5 Questions To Ask Before Buying a Boat

5 Questions To Ask Before Buying a Boat Imagine this: it’s a beautiful summer day on the water and you have all of your fishing equipment ready to go. It’s your time for peace and quiet on the water. Maybe it’s the final day of summer and you want to spend quality time with your family doing different water activities. The issue? You have to rent a boat every time you want to hit the water. So, buying a boat sounds like a good idea.  Buying a boat is a great investment and it’s not as expensive as it sounds. Owning a boat allows you full freedom to get on the water whenever you want with no time limits or charges. Before you buy a boat, are you truly ready?  Hysucat put together some questions to ask yourself to see if you’re ready for buying a boat. What is the Use of the Boat? This is the first and most

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Everything You Need To Know About Rescue Boats

Being on the open water, you probably see a bunch of different colored rescue boats. You may wonder what all of these different rescue boats are and what they do. The truth is, there are all kinds of different rescue boats, and navigating that jargon can be daunting. Hyscuat wants to break down the most common types of rescue boats used by professional organizations, large ships, and recreational yachts. RHIBs Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBs) are the preferred boat used by first responders, search and rescue teams, and all other marine time professionals. They love these boats due to their number of advantages over traditional boats.  RHIBs are much lighter than a traditional hard-sided boat making it much easier to launch faster and get where they need to go. The lightweight also allows for increased operational range and much better fuel efficiency. These boats are economical without sacrificing speed or performance.  During rescue missions, every second is vital to saving

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Is a Rigid Inflatable Boat Right For You?

The mighty RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) has been around for some time, mainly being used for marine professionals and military usage. Their strength and robustness have made them an invaluable asset to their industries and many others. Recently, these boats have been evolving into luxurious pleasure boats for the average person to use and enjoy. People have started to use them for watersports, workboats superyacht tenders, and family cruisers.  Their versatility, stability, and impressive performance make them capable of withstanding every element your throw at it. Hysucat has been manufacturing luxurious RIBs and wants to show you why these incredible vessels are perfect for you.  What is a Rigid Inflatable Boat? The Rigid Inflatable Boat gets its name from the sturdy, solid hull and inflatable tube system that gives them incredible buoyancy even in the roughest of conditions. Many of the newer models have tubing systems that can be removed in order to easily maintain the vessel. The hull was

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How Long Do RIBs Last For?

Rigid Inflatable Boats or RIBs have been the boat for marine professionals and hobbyists alike. Their reliability and great features make them sought after and fun to drive. If you’re thinking about getting a RIB, you might be thinking about how long they last. This makes sense since these boats, unlike other boats, are inflated and don’t have a solid structure. There’s no reason to worry. Modern-day RIBs are built to last. Thanks to developments in RIB technology, these boats can last just as long as their solid counterparts.  Hysucat has been manufacturing and selling luxurious RIBs for years and wants to show you how these boats are built to last. If you’re interested in a RIB, head over to our RIB page and see how our RIBs are built differently.  Life Expectancy Depending on the size and brand of your RIB, the life expectancy can vary. For smaller and more compact boats, the life expectancy is usually around 10-15

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Winter Boating and How to Enjoy It

We’re currently in the middle of the autumn season, but the cold winter months are soon approaching and boaters everywhere could begin to think this is hibernation time for their boat. The good news, this isn’t the case. Boating in the winter months can be just as fun as it is in the summer!  Hysucat wants to show you that there’s no reason why you cant still enjoy time on the water during the wintertime, unless the waterways are frozen solid, then you probably can’t enjoy boating in the winter. Sorry.   Winter Boating is Fun While you may not be able to do much waterskiing or tubing during this time, there’s still plenty of on-the-water activities to enjoy, some of which may be even more fun than they would be in the summer.  When it comes to winter boating, many boaters often call it quits which means less of a crowd and lots of more space to explore and

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Caring For Your Boat During The Winter

Boats can face different maintenance issues throughout the year. Boats during the winter can experience even more issues than normal, so it’s important to know the proper steps beforehand. With the proper care, your boat will get through the winter just fine, in fact, it may even come out stronger from it if done properly.   The winter season means more than just pulling your boat out of the water and adding antifreeze. The best way to know the correct procedure is to always check the owner’s manual that came with the boat. There you will find more specific information regarding your personal boat. If it’s your first time caring for a boat during the winter, it’s also a good idea to consult with a professional. Finding boat storage is also one of the most important things you can do if you expect water temperatures to get that cold.   Your Boat During Winter Requires Cleaning  Make sure the inside of

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