Could not agree more matiboy - a short breifing for novices is invaluable, in reality it's even more
important when it's rough since departure from boat is more likely.
Originally posted by matiboy
Having the spare killcord actually attached on a short line to the console near the starter key would be usefull
Not a bad idea, never thought of that - would you not say there is an increased risk of this
kill cord becoming lost/damaged etc. during normal use as opposed to, say, stowing it away under the seat, in teh console etc.
One final point - anyone fitted a second kill cord for passengers and what are the thoughts on this. I have recently bought one and intend to fit it for when it's really rough, at teh moment i am constantly looking over my sholder to check crew is still there! I am considering putting a 'by-pass' switch in though so i can restart the engine quickly should crew depart with
their kill cord.
Merry Crimbo to all!