1.* Friday Harbor anchorage
2.* Underway, San Juan Islands
3.* Ensenada Mexico, beginning refit
4.* Me, debating RickB on the meaning of torque
5.* In the slings
6.* Pilot House
7.* E/R utility sink
8.* Saloon heater
9.* Me, just before my single handed invasion of Mongolia
Moonstruck Sabre and Moonstruck Mainship (old) at anchor
In the slings at St. Pete
Lunch at Scotty's in Coconut Grove
My favorite chair at Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas
Moonstruck's interior looking forward
Last boat at anchor--Mainship Pilot 34
Moonstruck on the mooring ball under light house at Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas*
Lou's favorite chair at anchor in Pelican Bay at Cayo Costa Island
Little Moonstruck, 25' Blackfin cuddy center console powered by Cat 3208T*** Moonstruck at BYC
Our 36' Marine Trader in Watts Bar Lock Tennessee River
Our 28' Uniflite----the original Sundancer
-- Edited by Moonstruck on Tuesday 25th of October 2011 06:58:44 PM
Hey Darrell, I'll show you mine if you show me yours..... boat pics I meant you evil-minded people. Our boats are sort of like...well... brothers or sisters...and both quite ancient. But seriously, since I have her hull 2-pack re-sprayed and I did all the rest, the favourable comments from others on the dock is quite encouraging, and but for the fact a recent storm shredded my bimini, which is now still waiting for replacement, and delayed my getting her names all back on, I'd have some new pics and avatar to post - and I will, when I can.
I only use the tiny bulbs, so it really isn't that much power. It's an 8kw Westerbeke, but I can still run the heaters and refrigerator as well. If I could find my Kill-A-Watt, I'd take some measurements. I think it's buried in storage.
From past experience, using the C-5's and C-7's are a whole different story.