Few weeks ago we bought a dinghy and an outboard to explore the marina. Now the question is where do we store our outboard? Our outboard engine, a honda 2hp is pretty small and lights, so I thought we could save with the inexpensive rail mount motor bracket from seadog line bought for less of $20 on ebay. Seadog rail mount...
After couple of fluorescent tube decided to stop working, we decided to upgrade the couple fixture with modern looking one. Galley:$95.95High-Line 19" LED Fluorescent Replacement Twin-Tube Fixturehttp://store.marinebeam.com/high-line-19-led-fluorescent-replacement-twin-tube-fixture/ Head$60.95High-Line 16" T5 LED Fluorescent Replacement Fixturehttps://store.marinebeam.com/high-line-16-t5-led-fluorescent-replacement-fixture/
The 2 cabin boards near the engine came with the boat in a pretty bad shape, they were in need of some love. I decided the risk was very low to exercise my varnishing skills on these boards. The result happened to be way better than I expected. Update March 2019. After this rainy...
One of the item to tackle from our purchase survey! The original bus bar for the AC circuit was corroded. It was a straight forward maintenance. Less of $20 bus bar from blue sea and some jumpers.
In the process to install the TLM 100 inside our aft center water tank (https://www.sailinghotelcatalina.com/water-tank-monitoring-with-maretron-tlm-100/), I dropped a small piece of plastic inside the tank. It's how I became interested about inspection port. My setup was based on this blog article: http://goodoldrvs.ning.com/profiles/blogs/installing-inspection-ports-in-water-tank Knowing I am a huge fan of http://www.goodoldboat.com/, this article was perfect for me! Right now I have been using the...