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    Kenneth K

    Another Engine Panel Upgrade Pt 3

    Continued from Part 2.

    Thought I'd post the final chapter of my engine panel upgrade. I...

    Kenneth K 11-25-2019 10:54 PM

    V-Berth Re-Birth Part I

    Here is the last of the major carpentry projects that I had planned for my E29 interior. The V-Berth Workbench. This one probably isn't for everybody... If it helps, think of it as more of a...

    toddster 10-26-2019 05:35 PM

    Stern Access 30+ Part II

    In response to comments on the previous blog entry. Yes! Access to the quadrant is easy. You do have to lie on your back, but you can scooch right up under it. I constructed a shelf to fit over the...

    bigd14 10-07-2019 08:32 PM

    Stern Access 30+

    [FONT=&amp]I have been meaning to post this for awhile but only recently took some pics. The aft end of the 30+ is only accessible through the lazarette. It's not a comfortable space. Add a spare...

    bigd14 10-03-2019 11:00 PM

    E29 Starboard Side Storage (Part 2)

    What fools are we to try to force rectangular furniture into our round boats? More properly, these things should be some sort of honeycomb structure, growing organically from the hull while lending...

    toddster 09-23-2019 08:03 PM

    Galley Deets

    Can't seem to add photos to the "comments" section, so I'll tack on an extra post.

    Thanks all, for the kind words. Soft focus is a friend to some of the details...

    I should add that this, like...

    toddster 09-11-2019 08:20 PM
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    Lots of strong opinions on furlers. I use ProFurl because in my experience they are (1) good, (2) cheap (3) easily owner installable. I am in the process

    racushman Today, 11:59 AM Go to last post

    carbon monoxide

    That's probably a good testing protocol. My last one had a digital readout, that I didn't expect to be very accurate, but you could see it start registering

    toddster Today, 10:43 AM Go to last post
    Mark F

    Setting off around the world!

    Congratulations to you and Ava!

    Mark F Today, 10:30 AM Go to last post

    carbon monoxide

    I keep 2 regular homeowner type Co detectors in the boat relatively low in location. One in the engine compartment and one in the salon. Once a year I

    Navman Today, 10:01 AM Go to last post

    carbon monoxide

    "how to ensure that c-o does not backdraft into the cabin "
    When I had my first boat and after a long motor back down the narrow

    garryh Today, 05:31 AM Go to last post

    Navigation Lights - Mast Light Placement

    good point, There is no such thing as 'right of way'.
    The #1 rule is: "Avoid a collision, whatever you have to do"

    garryh Today, 04:37 AM Go to last post
    Loren Beach

    carbon monoxide

    Is there some info missing for this query? What's the possible source?

    Apropos of Whatever, I just replaced our five year old CO sensor/alarm.

    Loren Beach Yesterday, 11:12 PM Go to last post

    carbon monoxide

    how to ensure that c-o does not backdraft into the cabin

    glenc0 Yesterday, 10:41 PM Go to last post

    Navigation Lights - Mast Light Placement

    Hmmm... semantics, lovely stuff, gives meaning to life.

    May I suggest "stand on" and "give way" over right of way decisions?

    fool Yesterday, 09:31 PM Go to last post