THE COURSE-KEEPER TYPES

TWIN-BLADE

Optimal course stability 

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THE TWIN- BLADE:

Specifically to improve the course stability at low speed we developed the Twin-Blade Course-keeper designed with a double mounted blade.

The water stream arising between the blades is causing a strong automatic course correction and optimises the rudder functionality.

Specifically positive reactions are received from boat owners navigating at low speed and small waterways.

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De TWIN- BLADE  configuration is specially designed for high course stability.

we advise to use the Twin-Blade if the majorities of the boat trips are at low speed and for longer distances at channel or smaller rivers.

SINGLE BLADE

Improve of the manoeuvrability 

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 The Course-Keeper in the standard form is specifically designed to improve the manoeuvrability at low speed. The blades are proving the rudder function missing at the outboard or z-drive configuration when the propellor is loosing propulsive power at low speed or during manoeuvring.

The Course-Keeper can be used on almost all outboard engine or Z-drives with a cavitation plate and mounted without drilling any holes.

ELEKTROMOTOREN

ELECTRIC DRIVEN OUTBOARD ENGINES:

Based on the enormous amount of requests received to support also the Electro driven boats on the market, we developed in cooperation with the engine suppliers a special new bracket

This bracket makes it possible to mount the Course-Keeper on the Torqeedo Cruise 2.0 - 4.0 and  EPropulsion Navy 3.0 - 6.0 Outboard .

Actually we are focussing on the Course-Keeper type 2 to be mounted on the electro engines, but on request we can also provide other types/sizes to be fitted on this bracket

If you like to receive more information related to this, please feel free to contact us about this.

We’re continues developing our products to be able to meet and follow the requirements and needs of the demanding market.

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