We are getting ready for our first trip. To the San Juans and Gulf Islands. Will be gone 20 days or so, if all goes well. You need a lot of supplies in a floating home. Fortunately the Hampton boats have a lot of built in storage.
Like this area under the fly bridge helm. We bought some clear bins for storing all kinds of stuff. You can see there are doors left and right to access this area.
It's a cavernous space. I added these rubber squares to help prevent the bins from moving around too much. I considered putting in some cleats to lash them down, but just don't see the need. Each of these squares is two foot square, to give you an idea how much room we are talking about.
View from the other side. You can see the tidy electronics done by Yacht Systems NW. Oh, and hey Stuart! The horn does have an air tank!
8/7/2018 06:33:52 pm
But is the tank aluminum? There should be a drain in the bottom where you can bleed out the moisture every few months since it is compressing moist air into the tank where it the moisture will condense. Use a rag to catch the water when you bleed it off and maintain your pristine boat!
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