What Can You Do With A Multimeter?
When it comes to tracking down electrical issues on board, this hand-held tester is a real stress-reliever. Here's how to use it.
Choose The Correct Wire Size
It's important to use the right sized electric cabling for any project aboard. Using the wrong one could create a plethora of problems.
How To Control Electrical Flow On Your Boat
Isolation transformers can prevent electric shock drowning, protect underwater metals on your boat, and avoid reverse polarity when plugging into shore power.
Work From Almost Anywhere Onboard
Working from your boat could be one way to spend more time aboard. Even better, staying connected need not be complicated or expensive.
A bilge blower is important not only because the USCG may require it, but also because your life may depend on it. Venting your bilge of potentially lethal gas fumes is no job for a jury rig.
Install A Raw-Water Washdown
From washing off mud to rinsing away fish scales, a raw water washdown could be just the thing your boat needs.