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Hi all I hope this website lasts and we dont get overcome by spam.
Does anyone have a basic diagram of the electrical system for a sailboat?
starting at the plug in to shore power. I dont want books I just need the basic circuit breakers battery converter sort of picture.
Thanks
Ken

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Hey Ken,

So far Seaknots is spam free. I know that Beneteaus usually come with simple diagrams of all systems. I found one that reflects a 30ft boat.
http://www.first317.nl/web317/Techniek31.7/electrical.gif

I didn't see the key, but it at least shows the layout. I hope this helps!

- Andrea
Sailboat Electrics Simplified by Don Casey. I know you said you didn't want a book, but this is one of the best, and it really is KISS. If you just Google Sailboat Wiring diagram, you'll probably find something that will show you waht you're looking for.
No photos, but this site does have a simplified explaination of some basics. http://www.cruising.sailingcourse.com/electrical_system.htm

I found a basic diagram here: http://www.uscgboating.org/safety/boatbuilder/electrical/_GIF_ELEC/...

Hope it helps.
I am not sure if this will work but I am going to try and add a picture of one here.

[IMG]http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s254/Freesail/buccelec_305-1.gif[/IMG]
Nice drawings. Can you ya or na the thought I have heard about taking a plate of metal, I have forgotten the type of metal, and put it in the ocean and connect the plate with a wire to the negative post of the 12volt battery to reduce electrolisis? Thanks.
See The Diagrams (& much more) for AC & DC Systems in ABYC Section E-11 AC and DC ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ON BOATS at:
http://www.boatdesign.net/boat-design-wiki/uploads/0/0b/ABYC-Electr...

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