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  1. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    Having bought a used boat a few years ago that has had some electrical upgrades, I would like to find a marine electrician who can first, map out all the electrical lines and second, make recommendations adding solar panels. I am located in Rhode Islands so I would be looking for someone around...
  2. Galley, Heads, Plumbing, Propane, Water etc
    The water supply to my generator includes a ball-valve and a check valve, which are both located under the waterline and close to the seacock. From the check valve, an 8-10 feet pipe runs to a strainer, which is well above the waterline. Problem 1: Given where it is positioned, the strainer...
  3. Please Introduce Yourself
    Hello, We would like to introduce ourselves to your community. Our company mainly focuses on marine generators, but from time to time we get engines and sail drives as well. Also if you need any parts feel free to give a shout and we will do our best to get you the best prices and speedy...
  4. Gear & Maintenance
    I just purchased a Smarter Tools brand portable generator, 2000W, from Costco. It's powered by a Yamaha MZ80 Engine. It's the AP200i. Today I unpacked the generator, added oil and gas, and pulled the chord to start. It purred to life instantly. I'm home this week, getting ready for a 6 day...
  5. Gear & Maintenance
    Greetings all. I am parting out a Gulfstar 45 and have a number of items available including a stainless steel arch with integrated davits and swiveling outboard hoist arm, Panda 6kw generator with about 1,000 hours, Anderson 52 and 28 self-tailing two-speed winches (two each), mast, boom, etc.
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