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Old 12-04-2012, 13:45   #31
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espresso machine takes 78 amps to go. too much electricity. i make super strong coffee sans machinery. (had one for a while)
make drinks on the rocks instead of blended...
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Zee this is a wish list of luxuries, practicality flies. Ice for some would be a luxury. Warm drinks standard, cold drinks to die for.
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i dont usually use ice, so is a luxury to me...and i cannot use for drinks for me, as i try to die of 'em....
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I thought a list of the things that you have onboard to make life (for you) easier… (emphasis mine)
It quickly turned into another "wish list," but that wasn't the original intent. Too bad: it started off being interesting.
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Fresh Brazilian veggies for the vegan lady visitors.
Brazilian veggies

And of course a lot of things mentioned in the other posts. For me, while they still are only $1.13 per watt, as many solar panels as I can get to fit.
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espresso machine takes 78 amps to go. too much electricity. i make super strong coffee sans machinery. (had one for a while)
make drinks on the rocks instead of blended...
Our VitaMix takes 92 amps, but that doesn't stop my wife from bringing it along.

What I really want is infinite life, heavy duty super slick, self cleaning BOTTOM PAINT !!!
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WOW ! We are truly going for it here.

Here is our equipment so far on our dream boat. It has become a lifetime hobby, we just keep adding to it every year. This year we are redoing all the upper lever seating uplholstery.


Salon:

Two seat recliner sofa

Two gliding chairs,

Wine refrigerator end table and a two drawer file end table.

Blue Ray DVD player,

Flat screen LCD 23” TV

Denon home theater Sound system in Salon with

Bose speakers with subwoofer for 5.1 sound.
Large cabinet for bar and additional storage.

Dining: Four seat booth, with storage under seats. (Table comes down to make double bed for additional sleeping accommodations)

Main Galley:

Built-in Dishwasher

Built-in Splendide Washer/Dryer

Built-in Dual ring Range top

Built-in Coffee maker

Built-in Can opener

Garburetor

Built-in Hot water dispenser

11 Cu Ft. All fridge unit, 120 Volt

Built-in Microwave convection Oven

Breakfast Bar with two stools.

Corian Countertops

Excellent Cabinets with lots of Storage

Cork flooring in galley and dinette


Summer Galley on upper deck:

Napoleon Stainless propane BBQ

Dual Burner Propane stove top.

Toaster oven.

One Gallon Marguerita Blender.

Pots and Pan Storage under Grilling Pod with propane storage

Drawer storage behind Helm for utensils, dishes etc...

Sink with hot and cold water.

Side by side Energy Efficient Everest commercial counter height Refrigeration unit,
9 cu ft freezer, + 9 cu ft Refrigerator with two inch R10 insulation under a white
Corian counter top.



Electronics:

Fly bridge: (All electronics refitted in March 2008 and 2010)

Garmin 5212 Touch screen Chart plotter

Garmin 4212 Multi screen display and Chartplotter,

Garmin 4210 Multi screen display and Chart plotter.

Garmin Remote control for three plotters above.

Garmin’s state of the art Blue chart G2 Vision cards Provides regular navigation charts, tide information as well as 3D views, above and under water per charts, fishing charts, satellite imagery, aerial photos, marine services and points of interest. Also has regular charts for all coastal North America for all Great Lakes and St. Lawrence seaway, Great Loop and all canals as follows:

24 Garmin SD Cards

Great Lakes:
US015R Lake Superior
US016R Lake Michigan
US017R Lake Huron
US018R Lake Erie
US019R Lake Ontario, Erie, Trent & Rideau Canal
US020R St. Laurence Seaway to Sept Iles,
Sorel to Troy NY, Lake Champlain

St. Laurence to Bay of Fundy

CA006R Bay de Chaleur & P.E.I.
CA007R Gaspé & Newfoundland
CA005R Nova Scotia to Halifax
CA004R Bay of Fundy


U.S. East Coast Maine to Chesapeake

US001R North Maine - Passamaquoddy Bay to Penobscot Bay
US002R South Maine - Bar Harbor to Gloucester Harbor Mass.
US003R Cape Cod Portsmouth to Sag Harbor, Incl. Boston.
US004R Troy NY to NY City
(See St. Laurence for Quebec to Troy via Lac Champlain)
US038R New York to Chesapeake


U.S. East Coast,
Chesapeake to Key West

US006R Chesapeake bay
US007R Norfolk to Charleston
US008R Charleston to Jacksonville
US009R Jacksonville/Key west, incl.
Fremont and Nassau, Bahamas

Key West to Lake Michigan
And South Gulf to Central America

US011R Key West to Tampa
US012R Tampa to New Orleans
US036R Inland Rivers - Lake Michigan to Gulf of Mexico
US032R Southern gulf of Mexico, New Orleans to Belize
US031R South West Caribbean Cuba, Cayman,
Cancun to Barranquilla Columbia, Central Amer.

Garmin network connector

Garmin XM live Satellite weather service.

Garmin XM Antennae NMEA 2000

Garmin GPS Antennae (2)

Garmin Radar, 4 foot Array, 72 mile coverage.

Garmin GWS 10 Marine wind sensor

Garmin TR1 Gladiator Autopilot with controls next to helm seat arm rest.
TR1 wireless control module

Garmin Depth Sounder (displayed on all plotters)

Garmin AIS600 Automatic Identification System.

Echo Pilot Forward Looking Sonar provides underwater vision up to 1000 feet.

Flo-Scan Diesel Fuel monitoring System with Electronic Tachometers, fuel used, GPH, MPG indicators and Hour meters

2- Back up TV monitor camera

Salon & Galley Monitor Camera

Uniden VHF Radio with 1 wireless remote in Main Galley for communication with helm.

Pioneer Sound System, with ten 8” speakers, two 1000 watt amplifiers and subwoofer. Plus 300 watt amp for bow speakers. (Gotta keep the bow fluff dancing).

Rudder position indicators

Ritchie Digital compass.

KVH Satellite (Automatic Tracking) TV System (New 2008)

Twin Shakespeare 5206C VHF Antennas

Flagship Marine Security System (New 2010)

Shakespeare Cruise net unit for always on live internet access (New 2010)

Shakespeare 5412-S Cellular amplification Dual Band Antennae

Shakespeare 5248 Wi-Fi amplification Antenna


Lower Helm Electronics:
Garmin 540 Chart plotter

Push button steering

Xantrex gauging for house batteries and Inverter, amp usage, voltage, amp hours left on batteries etc…

Xantrex trickle charger gauging to indicate condition of engine batteries and dinghy batteries at the control panel

B&G VHF Radio

Ritchie Digital Compass


Electrical:

3 Reverse Cycle Heat/Air - 48,000 BTU

20 Gal. Hot water Heater.

2 - Sterling 210 Amp 12V smart chargers. One on each drive engine and utilizes both 130 amp Alternators to charge engine, house, and thruster batteries while en route.

3000 watt Heart Interface Xantrex Inverter/charger New 2009. with xantrex gauges and dual echo chargers for all batteries.

Twelve Batteries. 3 – Engines, 5 – House, 2 – Bow Thruster, 2 – stern thruster, (all less than 2 years old)

Auto Battery charging System from shore power or Generator. Charges all 12 batteries plus Dinghy.

12.5 KW Westerbeke Diesel Generator set, New rebuilt generator head unit August 2011.

Side Power Bow and stern thrusters, 10.7 HP each, 24 volts. Each with independent battery and charger keeping them totally separate from House Batteries.

Dual 50A/120volt connection to Single 50A/250V 100 foot Shore Service and Cord, converter plugs to 30 Amp (single 30 Amp or with Y to connect to two 30 amp) and 15 Amp.

ELECTRICAL NOTE: There is no need to operate generator while cruising. The sterling chargers maintain the house batteries which provides ample power to the inverter to operate BOTH energy efficient refrigeration units and the 120 volt chargers for the thrusters while cruising.



Deck and Superstructure:

Factory Installed Fly bridge and Top Deck Hardtops

Full Covered Cockpit w/Walk-Thru Transom Door

Grilling pod

Bow Thruster by Side Power 10.7 HP

Stern Thruster by Side Power 10.7 HP

Stainless steel self launching Ultra Anchor- 77 lbs. (35 kg)

2 XL Box Anchors for use at Stern.

Anchor safety chain Lock to relieve pressure on Windlass


Large Anchor sling with large snubbers for overnight anchoring.

Quickline 200ft flat line for anchor safety. Stainless steel Reel mounted on bow railing.

Maxwell 3500 Windlass & 200' of 3/8 Galvanized Chain

Windlass foot switch on deck and panel switches at helm.

Bow and upper deck Mood Lighting

Retractable Instrument Panel

No Ladders - gentle Wide Steps

Custom Circular Seating/Round Table on Top Deck

Computer desk, storage cabinet on fly bridge

Full Fly Bridge and Upper Deck Enclosures, New 2011

All upper deck seating and sun pad upholstery redone in Deep blue with Gold specs and edging , sunbrella, re-upholstered in 2012.

3 Lit staircases

Trim Tabs

Remote Search Light Guest (New 2010)

Uncovered Sundeck 6’x 7’

Custom Stainless railing around Sundeck

Custom Stainless railing around roof top.

Custom quickly accessible large Storage under sundeck for all safety equipment, life jackets etc…

23 life jackets and PFD’s

24” Life Ring

10” Brass Bell

Three cleanup system locations. Bow, top deck and cockpit.

Hinged doors at both upper deck entrances.

Cockpit has retractable shower head and connections for 100 foot shore power cord, cable, and phone and 100 ft dock water hose all wrapped into one sunbrella covered line..

Two stainless steel double 12” fender holders at bow.

Two double built-in 10” fender holders on upper deck

Two single built-in 10” fender holders in cockpit.

Lit cockpit

Six 10 x 26 fenders and covers.

Four 12 x 30 Fenders with covers.

Two 16 x 48 Heavy duty Inflatable fenders

Custom Stainless steel ladder to roof.



3 Staterooms all with queen beds:

2 HEADS each with shower and bath:



Additional:

Bennett Trim Tabs

Dual Racor Fuel Filtering System, 2011

Algae X on each Drive engine 2010.

Automatic air bleeding and Fuel priming/pressurizing system.

Air-Sep units on Drive Engines.

Gulf Coast Fuel polishing system

20" stainless steel tilt steering wheel with Edson steering ball

Mathers Electronic shift/throttle controls with synchronizer with
Remote throttle control with 60 foot cord to move control of throttles and both thrusters to bow or stern for one person docking. This unit allows full control of thrusters, engines and transmissions, not like wireless where you can only control thrusters and transmissions and NOT engine speed.

Kahlenberg Dual Trumpet Horns

Three way wireless communications for docking etc…

Radar lowering bracket (Allows lowering Radar unit and over all height by 2 feet, without having to disconnect)

4 foot Counter top extension is removable and stores under sun deck

Arch overhead lights

Bilge pump indicator lights for all three bilge pump areas.

Automatic Oil X Change unit, all three engines.

Lower Helm Station in Salon

Wipers, 3 on lower level, 2 on fly bridge

Custom Bow/Beaching Ladder

Fire Boy Fire Extinguishing System in each engine compartment.

3 - Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Twin Disc Transmission

Shaft spurs

Antifouling Bottom Paint

"Y" Valve w/Macerator Pump

Tank Watch Alert System

Dehumidifier

Lighted Cedar Lined Hanging Lockers

Hunter Douglas "Dual Light" 3-Way Blinds

Plush Carpeting

Custom Draperies, Shams and Bedspreads

Ozone Air Purification System

Culligan Ultra Violet Light and triple carbon filter Water purification system. (New 2009)

Wall Vac Built in Central Vacuum

Spare set of Props, located in custom built steel rack next to galley fridge.

Extra storage for filters and spare parts on shelves behind galley fridge.

Built in TV’s in Forward and Aft staterooms, Salon, and upper Deck.

Covered Cockpit w/Walk-thru Transom Door

TNT Hydraulic Transom Lift

With Dinghy: Nautica solid bottom wide Rib Inflatable 2003, 10.5 foot with 25hp motor, full helm and seating for 4, with, VHF for communication with mother ship and Garmin 640 land/marine, touch screen Chart plotter.
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Not to be outdone by RaySea Lady,

The boat

One of the 4 SMG 50's when they hit the used market.

Back up the 48 VDC electric motors with a 25KW/hr, 48 volt lithium house/propulsion battery bank.

20KW diesel DC charging only gen-set. No AC, less weight, very efficient

4800 watt 120/240VAC inverter, 48 volt input.

As many China made $1.13 per watt solar panels as the boat will fit.

Fully electric galley, induction cook top and 1500 watt rail mounted insulated BBQ. No propane.

Takacat LITE catamaran/tunnel hull dinghy, and electric outboard. 48 volt golf cart charger for dinghy's battery pack.

And a small list of extras;

HAM SSB with 600 watt solid state amp, have, ready to install.

Salon flat screen 32", guest and master berth 26" for each, have, ready to install.

(2) freezers, (1) fridge

wifi and amp

LED lights through out
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It quickly turned into another "wish list," but that wasn't the original intent. Too bad: it started off being interesting.
No worries on the thread drift into fantasy land (the price of attracting posts and IMO makes the thread all the more interesting) - I will distil the info into an updated summary post tommorow (right now I can't be arsed ).......once the subject has been flogged to death (in the usual CF style ) I will probably split the list into two:

1) Very Nice to have
2) If I win the lottery

Will cut and paste both lists onto the webpage (no deletions - albeit probably a bit of editing) - after all, someones useless luxury is another's "must have".....on which note I will add:

Armchair
Deckchair.

The second will happen, the first I have thought about - and have not yet completely ruled out (and I'm at 30' ).
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2 pages into the thread and nobody mentions an espresso machine!?!?
I quite sure it was one the "essentials" list. Except on Zeehag's boat were you just chew the beans and chase it with some seawater.
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A buddy of mine has a blender powered by a weed-wacker engine. Makes a mean frozen margarita. Hard to keep it secret, however, when you're trying to have a small party.
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certain items from the Hustler store for those windless days in the south pacific



Not that I have ever been in the store,,,have just heard about it
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A buddy of mine has a blender powered by a weed-wacker engine. Makes a mean frozen margarita. Hard to keep it secret, however, when you're trying to have a small party.
Just have to one-up on this one. Here is my buddy's blender. Gordon's double-trouble. Us T-bucket folk are a bit twisted.


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V3

I think most of these are doable / have been done.........(albeit probably not all on one boat! - although RaySea Lady probably comes closest!)

Very Nice to Have (plus luxuries & toys)

9'4 avon with a 3.5hp nissan engine.
banda ancha or some way to receive internetz on board for not too much money
10” Brass Bell
12" Waterproof fold-out/hidden display in the cockpit.
12-gallon water heater with anti-scald system
2 - Sterling 210 Amp 12V smart chargers. One on each drive engine and utilizes both 130 amp Alternators to charge engine, house, and thruster batteries while en route.
2- Back up TV monitor camera
2 XL Box Anchors for use at Stern.
20 Gal. Hot water Heater.
20" stainless steel tilt steering wheel with Edson steering ball
20KW diesel DC charging only gen-set. No AC, less weight, very efficient
23 life jackets and PFD’s
24” Life Ring
240V, 110V, 12V
26" touchscreen chartplotter/radar/ multifunction display/ internet ready with sat data connection of course. (one inside and one outside)
3 - Carbon Monoxide Detectors
3 Lit staircases
3 Reverse Cycle Heat/Air - 48,000 BTU
3000 watt Heart Interface Xantrex Inverter/charger New 2009. with xantrex gauges and dual echo chargers for all batteries.
4800 watt 120/240VAC inverter, 48 volt input.
A Woman
AGM batteries
Aircon
Air-Sep units on Drive Engines.
AIS+radar+integrated nav system with wireless autopilot control
Algae X on each Drive engine
All chain Anchor rode for primary
All waterproof / ruggedized computers and phones
All wireless instruments.
Anchor safety chain Lock to relieve pressure on Windlass
Arch overhead lights
Armchair
asymmetrical spinnaker (w/ dedicated primary winches)
Automatic air bleeding and Fuel priming/pressurizing system.
automatic fire suppression system in engine room
Back up the 48 VDC electric motors with a 25KW/hr, 48 volt lithium house/propulsion battery bank.
BBQ
Bedroom doors instead of curtains
Beer
Bicycles
bilge alarm + hard-wired CO alarms and smoke detectors in every cabin
Bilge pump indicator lights for all three bilge pump areas.
blender (for those tropical margaritas)
blowers + 24/7 forced-air ventilation system
boom gallows for both booms--with biminis attached for shade,
Bose entertainment system below + separate cockpit surround-sound stereo with satellite radio
Bow and upper deck Mood Lighting
Bow Thruster
Breakfast Bar with two stools.
Built in TV’s in Forward and Aft staterooms, Salon, and upper Deck.
Built-in Can opener
Built-in Coffee maker
Built-in Dishwasher
Built-in Dual ring Range top
built-in electric oil-change pump
Built-in Hot water dispenser
Built-in Splendide Washer/Dryer
Canvas that can convert from full boat canopy down to bimini/dodger, and full cockpit enclosure
Cat
cockpit cushions
Cockpit has retractable shower head and connections for 100 foot shore power cord, cable, and phone and 100 ft dock water hose all wrapped into one sunbrella covered line.
Coffee perculator
Complete set of spare parts
Compressed air
Computer desk, storage cabinet on fly bridge
Corian Countertops
Cork flooring in galley and dinette
Covered Cockpit w/Walk-thru Transom Door
crew (optional, if man is on board),
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Culligan Ultra Violet Light and triple carbon filter Water purification system.
Custom Bow/Beaching Ladder
Custom Circular Seating/Round Table on Top Deck
Custom Draperies, Shams and Bedspreads
Custom quickly accessible large Storage under sundeck for all safety equipment, life jackets etc…
Custom Stainless railing around roof top.
Custom Stainless railing around Sundeck
Custom Stainless steel ladder to roof.
custom-built (walnut) saloon and cockpit tables
davits (+ 10' RIB with 15hp electric start engine)
Deck shower w/instant hot water
Deckchair
Dedicated onboard workshop
De-humidifyer
Digital compass.
Disco lights
Distillery
dodger + bimini + matching weather cloths
Drill press
Drills
dual Racor filtration system
Dual Racor Fuel Filtering System
Ducted Air Conditioning and heating throughout.
Electric halyard winch
Electric windlass
Electronic shift/throttle controls with synchronizer with
Espresso machine
Extra storage for filters and spare parts on shelves behind galley fridge.
Fire Boy Fire Extinguishing System in each engine compartment.
Flo-Scan Diesel Fuel monitoring System with Electronic Tachometers, fuel used, GPH, MPG indicators and Hour meters
Forward deck sun cushions.
Forward looking Sonar
Four 12 x 30 Fenders with covers.
Fresh Brazilian veggies for the vegan lady visitors.
freshwater-plumbed electric macerating heads
Full Covered Cockpit w/Walk-Thru Transom Door
Full Fly Bridge and Upper Deck Enclosures
Fully electric galley, induction cook top and 1500 watt rail mounted insulated BBQ. No propane.
Galerider drogue
Garburetor
Generator / whisper gen
Giraffe
Goat
Grilling pod
Grinder
Gulf Coast Fuel polishing system
Guns
HAM SSB with 600 watt solid state amp, have, ready to install.
HD 3D radar
Heater
Hinged doors at both upper deck entrances.
Home theatre Sound system in Salon with Bose speakers with subwoofer for 5.1 sound.
Hot tub!
Hot water shower in head
Hugh, insane size swim step
Hunter Douglas "Dual Light" 3-Way Blinds
Ice
Immarsat fleet broadband
Industrial sewing machine,
in-mast furling
integrated instrumentation: knot log, depth, fish finder, wind instruments
Jigsaw
joy stick control
Kahlenberg Dual Trumpet Horns
Karaoke machine
kvh satellite TV system
Large Anchor sling with large snubbers for overnight anchoring.
Large battery house bank
Large cabinet for bar and additional storage.
large solar bank to run it all
LED lights throughout
Lighted Cedar Lined Hanging Lockers
Lit cockpit
Lower Helm Station in Salon
Macerator pump on oversized black water tank.
Massively oversized Anchor(s)
Maxwell 3500 Windlass & 200' of 3/8 Galvanized Chain
Micro brewery
Microwave
Motorbike?!
No Ladders - gentle Wide Steps
One of the 4 SMG 50's when they hit the used market.
oversize Edson access wheel with elk-hide cover
Ozone Air Purification System
Parrot
Pirate Flag
plumbed dish-drying locker with built-in ventilation fan
Plush Carpeting
Power steering
Push button steering
Queen size beds
Quickline 200ft flat line for anchor safety. Stainless steel Reel mounted on bow railing.
quiet generator for the rainy days
Radar / sonar
Radar lowering bracket (Allows lowering Radar unit and over all height by 2 feet, without having to disconnect)
Real drinking glasses
Remote power winch on plough anchor.
Remote Search Light Guest
Remote throttle control with 60 foot cord to move control of throttles and both thrusters to bow or stern for one person docking. This unit allows full control of thrusters, engines and transmissions, not like wireless where you can only control thrusters and transmissions and NOT engine speed.
Retractable Instrument Panel
RIB: Nautica solid bottom wide Rib Inflatable 2003, 10.5 foot with 25hp motor, full helm and seating for 4, with, VHF for communication with mother ship and Garmin 640 land/marine, touch screen Chart plotter.
Rudder position indicators
Rum
Salon & Galley Monitor Camera
Salon flat screen 32", guest and master berth 26" for each, have, ready to install.
Sander
Satphone
Sauna (not as impractical as it sounds!)
Scanmar SOS emergency rudder
SCUBA Gear
Security / Alarm system (Gost)
self-bleeding Turbo diesel
Several reefers and freezers throughout the boat
Shaft spurs
Shakespeare Cruise net unit for always on live internet access (New 2010)
shore-power transformer
Side thrusters
Silent 3K generator w/remote start
Sirocco cabin fans in all cabins
Six 10 x 26 fenders and covers.
Solar Panels (more!)
solar panels + wind generator + computerized charge controllers/battery monitors
solar-powered tiki torches
Spare set of Props, located in custom built steel rack next to galley fridge.
Stainless hardware throughout the boat.
Stainless steel self launching Ultra Anchor- 77 lbs. (35 kg)
stand-alone shower in owner's suite with dedicated gray-water tank
Stern Thruster
Takacat LITE catamaran/tunnel hull dinghy, and electric outboard. 48 volt golf cart charger for dinghy's battery pack.
Tank Watch Alert System
Teak decking
Three way wireless communications for docking etc…
three-blade folding prop
Tides Marine Mainsail Track System
TNT Hydraulic Transom Lift
Toaster oven.
Tools in metric and imperial (and Whitworth?!)
transom shower
Trim Tabs
Twelve Batteries. 3 – Engines, 5 – House, 2 – Bow Thruster, 2 – stern thrusters.
Twin Disc Transmission
twin polycarbonate sea kayaks with carbon-fiber paddles
Two 16 x 48 Heavy duty Inflatable fenders
Two double built-in 10” fender holders on upper deck
Two gliding chairs
Two seat recliner sofa
Two single built-in 10” fender holders in cockpit.
Two stainless steel double 12” fender holders at bow.
Uncovered Sundeck 6’x 7’
Underwater lighting
Vac-U-Flush toilet
variable-speed freshwater pump
Vice
Walk in deepfreeze.
Wall Vac Built in Central Vacuum
Washing Machine
Watermaker and two or more water tanks
well built handsome slightly older man with multiple skills, inclusive of mechanix, electricals and electronix,
wifi and amp
Windlass foot switch on deck and panel switches at helm.
Wine refrigerator end table and a two drawer file end table.
Wipers, 3 on lower level, 2 on fly bridge
Xantrex gauging for house batteries and Inverter, amp usage, voltage, amp hours left on batteries etc…
Xantrex trickle charger gauging to indicate condition of engine batteries and dinghy batteries at the control panel


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