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Lowtide Kimberly Stoves of


Vashon Island, WA, introduces the Kimberly 5 All Stainless Steel Wood Stove. “After 26 years in the


woodstove industry I wanted a woodstove for my boat,” says owner/designer Roger Lehet. “I wanted a stove that was really efficient, with a glass door, something that would burn all night on one load of fuel, and something I could cook dinner on. But I also wanted a stove that would fit inside of a twelve inch wide cabinet on my boat. It also


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needed a chimney pipe of three inch diameter. I then thought it


would be nice to be able to have flexibility in fuel selection as fuel storage is always a problem on a boat.” This unit will burn up to eight


hours on one presto log and 12 hours on one load of standard charcoal. “The best thing the stove


does for us is that it makes our boating experience completely different. Instead of feeling like we are trapped in a cold, wet box, we have a nice warm and


Global Ocean Security Technologies has introduced


GOST Immobilizer, a start up prevention system for single- engine outboard boats, yacht tenders, RIBs and PWCs. The device is controlled via a wireless key fob. When armed, the Immobilizer blocks high current draw from the battery while still allowing low power consumption components


to function normally. When an


engine startup is at tempted, the


Immobilizer sounds a timed siren and prevents the engine from turning over. The Immobilizer installs easily and thanks to its hardened battery lug connection design, is difficult to compromise. For more information about GOST Immobilizer and other GOST products, visit www.gostglobal.com


PYI announces the latest addition


to its Max-Prop automatic feathering propeller line, the revolutionary ECOWIND. The ECOWIND propeller is the first to adapt to changing situations by automatically varying its pitch under differing load conditions, while maintaining maximum performance. The result is higher top speeds in both calm and rough conditions, significantly lower fuel consumption, extended range under power, better acceleration and much less engine noise at cruising speed due to lower RPMs. Ideal for long distance cruisers, the ECOWIND propeller not only offers greater fuel efficiency for environmentally conscious


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more importantly, dry cabin. The bilge pumps work a lot less and we do not have mildewed clothes, pillows and bedding.” • Triple wall all stainless steel convective cylinder shape


• Space age insulation between stainless walls


• Stainless steel firebox with single handle damper control


• Neo ceramic glass door • Ash pan and ash dump system • Weighs less than 45 lbs. • Only 30” tall and 10” outer diameter For information call (206) 463-3990, email: firesidehearthvashon@hotmail.com


Whether camping, boating or working around the house,


pointing up, in a lake or bright beam the Spotlight e x p l o r e


you'll appreciate the ultra bright 5 watt LED waterproof, rechargeable spotlight. Up to 2x brighter than other spotlights, it delivers up to 200 lumens. The Stanley Waterproof Spotlight runs up to 10 hours. Drop in water and the Stanley Waterproof Spotlight floats, making it easy to find stream. With its ultra or light, even take underwater to below the surface. anywhere light is dropped from heights go on lighting up the inside the house.


Thi s go


built tough. It can be of 10 feet and be ready to night outdoors or projects No need to purchase


batteries. A rechargeable 7.2 volt NiMH battery is built inside. AC of DC charging cords are included to charge the spotlight at home or inside a vehicle. A rubber bezel handle offers a comfortable grip. A


high/low dimmer control extends runtime. Available at Lowes Home Improvement Centers.


boaters, its breakthrough design maximizes vessel performance in all sea conditions. The Max-Prop ECOWIND


propeller by PYI features a cutting- edge patented spring-based technology that adjusts propeller pitch automat ical ly to its optimum position based on load. When the boat accelerates, the pitch flattens to allow the engine RPMs and boat speed to increase rapidly. As a vessel’s speed progresses, the load on the propeller decreases and the pitch increases.


The ECOWIND propeller features


Max-Prop’s renowned automatic feathering design. While underway, each individual propeller blade slices through the water allowing it to feather past, rather than being dragged. Also known for its reverse efficiency, going from forward to reverse, the propeller rotates the shaft of the blade to provide the same productivity in either


direction. Max-Prop ECOWIND propellers


range in size from 14 to 22-inches, are purpose built for the harsh sea


environment and protected by a 3-year warranty.


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