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Old 08-01-2017, 09:38 AM   #1
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Checklist (34T)

I tried posting this on the Yahoo site with limited success, so maybe better luck here (maybe I should have come here in the first place?).

This is my working draft of a checklist for my 2006 34T. I originally made it so that my parents could take the boat out on their own without having to make a series of phone calls asking how to energize the head, turn the temp down, lower the anchor, etc.

I'd love to see checklists others have made and welcome any edits or feedback on mine!

PDF attached. The Word file is too large to upload here, so here is the Google drive link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B99...ew?usp=sharing

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Nicely done
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More than a checklist this is a complete operator manual

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You're a brave man. I don't tell anyone where the key is just to board my boat, much less leave a checklist of how to take it out. There are one or two folks that I would let take it out without me, but they don't need a checklist, hence the reason I'd let them use it.

That being said, it is a very thorough list.
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Thanks! But because of where I live, my boat is hidden like a Columbian drug submarine. My dad is the only third party permitted to operate her, and he keeps the manual with him. He's got the seamanship--he's a USCG-licensed captain--and so the checklist is only for the systems. He keeps it on him, not on the boat.
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Do you close your seacocks after every use?
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Do you close your seacocks after every use?


Not all the time, but I should! Good step to add to the checklist--thanks!
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