Ship mast nets are quite different from a cargo net. The grid isn't as square and uniform as in cargo nets. The grid tapers out from top to bottom. When designing a ship mast net it work best, from the construction aspect, if the top is 1/2 the width of the bottom. If the top is 3' wide the bottom should be 6' wide.
Aside from balancing out the load within your boat, a center console gives greater access to the water on all sides. As we’ve written about many times (see: 4 Advantages of Center Console Boats), when working a fish, a side console or some form of obstruction can mean the difference between hauling it in and telling the tale of the one that got away. Fishing aside, large center consoles offer up room for your own custom electronics, gizmos, and gadgets.
Sterndrive power is the go-to engine for most cuddy cabins. Sterndrives tuck the engine below a lounge area (sunpad) or the engine box at the back of the boat, and allow for an easily accessible and uninterrupted swim platform. Outboard power has seen a resurgence in recent years.
The mast of a sailing vessel is a tall spar, or arrangement of spars, erected more or less vertically on the centre-line of a ship or boat. Its purposes include carrying sail, spars, and derricks, and giving necessary height to a navigation light, look-out position, signal yard, control position, radio aerial or signal lamp.
If the mast has a long, thin cross-section and makes up a significant area of the airfoil, it is called a wing-mast; boats using these have a smaller sail area to compensate for the larger mast area. There are many manufacturers of modern masts for sailing yachts of all sizes, a few notable companies are Hall Spars, Offshore Spars, and Southern ...
The P-Series RoRo (roll on/roll off) liftruck is designed to operate within the tight confines of a cargo ship and other space-restrictive environments. The compact design and low overall height allow the operator to handle heavy cargo safely and easily on a ship.