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Max...for day/weekend coastal sailing, you don't need much more than a credit card and cell phone!
For full time cruising in 2nd and 3rd world ports and multi-day passages, you need a whole lot more.
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I'm way overkill..

Engine
Imperlers-2
Gaskets-3
Oil Filters-1
Primary Fuel Filters- 2 - 10mic and 2 - 30mic
Alternator
Secondary fuel filters - 2
Alternator belt - 2
Water pump re-build kit - 1
Hose Clamps - many assorted sizes
Radiator hose in each size used on engine
Solenoid - 1
Air Filter -1
Zincs -3
HX gaskets -2
14lb. Radiator Cap -1
Tranny Fluid 1 gal
Oil 2 gallons
Oil Absorbing pads - 20+/-
Thermostat - 1
T-stat gasket - 2
Temp gauge sending unit -1
Coolant 1 gal
T-handle for Racor in case vacuum gauge fails
Fuel line
Strainer basket for Sea Strainer
Shaft Zinc -1

General
TefGel
Sika 291
Zipper Lube
Silicon Dielectric Grease
BoeShield
McLube
GooGone
Magic Eraser
Rags - 40 terry cloth / 20 Microfiber
Assorted Stainless Fasteners
Clevis pins - assorted
cotter pins - assorted
Shackles - assorted
O-Rings - about 60 assorted sizes
JB Weld
Batteries AA, AAA, D, C, 9V
Electrical tape
Zip Ties - assorted
UV Duct Tape
DevCon Plastic Welder
Velcro
Heat Shrink wiring connectors
Adhesive lined heat shrink tube
Nav bulbs
Interior bulbs
Terminal strips - assorted through 10 space
Fuses various sizes
Plumbing - large water prrof container of fittings
Wire 10-2, 12-2, 14-2 about 25 feet each
Rigging Blocks etc. - large waterproof container
Canvas repair stuff - buttons, twist locks etc.
Sail repair kit
Whipping line
Monel seizing wire
Domestic water filters - 2
Britta Faucet Mounted Filters - 2

Safety
Wet Suit
Dive Hat
Knives
Mask
Flippers

etc. etc..

God I need to stop this stuff is worth more than my boat...


Always close your organizers!
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Max...for day/weekend coastal sailing, you don't need much more than a credit card and cell phone!
For full time cruising in 2nd and 3rd world ports and multi-day passages, you need a whole lot more.

Spoken like a man who's never saile to Downeast Maine..
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I'm very disappointed that you don't have the individual compartments in the organizers labeled.

Lately, I've been using these great fishing tackle boxes to organize the parts. The box holds four smaller organizer trays, and has a large compartment up top for tools and such.

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Cotter pins, keyway pins, gas and paddle. For us trailer tra.. err, I mean sailors... it's all about getting back to the ramp.

Oh yeah, extra beer in case it takes extra time to get back to the ramp...
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Max...for day/weekend coastal sailing, you don't need much more than a credit card and cell phone!
For full time cruising in 2nd and 3rd world ports and multi-day passages, you need a whole lot more.
Ah, that was my point; that is basically what I said. Keep it up, I am going to start calling you CamDog!
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Ah, that was my point; that is basically what I said. Keep it up, I am going to start calling you CamDog!
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