That's a great suggestions - we are on it!
In the meantime, here's a bit of a description of what she has, and what she needs:
Nema 2000 network including:
/ speed / temp triducer
Maretron DSM200 head
tranducer (wind speed and direction, temp, humidity, pressure) on masthead.
w/ Nmea GPS
input connected to NMEA 2000
network and marine distress
Lowrance 7 inch chartplotter
, connected to NMEA 2000
Lowrance GPS antenna
, on NMEA
New Electrical Equipment
Aqua __ tricolor / anchor
light on masthead
CD / Tuner with internal and external speakers
All new electrical
distribution circuits and panels
, batteries etc.
3 75 AH Optima batteries, one 100 AH Lifeline, all in very good condition, with isolation circuit.
newly faired bottom with 5 coats epoxy
barrier coat and new antifouling paint
internal frame and core
re-built 2007, new epoxy
and glass shell, barrier coat, antifouling paint
Topsides: New epoxy paint damaged by Sandy
: new epoxy paint damaged by Sandy. New lexan
windows. New canvas
Rig: New mast
All new running and standing rigging
, including masthead pulleys (for rope
, not rope
and wire as original)
New mechanical wire connectors all around, including isolation for backstay antenna
Original A-4, runs well, small coolant
leak, has every aftermarket improvement available:
closed loop cooling
with heat exchanger
Adjustable main jet on carb.
115 amp Balmar alternator
with latest smart regulator
New Prop (silicone bronze), new prop shaft, new cutlass bearing.
2 SS stantions on port side bent over. SS pullpit destroyed.
toe rail destroyed for 6 feet on port side.
glass joint destroyed for 4 feet on port side
Some topsides scratching of fiberglass
and paint on both sides.
Tons of other niceties and random equipment, such as a dickenson grill
and new propane
stove with external propane
valve for safety
. Way too much to list here.