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Re: Ready To Go Back In?

Yawn...we will be taking the canvas off and going sailing on March 15 if the weather cooperates. Slip pick day is the following weekend I think at our club. All we have to do is put our heavier air 135 on first ( we use that till May then bring out the 155).

I know the dark blue hulled C&C 27 at White Rocks we see her out frequently. C&C owners tned always have their eyes on their fellow brothers and sisters as they are few and far between on the East Coast.

Sawmp...I though you have a three stage charger in the boat to charge the batteries. Will they let you plug in there ( 110 adapter to shore power)? When you use the 2000 to charge your batteries do you connect direct,? I was under the impression it was a very slow way to charge batteries? (13.3a/ hr if you use the ac and 8 amps/ hr dc)

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