Monday, April 04, 2005

Completed Jobs

We have owned the boat for 8 months now and have completed the following projects:

Top Sides:
Removed old name and renamed her Pelican
Bottom job
New dock lines
Repaired stern rail
Repaired stern ladder and added teak steps
Added davits from Island Marine Product
Replaced sail covers with Doyle Stack Pack system
Replaced jib sacrificial
Replaced teflon wear patches on jib where sail meets spreader
New bimini and dodger
New side curtains and a tent over the aft cabin hatch
New winch and hatch covers
Installed 4 Folding Mast Steps to get up the mast to attend to the mainsail.
Added 4 swivel beer can holders in the cockpit
purchased an anchor snubber to take tension off the chain.
Replaced the mast boot on the mizzen

2 new fluorescent lights
Installed mast step to aid short people reaching into the fridge

New overhead light
New Bose speakers mounted for stereo
New TV, DVD and electric antenna
Replaced hardware for table
Installed a dehumidifier on the boat
Replaced 2 new clear lenses and 5 new portlight gaskets.

Aft Cabin
New fan
new overhead light
2 new reading lights on starboard side
new hammock
new memory foam pad on bunk
Removed lower port side cabinet to make bunk 18" longer
New carpeting

New fan
2 new hammocks
New carpeting

New overhead light in aft head
New teak toothbrush and soap holders in aft head
New portlight lens and gaskets in forward head
Rebuilt forward head

Installed Garmin 182C with depth, speed and temperature transducer
Retrofitted a used Raymarine ST4000+ wheel pilot and tied it into the Garmin

Engine and Electrical
Mapped the 12VDC wiring diagram for the boat
2 of 3 sets of 6 Volt batteries replaced
Plumbed oil change system into both the Perkins and the Northern Lights Generator
Replaced aft bilge pump and float switch
Added two battery desulfators to battery system

mounted new flashlights and fire extinguishers throughout the boat
New flares and safety equipment
Replaced aft bilge pump and float switch
Installed four red lights below decks of overnight passages
Repaired or replaced four sets of lifelines
New life jackets
New man overboard lifesling
Services and registered GPS EPIRB


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