Hi... I grew up on Cape Cod and moved to Maine in the early 70's. Did some sailing on the Cape ,but later on decided to learn more! :O) Went to Wooden Boat School ( seamanship) years ago.
I work on Islesboro,Maine,Shipyard Point Rd ( Dark Harbor) during the summer.( June 25 to Labor Day )
Maine coast, Cape Cod, Florida,Stuart, Port Charlotte, Islamorada, Marathon, Key West, Jupiter, St Thomas, BVI's, St Marten, St Lucia, Trinidad, Martinique. April 2009 I was sailing in Antigua. It was a beautiful 2 weeks.
Fall 2009 I went from Maryland to Ft Lauderdale....So many nice stops along the way! A few favorites ....Ocracoke Island, Cumberland Island and St Augustine. Sight seeing and theater...it was great!
Sail :O) and....I need to learn MUCH more about sailing !!! :O)
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"I was on my boat today and the fluxgate compass isn’t in the hanging locker. It’s not in any of the lockers. I think that because my boat is an early 40’ model in the production series the compass may not be in a typical location.…"
"I started that route....bought the RS150...seatalk converter... But gave up and bought a new 2032 battery for the existing gps antenna....
The fluxgate compass is in the aft cabin... "Shirt"cabinet... On the top of the side wall of…"
The original Raymarine 125 gps failed on my 2008 Oceanis 40. Based on research, I’m trying to install a RS150 GPS receiver. The 150 uses Seatalk NG vs. the boat’s antiquated Seatalk 1. Not exactly sure how to tie the new GPS into the network. I purchased a Seatalk1 to Seatalk NG converter block. The Raymarine Tech on the Raymarine Tech forum has advised me to run a independent power feed to the converter block. That’s about as far as I have gotten, waiting to get a call back from…See More