Our main sheet clutch has been slipping and we’ve lost faith in it. This means our main is usually wrapped around one of our winches as a backup. Today we take the clutch off the boat and give it a… Continue Reading →
It’s been too long for a post here! Winter is finally over, Covid lockdown is ending, things are looking up. Finally able to get out to the boat to remove the winter cover and found a surprise. Warning, this article… Continue Reading →
Seemed simple, but made mistakes and learned a few tricks along the way.
We had most of the solar equipment for our boat selected and purchased. But we were stuck on the most difficult part, how to mount the solar panels on our boat.
Look what the courier just dropped off at our doorstep! We are so excited!
Every year there’s always something that makes our plans more complex than they need to be. This year, we are changing our haul out location.
We just received the designs back from Precision Sails. We are super excited but have no idea what to look for in these sail designs. What do you think?
It wasn’t a planned expense, but we are still running our original 30 year old sails that are still in decent shape but the sun damage has gotten to the point where they are just falling apart.
We want to be able to keep better track of the power going in and out of our batteries when we are out cruising and heard good things about the Victron Smart Battery Monitor BMV-712. Other than running the wire… Continue Reading →
A fellow CS34 owner, Philip Maeise, has shared this information on repairing the base of his mast. Hopefully you will never need to do this, but it’s interesting to see the construction.
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