Just winterizing my Island packet and i always pour RV antifreeze into the bilge to run through the manual and auto bilge pumps.
Then my fume alarm kept going off, does the antifreeze have something in it that the alarm detects?
I have what i consider an easier way of feeding in fresh water while on the hard, every fall when i haul i shut engine intake seacock, unscrew the top of the groco filter and stick a hose in the filter and start the engine.
I run fresh water through her for at least 5 minutes then start pouring...
Disagree, you just have too be a lot more choosy and discerning when picking your surveyor . i have used the same person twice and he was excellent , most definitely wanted me there for the whole process so he could explain things and what he was looking at. I even got a dvd of the whole...
Because you are using 4 different manufacturers you are going to get 4 different reasons / excuses for why one item is not talking to another, for that reason i have only got Raymarine onboard, never had a problem , their tech support is pretty good.
I dont have a problem with the photo or the boat, and she is cruising Maine, which, as someone else has pointed out, we spend 50% of the time on the motor if you want to get somewhere.
I hope Jackdaw is joking about his comment on women driving
GPS signals are extremely weak, therefore any signal close by will have a spillover effect. I am just surprised with the number of interested government agencies, DOD being the major one that this was allowed to proceed, it had been knocked back once before.
I get bogus reminders every year and even though i know about it have completed what looks like genuine forms then it comes to payments and the alarm bells ring and i kick myself for nearly falling for their scam yet again.
If its not $26 its not genuine, its a completely bogus rip off site...
Sadly this is not uncommon, photo taken when i was flying on Nimrod patrol aircraft 500nm off SW UK. We lost 5 of the crew who tried to jump into dinghies in the night, those that remained till day break were lifted off by a Dutch Lynx helicopter, which if you look closely can see in the photo.