The first thing we have to do is sit and do our passengers properly. The good captain must first ensure his crew and then sit down right (perhaps more correctly than anybody) in order to travel them with comfort and safety. Bench seats have no place on the high seaship. If we go fishing for a boat in the bay then it can be practical. Not when traveling on the high seas.
What position is the safest?
You are seated. Whether you're moving 25 knots or 55, sitting is the one that will allow you to have the ultimate control of the boat. See also what happens to all racing and professional boats. So our seat should provide us with body support so that we can concentrate on the handling of the steering wheel and the throttle without trying to get stuck somewhere to stay in our place. Seats with lateral support support the trunk and at the same time they must have a height that can support both the body and the body and reduce the vibrations. There are, of course, the seats with a suspension for this purpose, but they have to be correct and act as a suspension and not as summers moving upwards. Have the correct spring tension and hydraulic damping for your pounds and how your boat works. And a seat without hanging when it supports you properly does a great job.
The recall of the seat that will allow you a semi-standing or upright position is useful at very low speeds and short distances, in maneuvering, or in a perfectly calm sea. At the same time the driving position must be such as to allow you to cover the air, complete control of the throttle lever and good visibility so you can see the ripple and act accordingly.
An important chapter is the position of the passengers. Our passengers must be secured and can never be found in the sea or on the floor of the boat. A good sofa that keeps passengers deep inside the boat rather than high and almost out of it is ideal for traveling especially when there are children. And of course the handles are another security element. Of course they can be used for passengers and independently anatomical seats. However, this is often difficult to apply mainly because of space because the number of passengers is decreasing.
The TROPIDA boats are in compliance with EU directives of CE class C and the company is in the ISO 9001 /2015 certification BY BYREAU VERITAS