All the information you need to select the boat of your dreams, maneuver it like a master, and understand the rules and conventions of powerboating. Covers all powerboats - big and small, single-engine, twin-engine, outboard, sterndrive, trailerable and nontrailerable.more like larger craft in every way but available power; 50 hp was still big in the outboard world well into the 1960s. ... of the most important improvements ever, because an outboard motora#39;s trimmability is one of the prime features that makes ... VRO, which stands for variable ratio oiling, allowed the oil and gas to be carried in separate tanks to be mixed inside the ... are direct-injection two-stroke outboards, available in models ranging from 40 to 250 hp, while Johnson outboards as ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Getting Started in Powerboating|
|Author||:||Bob Armstrong, Robert Armstrong|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-05-05|