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  1. BigNut
    HTH
    Let me know if I can be of any further assistance
    Steve
  2. BigNut
    Part II
    Here are some links to get you started:

    www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000EXWIVM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    www.amazon.com/PERA-assembly-liquid-disconnect-brewing/dp/B079LX9575/ref=sr_1_20?crid=1QKJBA0T4EHDR&dchild=1&keywords=c arbonation+cap&qid=1598914515&sprefix=carbonation% 2Caps%2C187&sr=8-20

    www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K4GGYT0/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    As I said, it is very simple. We also use th CO2 to preserve sealed containers with things like flour, etc in them.
    You will find that it is a lot easier to just buy the soda as you go along, but this is fantastic for making fresh sodas from fruit, etc. You can also have sodawater whenever you wish.
  3. BigNut
    Part I
    Hi Mark
    Sorry. I missed your message. Sure, what do you want to know?

    It is really quite simple:

    You need:
    A bottle of CO2
    A regulator
    Hose
    A carbonating head
    An adpator to fit the bottle

    To use:
    Fill your bottle with water and flavour
    Chill as cold as you can get it (this very significantly improves the speed and depth of carbonation achieved - even the bottlers use it, I am told)
    Squeze the bottle to expel all the air from the top and apply the carbonation cap.
    Connect to the carbonating head.
    Open the tank and set your pressure.
    SHAKE the bottle as it fills.
  4. Ray Hough
    Hello Capt. Mark,
    We have a soft top with full camper canvas. We are mostly in the mid Chesapeake.
  5. botanybay
    Hello Mark,

    David Zielke of Botany Bay here.

    Definitely interested in some parts, thank you very much for the offer.

    I am in los angeles and wondering your location to see if I happen to be in your area when I travel for work.

    Definitely curious what you are replacing the system with.

    Sincerely
    David Zielke

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  • About Cpt Mark
    Vessel Make/ model
    Island Packet, Packet Cat 35
    Vessel Name
    Nine Lives
    Location
    Portland, Oregon USA
    Occupation
    Retired
    Interests
    Travel, Flying Airplanes, Hiking, Outdoors, Scuba etc.
    Biography
    I was a professional Captain on Tug Boats, Charter boats,Private yachts and private yacht management for 15 years. I have 9600 Scuba dives all over the world and have lived and worked in 6 other countries so far. Been paralyzed from the neck down twice. Once with a broken neck snowboarding and another time severely bruised the spinal cord while backpacking. Now, I'm outfitting my Catamaran to sail the world.

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