just why do they call it Stainless Steel
anyway? I suppose for a lack of a better name... But, there are
some things you should be aware of.
On occasion Boats kept in marinas have a tendency to sink in the
slip. There are various causes and reasons but the most common is that a water supply
line, from the shore, has burst inside the boat and the pumps can't keep up with it or the
pumps have failed.
The resulting disaster is a large mess to clean up that rarely puts the boat back to 100%
of what it was before it sank.
Besides making sure the shore water is turned off, before you leave the boat, another way
to prevent a boat from sinking is an inexpensive "High
water alarm System" that can be heard on the dock.
Preparing for a revamp of the ole'
dashboard? Here's some tips that can save you time and money.
Or How 'bout some installation: Do's
These days most people take water for granted, but not if your a
boater trying to make a cup of coffee. The water system on a
boat can be your worst night mare or a comforting warm shower. The installation and
maintenance of this system makes all the difference in the world. Pump cycles too much?
Installing a depth sounder and transducer
is about the easiest things you can do on your boat. However, there are a few things to
Sailboating and us...
Engine and electrical information are in general terms, at
this web site, so feel free to use them as reference.
However, I'm afraid I don't have a lot of information concerning sailboats, yet.
However, I do have a lot of spec sheets I can add. This will come in time. For now
basic stuff, go here.
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