my wife and I own a 1978 custom built (brown design ) trimaran named wanderer II . She's a dream to sail and tough as nails , I've rode every hurricane out onboard since and including Ivan . we ended up 14 ft above sea level on that one . I was a maritime engineer for 20 years and just can't stay off the water . well I guess I've run my keys enough later . Ron
just local fishing and fun on the Wanderer , but lots of ports from alaska to brazil to africa and maine as an engineer . plus my time in Vietnam on the USS Chicago CG 11 westpac '66-'68
"Bruce, very interesting. I connected the dots after your comment. I too had a brief high temp event when I sucked small fish into the raw water thru-hull. Looking into it more, Vetus (the plastic muffler supplier) HIGHLY reccommends a high…"
Tired from a long upwind paddle along the intracoastal waterway bordering the town of Stuart, Florida we had a nice downwind reprieve for the second half of the tour. After looking back over my shoulder spying puffs coming from behind I could not resist a reprieve in the mangroves. Fellow tour buddy, Brian couldn't resist capturing my pose for which I am grateful. Another caveat of learning to sail is substituting one's body for a spinnaker. However, you sail, happy sails to you. …See More
I advised last year than when possible I would forward you a copy of our Dolphin Charger manual.
Finally that is now attached and you should have no trouble configuring your unit. Take the cover off to reveal the jumper switches.
As an aside our…"
"Wow nobody has been here for awhile and a long while. I wanted to say hello and love to meet people. I love sailing and I am a sailor with a disability but no less capable smiles. I hope to see more activity here and fair winds and following…"