The age old question and argument over bonding v. grounding v. lightning
I have a 3"X8" sintered bronze dynplate on the hull
exterior. Used to be an old defunct SSB
on board. No longer. Coastal US cruising only at this point. All DC returns to a common dc buss and finally the engine
block. Through hull
and other bonding was tied into the dynaplate(?) as well as a lighting
bond from the mast
and then all tied into the dc neg buss.
I would greatly appreciate any new thinking on this confusing question.
Ditch the dynaplate? Find a lightning
ground plate for the mast
and keep it isolated?
No hot marina here, residing on a mooring
, fairly hot river. What are you all doing out there?
Thanks for any input!!