry Overview of Trim System for Boats
1.1 Definition and Specifications of Trim System for Boats
1.1.1 Definition of Trim System for Boats
1.1.2 Specifications of Trim System for Boats
1.2 Classification of Trim System for Boats
1.2.1 Trim Tab
1.2.2 Interceptor System
1.2.3 Line Cutter
1.3 Applications of Trim System for Boats
1.4 Market Segment by Regions
1.4.1 North America
1.4.4 Southeast Asia
2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Trim System for Boats
2.1 Raw Material and Suppliers
2.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Trim System for Boats
2.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Trim System for Boats
2.4 Industry Chain Structure of Trim System for Boats
3 Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Trim System for Boats
3.1 Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Trim System for Boats Major Manufacturers in 2017
3.2 Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Trim System for Boats Major Manufacturers in 2017
3.3 R&D Status and Technology Source of Global Trim System for Boats Major Manufacturers in 2017
3.4 Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Trim System for Boats Major Manufacturers in 2017
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4 Global Trim System for Boats Overall Market Overview
4.1 2013-2018E Overall Market Analysis
4.2 Capacity Analysis
4.2.1 2013-2018E Global Trim System for Boats Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis
4.2.2 2017 Trim System for Boats Capacity Analysis (Company Segment)
4.3 Sales Analysis
4.3.1 2013-2018E Global Trim System for Boats Sales and Growth Rate Analysis
4.3.2 2017 Trim System for Boats Sales Analysis (Company Segment)
4.4 Sales Price Analysis
4.4.1 2013-2018E Global Trim System for Boats Sales Price
4.4.2 2017 Trim System for Boats Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment)
New Boats of 2019 - Marlin Magazine
North Carolina’s Bayliss Boatworks has begun construction on Blue View , a new 78-footer built for current Bayliss owners who enjoy the options to travel, fish and entertain anywhere in the world. The exterior will include a full teak package, including aft bulkhead, toe rail, half-round, helm pod, dash and salon door among the primary highlights. Inside, the vessel will feature a four-stateroom, four-and-a-half-head layout with a reinvented master stateroom and a custom U-shaped salon sofa. All cabinets will be veneered in high-quality teak and paired with granite countertops. As with other Bayliss builds, a custom walk-in tackle closet, pantry and day head will add functionality for owners who want to travel far and fish hard.
The Cabo Yachts brand returns to the sport-fishing world with a signature line of easy-to-own, durable fishing machines, starting with the Cabo 41 Express. Designed to offer a great ride in rough seas, the updated Cabo also features over 6 feet of headroom belowdecks, as well as a large helm deck with ample seating and storage. With the boat’s optional power — a pair of 725 hp Volvo D11 diesel engines — the Cabo 41 is expected to cruise at 30 knots and offer a top-end of 35 knots.
Updating the classic lines of the 42- and 43-footers from Maverick Yachts in Costa Rica, the 45 will include full teak in the cockpit, covering boards and interior decks, as well as the ease of maintenance and no-nonsense layout these boats are known for. The rock-solid cold-molded hulls are proven fish-raisers too. The updated interior layout will sleep six adults in air-conditioned comfort, perfect for overnight trips to the Costa Rican seamounts.
The latest from North Carolina’s Caison Yachts, Snafu is a 54-footer that is designed to chase marlin off the coast of Kona, Hawaii, specifically targeting the offshore seamounts that are seldom fished because of the distance and conditions. The boat will be equipped with a pair of Caterpillar C18 engines that will push Snafu to 38 knots wide-open, with a comfortable 30-knot cruise. The layout will be uniquely designed for those overnight adventures, and will have all the necessary fishing amenities, including a pair of 20 kW generators, an Eskimo ice chipper and a Seakeeper 9 gyrostabilizer.
Built for an avid, experienced fisherman, the latest build from Jim Smith Tournament Boats will be a 53-foot walkaround. It will be based in the Florida Keys and will fish extensively along the East Coast as well as in the Bahamas. The hull is cold-molded, while the topsides and other components are composite foam and glass construction, producing a boat that is light, strong and fast. The 53 is expected to cruise at 36.5 knots at 2,000 rpm, with a top speed of 43 knots.
Sea Wish , Hull No. 66 from Jarrett Bay Boatworks, will feature a full high-gloss teak interior, which is the perfect marriage of traditional wood with a contemporary, deep-luster varnish. A full tower and four-stateroom layout further complement the build, while twin Caterpillar C32A engines and Three60 Precision Control will provide outstanding performance and maneuverability. Optional equipment includes a pair of Seakeeper gyrostabilizers, Caterpillar 27 kW gensets, Optimus electronic power steering, a Humphree trim tab system and custom underwater exhaust.
The reboot of the Titan 62 is set to launch in fall 2018, building on the success of the original Titan 62’s excellent ride and efficiency. The boat’s shape has been tailored to evolve the design of the cabin and flybridge in an attractive three-stateroom, three-head layout. Propeller tunnels have been incorporated to reduce draft for transiting the shallow creeks and channels of the Florida Keys — the planned destination for this build. Roop Yacht in Virginia Beach, Virginia, was integral in the planning and facilitation of the vessel’s technical aspects and styling. Twin 1,400...Source: www.marlinmag.com
Omie Tillet and the Legend of Brothers Pride - Marlin Magazine
any of the distinct, beautiful characteristics of a Carolina sport-fisher — the sweeping broken sheer, gently curved tumblehome, warped plane bottom and flared bow — were influenced by a number of boatbuilders. However, one of the most dynamic patriarchs was undoubtedly Omie Tillet. While he was only able to complete eight hulls because of an allergy to epoxy, his influence continues today with John Bayliss, Paul Mann and Jarrett Bay’s Randy Ramsey, among scores of others.
A Fishing Lineage
Tillet comes from a family of fishermen that includes his younger brother Tony, who is still fishing out of Oregon Inlet, North Carolina, today. Omie began working with his father, Sam Tillet, at the age of 10, and by 20, Omie was running his first boat. As many Carolina charter captains soon learn, a new or different boat is often needed in order for them to keep fishing in the challenging conditions, so Omie approached his longtime friend and fellow fisherman Warren O’Neal.
In fall 1960, construction began on Sportsman . In spring 1961, O’Neal, with the help of Tillet and Lee Perry, launched Sportsman — the classic Carolina boat was born. Tillet continued to work for O’Neal for several years, until he started Sportsman Boatworks in 1973. He built many familiar boats that still ply the offshore waters of North Carolina today, including Skylark (now Salvation ), Temptation , Carolinian (now Rigged Up ) and Brothers Pride ; he started the hull for Mary One (now Coverage ).
While Tillet might not have created the designs, he did implement practical features into his boats that are incorporated into many new builds today. As with many of the early Carolina boatbuilders, he fished daily and continually sought ways to improve his boats, whether through functionality or an improved ride. Bayliss says, “Omie Tillet was a great fisherman who could take the practical knowledge and make it a part of the boats he built, while still making them beautiful and efficient.”
Tillet assisted Bayliss with his charter boat, Tarheel . “It is a single-engine boat, and as was typical back then, you would have a single shaft and propeller with two rudders,” Bayliss notes. “Omie had an idea to put everything in line by going to a single large rudder aft of the propeller but adding a ‘flanking rudder’ forward of the strut. The flanking rudder’s purpose was solely for backing down. Tarheel was set up perfectly for this because we had two fuel tanks and the center companionway was wide open for this experimental project. The second winter
I had the boat, Omie helped me devise and install this system, and it was a big success. Fuel is probably your largest expense as a charter fisherman, and Omie’s idea saved us almost 10 percent a day in fuel, and gave me another knot of speed by reducing drag.”
While there were many others building boats on the Outer Banks, Tillet separated himself with his look and quality, something that profoundly motivated Mann. “My designs and lines are still influenced by Omie — the traditional Carolina style with some softened radiuses and tweaks are still evident in all my boats,” he says.
A Pioneering Influence
Tillet’s impact on the Outer Banks did not begin or end with boatbuilding — he showed his younger fellow captains a kind of brotherly love with his actions and words. Mann tells a story about when a storm blasted Roanoke Island and flooded most of the island. When folks cleaned up, they put all their trash on the side of the road, including their lawn mowers that had been ruined by the saltwater flooding. Early one morning, Tillet called Mann and asked him for some help, so they drove around in Tillet’s truck, picking up as many mowers as they could fit in the back. Tillet said he would get them all running again, which he did; he then set the mowers on...Source: www.marlinmag.com