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Re: Dinghy theft protection
I guess I'm not too surprised there aren't more ideas, as I don't really see many dinghies with security measures. A neighbor had one stolen from our marina just this past year, so it's not a civilized thing necessarily. The police found it about 8 miles away.
I do subscribe to the idea of making yours tougher to take than the next one, not necessarily theft-proof. Locking the tiller so that it can't turn might work. I see Yamaha now has a remote ignition disabling device, but not apparently for under 30hp.
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