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03-09-2012 07:41 AM
Tafa
Re: sailing goodies

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Originally Posted by BostonSailor View Post
Half model hull for the office so you can keep your eyes on the prize
That's my winter project I'm making one wooden model per winter (I could not finished this winter's project yet tough .... next winter I will try a half hull

For this season... #1 item on my wish list is a chartplotter (Probably a SH CPF 190) If I go really "Wishful" I would add fish finder transducer as well

Cheers,

Tafa
03-08-2012 11:26 PM
BostonSailor
sailing goodies

Half model hull for the office so you can keep your eyes on the prize
03-08-2012 11:21 PM
Sabreman
Re: sailing goodies

I don't have a list of things that I want for the boat. She has enough baubles. What's wrong with me?
03-08-2012 11:09 PM
bljones
Re: sailing goodies

And I'm good with that. It's like our own domestic "Don't ask, don't tell" policy coupled with a doctrine of Mutually Assured Destruction.
03-08-2012 11:06 PM
Serendipitous
Re: sailing goodies

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But you're not gonna be able to hide it from your wife.
That's ok, she hides things from you too.
03-08-2012 10:06 PM
bljones
Re: sailing goodies

Okay, what kind of budget is this bonus, 'cuz I can show you how to spend anywhere from 2 digits to 5.
In an afternoon.
Easy.
But you're not gonna be able to hide it from your wife.
03-08-2012 09:52 PM
Serendipitous
Re: sailing goodies

Ours would be a watermaker which we just purchased over the winter...and the latest installment, a CO2 tank to turn that water into soda! (with syrup of course) Rum and coke anyone?, I can now make make my own.
03-08-2012 04:51 PM
RobGallagher
Re: sailing goodies

Iphone4
All my music plays through the stereo
Access to weather/radar updates
Backup chart plotter/GPS
Decent camera/video
Access to the wonders of google
Podcasts on just about anything
Yes the screen is small but if I'm bored I can read, or watch something.
etc., etc., etc.,...
03-08-2012 04:37 PM
BreakAwayFL
Re: sailing goodies

Through Hull lights can be SUPER expensive, or not at all. Be sure to look around. A company in FTL recommended by West Marine quoted me $200 - $800 each, installed. A gritty old boaters store that's been around forever carried the same product starting at $60 and gave me an hour long instruction on how to install them myself.

That said I motored past a sailboat equipped with these at night about two months ago, and it looked as close to Eden as you can imagine. Deep blue lights lit up around the boat and the sea floor below as the owners took an evening swim. Breathtaking. I've also seen power boaters with blinding white coming from beneath the outboards, also a very cool look.

There are also companies with through hull CAMERAS! I haven't found a decent price yet, but I'm sure I will eventually!
03-08-2012 03:41 PM
jkiser Breakaway, you sure know how to make a list. new stereo and binoculars are on my list as well. I like the thru hull lights I am going to look into them
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