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January 27, 2010 - 11:44amKnowledge Rules
built-in manual pumps on board that can continue to operate if you lose power. Install engine intakes ... is coming in, a valve is turned (some systems require a plug to be removed), and the running engines suck ... equipped with the correct anchor. Also make sure you're set properly before you turn off the engines. I ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmSpring to Action
the slack with the engines in forward. If the pier is not well-padded, fenders should protect your hull. Put ... the cleat for friction. Gently take up the slack with the engine in reverse and turn the wheel hard toward ... through an arc until you are lined up in the slip. Leave the engine idling in reverse until you have ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmThe High Price of Arrogance
engine for the fifth time in 24 hours. Barely into our five-day Caribbean cruise from St. Thomas ... the engine came to a sputtering stop followed by a harsh cough while 25 knots of wind slammed the bow, I ... and the GPS showed us about 1,000 miles off course. Once we could no longer run the engine, we couldn ...
January 28, 2010 - 3:48pmHappy Hookers
in case all hell breaks loose. Get your anchor well set before turning off your engine. You ... again at this scope, making sure your anchor is well set before turning off your engine and leaving your ... . Normally this is an easy, straightforward procedure. While you're warming up your engine, make sure your ...
July 20, 2009 - 1:15pmAnchoring Tips
your anchor well set before turning off your engine. You'll normally want to work as a team with one ... anchor is well set before turning off your engine and leaving your boat. 3. When Two Anchors ... . Weighing Anchor. Normally this is an easy, straightforward procedure. While you're warming up your engine ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmThat Sinking Feeling
ensuring you have the right bilge pump and correct number of pumps, install engine intakes with a bilge ... in, a valve is turned (some systems require a plug to be removed), and the running engines suck water ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmMan Overboard
is the propellers. Without use of the engines, the boat can't maneuver, but, on the other hand, having someone in the water, with propellers turning nearby, is asking for trouble. Our solution was to kill the engine ... reason, the victim hasn't been moved around to the side with the live engine and, if so, he should kill ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmThe Worst Time of Your Life
the person fell to swing the propellers away from the victim, while simultaneously placing the engines ... , and can even stop the engines, turn the boat head-to-wind and launch rescue gear. While the MOBi-lert can ...
October 3, 2007 - 4:11pmLessons From a Sinking
that the Pacific Northwest sees in the fall: calm, clear and still. Bill Harris, an engineer from Springfield, Ore ... a seldom-used statute that dates back to 1838: Every captain, engineer, pilot, or other person employed ...
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