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Sailboat Plumbing Replacement Project (Part 4) – Bonus – Adding always available filtered water.

Welcome to the last and final post on the 4 part plumbing replacement series.  In the first three posts we learned how to plan and draw out the project details, …

Ice Cubes on a boat in August = Heaven

The previous owner of DreamChaser had removed the gimbaled stove and oven and put in a built combo 12 volt / 120 AC refrigerator.  It was kind of convenient and …

Freon Frenzy this week !!!!

Louisiana is HOT in the summer.  When the days get up to 104-105 degrees a few days in a row, our two 16K BTU air conditioners just have a tough …

Cleaning the Teak Decks

We know we have work to do on our decks.  The seams are dried and need to be re-done.  More importantly, in a good rain, when I walk on it, …

Low Galley Water flow – New Faucet re-prioritized

We had planned on replacing the fixtures throughout the boat over time, but we what worked well in our other boat was that we would keep an eye out for …