Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Kemah, TX
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Pretty good overall list when you combined the add ins to what SD posted. My on board kit for cruising was put together after two years of refitting. Only way to know you have all the tools you need is to service every serviceable piece of equipment on the boat before you leave the dock. If you don't have the tool, go get it. I don't hire work out and have gotten creative on many projects, but haven't yet found myself lacking in tools. Despite the fact most things fit in a single, mostly well organized bag. The premade toolkits are not a bad start, but kind of a waste. I'd start by buying the basics you know you need then add as projects come up so your kit is tailor made to your boat.
And Imiloa - zip ties. WD40, duct tape, and zip ties. Sometimes duct tape won't stick to salty stuff.
Singlehanding to Panama and beyond
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