Credits and Adulation's *
Some of the items at this web site are reprints and/or scans; excerpted from
numerous brochures, fliers, magazines, service bulletins, service manuals, training school
literature, news papers, mailings, and other media sources. Collected over
35 years and
used as an aid to help new comers to the marine industry, to get a handle on the basics.
Sometimes origin is not known and/or has been lost during the clipping and collection process.
If you are the author of one of these items and would like to be recognized,
inclusion offends you, let me know. Until then, I would like to give credit to all the
talented people who make the marine industry what it is today.
I can give credits to quite a bit of this information, so it will be listed
here and throughout the site for your reference, in the event you would like to learn more
or contact the author and/or company.
As far as the original contributions, contained on this web site, I hope they
help you in your search for knowledge and if, by chance, it helps you
make a living and/or saves you money, than I have succeeded in my
Instead of downloading this entire site and slapping your
name on it, contact us and help us make this web site better.
We'll give you full credit and/or partnership, if you make a significant
* I did not write the
following paragraph but I was advised to include it to explain matter of
"This Web site
may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been
specifically authorized by the copyright owner. [if one exists] I am
making such material available in my efforts to advance understanding of
educational, economic, and scientific issues, etc., of boats and not for
profit. I believe this constitutes a "fair use" of any such
copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the United States
Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the
material on this Web site is distributed without profit to those who
have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information
for nonprofit educational purposes."