Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
Sorry iPhone/iPad users, we are still waiting on Apple. :(Click the X in the upper right corner to make this go away
Hey Patrick. I found a whole organization dedicated to the mayfly. Go figure. Their only advice is to not use lights. Or if you do, use yellow bulbs. Did you see the pictures of the invasion on Dave's Catalina last year? His entire hull was black with them. You know how fastidious he is! He has those white LED dock lights all around his slip.This could be worse than the once a year mayfli attacks...I'm thinking of solutions..Pat
You guys are way over thinking this problem! Look at the bright side, at least your TV reception is improved and you don't have to buy any Rabbit Ears.I had trouble seeing it on the Mac with the bimini up. I wouldn't be able to see it on the Hunter except the PO installed a Stratoglass window in it.
Not a stupid question at all. I probably could see it but I don't want to have to strain my neck to look at it. (I had one on my H23.) I use cassette tape on the shrouds at pretty-much eye level. Yes, I've read the reasons why it's not as accurate as a windex at the top of the mast. A strained neck just isn't worth it to me.Why can you not see the windex while sailing...? Probably a stupid question.....Pat
Re: the hjt (hi-jacked thread) How about one of these? You can see your windex and your sextant at the same time. Wait. Hijack sounds like a sailing word. Ugh. Does anyone know???I don't want to have to strain my neck to look at it
Re: Hijack. Have to say I never imaged I would see Steam Punk fashion eyewear on this forum! We designed a Steam Punk themed boutique hotel a few years ago. Lots of gratuitous hardware. Did the elevator as Doctor Who's Tardis - blue doors and infinity mirrors inside the cab. Unusual project....