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Anchored in 10,000 islands - 2015

nav pod

NavPod with ST60 Wind Instrument, A65 Raymarine Chartplotter, AutoPilot and ST40 Depth and Speed


AM-FM radio w/USB MP3 player and controls for shower sump and bilge pump

PYI 2 blade feathering prop - less drag when sailing and more power when motoring.  It also improves handling while backing up.

ICOM 506 VHF marine radio with AIS which is networked to the chartplotter shown above.  This allows you to see the location of larger vessels equiped with AIS (automatic identification system) on the chartplotter.  Also in the event you need to call the USCG in time of distress, pushing the red button on the radio will report your location and the nature of the distress to the Coast Guard immediately.

Both the sink drain and raw water inlet for the engine cooling water are equipped with Forespar Marelon seacocks with 1/2" G10 fiberglass backing plate.  No metal parts to corrode.

18 Gallon internal fuel tank plumbed to the engine through to oversize filters one 10 micron and one 2 micron filter.   Vacuum gauge indicates when the filter needs to be changed.  This give plenty of warning of when to change the filter and saves money by not changing filters needlessly.

Balmar externally regulated alternator which is setup to match the 3 group 27 100 amp/hour house batteries under the V-berth.  An AGM starting battery is installed much closer to the engine in the galley.  No need to worry about water levels in the battery which uses AGM(absorbed glass mat) technology.

CQR anchor and 25' of chain gives peace of mind while anchoring.   Second fortress anchor is included for backup or when necessary to set two anchors.

Sink installed in the head area.

Charles Industries battery charger also setup for AGM batteries.

Corian table top in galley.

Cabin area has screens for every opening making it comfortable when cruising the Everglades or other areas where mosquitoes may be present.