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Richard Ross 01-May-2014 16:26
Certainly the SmartPlug is an improvement over the old, but would a SAE J1772 plug be even better. This is the plug used to recharge electric autos at 30Amps. I have never seen one on a boat.
Freddie Estremera 01-Apr-2014 01:09
As always Mainsail, thanks again for your thorough input on this...I always recommend you to others and have followed many of your tips while working on my old boat, a Tartan 27 and also will implement these theories on my new boat, a Tartan 34c!
Robert Murdoch 05-Jan-2013 16:05
Great site, I hope my donation as small as it was helps, I will donate more when I do one of the project outlined on your site.

Sites like yours are great for content and detail you will never seem to find on a commercial site.

Nice work.

Robert Murdoch
Captain of "Old Flat Top" Cal 28
Toronto, Ontario