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Guest 30A Fail Safe Galvanic Isolator Marine , Boating Equipment

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Product Features: Prevents the electroplating action that occurs on boats with AC power feeds Voltage Rating: 115/230VAC Frequency Rating: 50/60Hz Current Rating: 30A at 50 deg. C Operating Temp: -20 to 50 deg. C Continuous Amps: 30 Amps Operation: 115/230VAC/50-60Hz Dimensions: 7-3/4W x 5L x 2-1/2H Weight: 3.25 lbs !--- cis:y4w2Om4GJ5A= ---



Celestial Navigation When Your GPS Fails

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The ultimate manual for bluewater navigation, complete with all the forms and data, for when your electronics fail.








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Boating Lab 01/30/18, via Boating Magazine (press release)

Here's an amazing statistic from BoatU.S., the nation's largest organization of recreational boaters: About half of the 12 million registered boats in the United States are not covered by insurance. Because you are a Boating reader, we know you are

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Boating Lab - Boating Magazine (press release)

Consequential Damage. , half of all sinkings occur at the dock after the failure of some small part below the waterline, such as a through-hull fitting or rubber sterndrive bellows. These parts most often fail due to “wear, tear and corrosion” or a lack of maintenance, so the insurance policy won’t pay for a new bellows. But suppose as a consequence of the failed bellows, your boat sinks and is a total loss. Make certain your boat policy includes consequential damage coverage that pays for a loss caused by a failed part that may be excluded under the policy. in this example, the failed bellows may not be covered, but the rest of the repairs or a total loss will be. Consequential damage coverage usually applies only to major or total losses. Typical coverage will include the immediate consequential damage resulting from fire, explosion, sinking, demasting, collision or stranding. Fuel-Spill Liability. Let’s say as a consequence of an accident or sinking, your boat has just discharged 400 gallons of fuel into the water. ) A policy with specific fuel-spill liability, up to this maximum amount, protects you from cleanup claims or third-party damage caused by the accidental discharge of oil or fuel. Some policies just pay the costs associated with a fuel spill up to the policy’s limit of liability coverage. On-Water Service and Towing. The average towing fee in the U. S. is about $700, according to BoatU. , and many boat insurance policies today offer on-water towing and service endorsements. Know the details of that coverage. If you cruise or trailer, are there any geographic limits to the tow and service coverage. What could your out-of-pocket costs be. If the coverage built into your policy seems weak, you might be better off with a separate towing service and routine service assistance plan (from outfits like TowBoatUS or Sea Tow), which can cost less... The coverage may go with you, not with the boat. Salvage Coverage. A fire, sinking, storm or grounding can often result in a salvage situation: The boat must be raised or moved to a safe location. If the boat is not a total loss and needs to be recovered and brought to a repair facility, salvage costs can quickly escalate, often in surprising ways. “There are a lot of salvage stories from last summer’s hurricanes, but few can top this,” says BoatU. “The owner of a 38-foot boat kept on a mooring off Dinner Key in Biscayne Bay did all he could short of hauling the boat to prepare for the hurricane: He had four 1-inch lines in place, placed chafe protection on the lines, stripped off all... It was apparently impact from another vessel, however, that released the boat from its mooring, and when the hurricane had passed, the vessel was resting in the end zone of the football field at Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove. The field abuts the bay, and the storm surge carried the boat until it stopped, upright, at the field house. The boat had very little damage. Salvage required hiring a land crane, negotiating with a neighbor to get the crane into the site, and trimming trees so the crane could lift the boat over the trees into a canal adjacent to the field, an operation that cost more than $20,000. The... The policy only cost about $100 a year. It’s natural to assume that the cost of salvage is covered by the base insurance policy, but some policies will subtract salvage costs from the insured value of the boat. Other policies may only provide a small percentage of the insured value for salvage, leaving you to pay the rest. Better policies provide separate salvage coverage that is equal to the boat’s hull-value coverage. As with fuel-spill coverage, the most protection likely comes from a policy with completely separate coverage for salvage. Also, consider whether your insurance provider can arrange salvage as quickly as possible, potentially negotiating with crane operators, divers, truckers, storage facilities, local government officials, or marina staff. Ask around on the dock and let the past experience of other boat owners be your guide. Trailer Coverage. Not all boat-insurance policies.

Source: www.boatingmag.com
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Curvy Collection Studded Wrap Dress

Curvy


An ultra flattering dress in a curve-hugging fit thanks to comfortable stretch fabric. The side ruching detail creates a faux-wrap design. Boat neck embellished with studs. Three-quarter sleeves. FIT: Everyone's favorite lengths for easy dressing and ultimate comfort. Loved for their fluid movement, maxis and midis never fail to make a statement. Item Number #315866, 96% Polyester/4% Spandex, Machine Wash, Imported Plus Size Collections, Length: 44" , Plus Sizes 0X-5X, Petite Plus Sizes 0XWP-3XWP, Catherines

$89.95

Catherines
Curvy Collection Studded Wrap Dress

Curvy


An ultra flattering dress in a curve-hugging fit thanks to comfortable stretch fabric. The side ruching detail creates a faux-wrap design. Boat neck embellished with studs. Three-quarter sleeves. FIT: Everyone's favorite lengths for easy dressing and ultimate comfort. Loved for their fluid movement, maxis and midis never fail to make a statement. Item Number #315866, 96% Polyester/4% Spandex, Machine Wash, Imported Plus Size Collections, Length: 44" , Plus Sizes 0X-5X, Petite Plus Sizes 0XWP-3XWP, Catherines

$89.95

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Boating fail
Boating fail
Taken on 09 March 2013 in Western Sahara near Before-Tarfaya Laayoune (DSC_7089) freewheely.com: Cycling Africa beyond mountains and deserts until Cape Town
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Boating fail
Boating fail
Taken on 09 March 2013 in Western Sahara near Before-Tarfaya Laayoune (DSC_7087) freewheely.com: Cycling Africa beyond mountains and deserts until Cape Town
Photo by jbdodane on Flickr
Same journey
Same journey
Sometimes we only see chaos. Sometimes we see our worlds upside down. But often we fail to see that our friends are with us too, to guide us, to comfort us or just to be there with us. (A young couple takes a boat ride in Okavango Delta, Botswana, on their honeymoon It is the reflection)
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