Modern cruising vessels have become very complex and expensive crafts that exist in salt-water corrosive environment. They require much more attention than in the past. This course will cover many service points, inspections, and routine things you should do to keep your vessel ‘alive’. While many repairs can be costly, often, just some routine inspection and preventative maintenance can save thousands of dollars, and more importantly give you confidence and maximize your enjoyment while out on the water. Michael Beemer has seen it all and will give you practical DIY objectives, homework & checklists.
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This is a great opportunity to take advantage of Pam Wall’s many cruising miles in her 39 foot sloop KANDARIK. One of the best things about living and cruising on a boat is that you become able to take care of just anything that needs attention to your floating home. Pam has lists to help remember what to look for, how to repair or replace, or simply maintain most of the equipment found on an ocean going sailboat today. This list, and all the information Pam tells about each item, will help you become the self sufficient Captain of your boat who knows what to look for and how to keep your equipment in good working condition. See Pam’s web-site www.pamwall.com or contact Pam at email@example.com.
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