The boat was in great shape when I bought it from you, so it's not been a hard job keeping it that way. I just have to keep up the good work I don't have to fix everything.
The extra piece of console, was made by me and a friend of mine.
It's made of stainless steel, quite thin to keep the weight down, but still thick enough to be stable.
Starting from the bottom, I have a Color Sonar from furone to find wrecks. It's so greate, you can see what the bottom is made os before you "land" on it
Over that I have a Furoneo Radar, it's not a greate one, but it works very well. It can't see more than about 10 miles with it, because of the height of the boat.
On top of that I have a Sailor VHF.
I tried to have the VHF inside the console, and then connected to the external speaker that you put on the console. It works fine, but it's a hassle to use when sailing.
Behind to Lowrance GPS. I have put my new Garmin GPSMap 176. I was planning of taking the Lowrance off the boat. But the Garmin is guite hard to read going at 30 knots on a choppy sea
There the Lowrance is better. But the Lowrance is strange. I can't figure out the datum of this GPS, and there is nothing on it in the manual. Besides the Garmin is Diferential, so it's more precise anyway.
I use the Lowrance for speed a TTD (Time to Destination), and the Garmin when we are close to the wreck.
Othervise everything is like when I bought it.
I have however noticed latly that there are a bit of water inside the hull. I have tried to lift the front of the boat with a jack (Is this the right name ???), but I'm not sure that all the water is getting out.
Any sugestions ???