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- Sat May 27, 2017 5:49 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Australia and New Zealand Safe Boating Education Group AWQ Training Package
- Replies: 4
- Views: 202
That is fantastic. It is something I keep putting off from doing. Are there any on-line certification courses or are they all face to face?
Hi Everyone, Seeking a bit of advice. On my side clears (and not doubt not dissimilar to every one else) I have a small round pad stuck to the clear to protect the clear from the adjacent screw on the bimini. For whatever reason, this year in the heat, the glue decided it wanted to melt and the litt...
Scraglor wrote:4liters wrote:You could try and marinate it in lemon juice overnight. I'd just use them as bait though
Wouldn'd lemon juice overnight cook it through? Ceviche style? I put mine in mashed kiwi for a bit before cooking
Yes...the lemon juice will cook the fish
Probably firewall or anti virus related. When you get the problem again, temporarily disable the firewall and or anti-virus and see if the problem goes away. This is a real quick and easy check to hopefully determine what path to go down.
IMG_3997.JPG To cover up older holes I used black acrylic cut to shape. Cost me $30 for both. I then used marine silicone to stick it to the original dash and then mount my stuff on it. I use Navionics Gold running on an iPad2 enclosed in a waterproof hard case. HI Chris, Do you mind if I ask where...
Need to go shop n.suss them out
I have used a lot of the one on the RH side and they are good. I use them to mount screens in trucks, some of which are relatively heavy and they are don't move.
I would suggest a gimbal mount from the flat level section behind the wheel and move the gauges so you can still see everything. I went panel mount 6 years ago and when it started to play up about 6 months ago, I got rather concerned what I could put back into the same hole as that series of sounder...
- Mon Apr 03, 2017 7:27 pm
- Forum: Boating
- Topic: New to Boating: Advice for First Boat?
- Replies: 44
- Views: 1025
Firstly and most importantly, welcome to Melbourne when you finally move. Moving in the winter will be painful but I suppose we whinge a bit here about the cold (at least I do) and is not as cold as parts of America. I hope you enjoy your stay and all the best with your studies. A boat which is stab...
- Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:42 pm
- Forum: Marine Electronics
- Topic: Marine Radio and Sounder
- Replies: 8
- Views: 318
On the radio....I would go VHF.....I dont even turn on the 27meg unit anymore as there are too many clowns on the radio. Someone may be able to correct me but I think I recall reading that the Coast Guard no longer monitor the emergency channel on the 27meg or will stop monitoring in the near future...