My slip is in the same general location as yours.
I motor past my slip on the opposite side of my slip, then turn to starboard to turn the boat around coming up on my slip slowly. Just before the slip I turn the boat to starboard and shift into reverse, letting the port prop walk take the stern...
Maine Sail, thanks for the additional info.
My "electronics installer" worked at WM parttime so... he charged me his price so... I got a pretty good deal.
No. the C387 batteries are not in the engine compartment, but they are under the floor right in front of the engine compartment and it...
Well Chuck, it is nice to see that the AGM's that I installed in 2004 have served so well.
Since the H31 batteries are inside the engine compartment, I did not want to use wet cells due to the engine heat. I put WM AGM's in my C387 last year, love them!
BTW the "starting AGM battery" was not a...
State Farm insured by boats for the last 10 years when they were < 30' and < $100,000.
My C387 was rejected by State Farm and Sea Tow, due to length and value.
I did the Boat US application on line, accepted and the rate was reasonable.
When I had a H31 1987 with a Yanmar 2GM, I replaced the mixing elbow when it was overheating. Later when it started to over heat again I removed the heat exchanger water inlet hose and fitting (which was a 90 deg elbow), inserted a flat screw driver into the mixing elbow, broke up the carbon...
I should have mentioned that I have already made the "T'ed fresh water" flush from the sink drain on my boat, and I am pleased with the results.
I have a friend that has not made that improvment and was considering the Tankette, to eliminate the initial odor when first using the head after the...
Does your boat have to fit all the way in the 40' of the slip?
Do not back all the way in.
Leave space behind the boat to leave the Dink on the davits.
That is what is done at my marina.
The bow of my boat extends out of the slip about 4' dependiing on the tide.
Others that are bow in let the...
Re: Advice on how to straighten a 23' mast ( pic included
Take the mast to a large machine shop with a large "press".
The pressure will controlled much better, they can do a little at a time and you can watch the results, to determine just when enough is enough.