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 Engine   Plumbing   Refrigeration   Sails and Rigging   Cockpit   Deck Gear  
 Interior   Navigation Station   Safety Gear   Spares   Stowage  

Deck Gear

bulletSimpson Lawrence Anchorman 1200 windlass with rope and chain gypsy
bulletStainless steel chafe plates between anchor roller and windlass
bulletMaxwell chain stopper for primary anchor
bulletNew Found Metals flush deck anchor wash down fitting
bulletShurflo Blaster pump for deck wash down plumbed with fresh or salt water (see systems)
bulletChafe guards for midship cleats
bulletVetus exhaust fans in hatches of galley and both heads
bulletBauer Jr. gas powered SCUBA compressor in teak deck box -(fills a tank in 18 minutes)
bulletViking 6 man Viking Lite liferaft-  bad company- I do not recommend them
bulletOcean Kayaks Pocket Tracker one person kayak
bulletBic Fanatic windsurfer
bullet2-5 gallon diesel jugs
bullet1-6 gallon gas can
bullet2-3 gallon gas cans
bullet2 Nylon webbing jacklines from forward to aft cleats
bullet2 Wichard folding pad eyes for tying kayak or dinghy on deck

*Pad eyes, compressor box and liferaft are all through bolted to the cabin top with large aluminum backing plates. The interior holes are fitted with decorative plates to match the overhead in the main salon. (see photo in interior modifications).

Port deck view shows gas can lashed by traveler, sunshower lead into aft head, liferaft, Bauer scuba compressor, wind surfer boom.

 

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Starboard deck view shows kayak, solid boom vang, storm trysail track, boat hook, 12 gallons diesel fuel and  windsurfer.  Aft of the kayak are 6 gallons of gas.  On long passages the dinghy is put in place of the kayak and the light weight kayak goes on the davits.

 

 

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