""live aboard sailing: the Reality" is the first part to this vid on You Tube- it helps dispel the odd idea that we boaters lay around on beaches and drink cocktails all day (or that most of us are rich and spoiled) NOT!!! we work REALLY…"
"Don't think so. Have measured mine at 2.7 amps on start up . So know they are the same. The sheet in attachment might be wrong. They have exact same compressor so not sure why there would be any difference. Am sure there are some others here…"
"Yes, I have and Edge Star. Same inners as Engel at half the price. have had it on the boat for five years and has always worked well. Can also be used as a freezer if you like. it has an FF ( Fast Freeze) position and takes it down to - 8 degrees…"
Singlehanded cruiser/liveaboard nomadic wanderer. Work onboard the vessel to earn a living (I'm not retired or rich!) Am an ABYC cert. Marine Electrical Tech. & mechanic. Will also do commercial artwork & writing for magazines, mostly boating themed. For more cruising pics and to see artwork, website is at WWW.ARTOFFSHORE.COM
My "baby" is a Bayfield cutter, 31', yellow hull with Gozzard's trademark clipper ship's bow. Her name is Angel & have been with her for 10 years now and don't plan on changing that! I love her and of the boats I've sailed, she just fits me so well. Before her, sailed a trimaran, then a cruising catamaran. Started cruising life by crewing on friend's boats as a youth. (grew up on boats in a cruising family on water, so that is what's most comfortable)
The adventrues of s/v ANGEL (the singlehanded "girl" sailboat) and her companion cruising vessel, s/v DEFIANT (the singlehanded "boy" sailboat)- and lately, a mutual best friend Neil & s/v ASTRID, can be read in Southwinds Magazine or viewed online and freely downloaded from Southwindsmagazine.com
Other Angel and Defiant stories can be seen in past issues of Cruising World, SAIL, Latitudes and Attitudes and Good Old Boat magazines.
Florida, Cape Sable
Mexico, to Panama, Caribbean, Great Lakes, Bahamas, Gulf coast areas - sticks to warm & tropical with lots of sightseeing and nature.
Keep on cruising
Below are a few photos from cruising over the years. My Bayfield, Angel, is shown below (the yellow boat).
Hi Rebecca, I came for another visit to your page,,,,,your art is wonderful, and want to invite you to post it on the GROUP ARTWORK OF BOATS AND RELATED...it may be another outlet for sales.
I also sell on ebay, do you.?
"Marina is in Coconut Grove, B43 is on a mooring at Dinner Key Mooring Field in Biscayne Bay. I apologize for the confusion..
Coconut Grove is one of the communities of Miami.
Those Lifelines are the best, in my humble opiniion. They could last 10…"