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I love this kind of question and I really like challenging Nigel Calder, who I believe is right the majority of the time.
So let me add some questions to this thought proces:
1.) Does anyone know the range of power of a lightning Strike?
2.) Does anyone know how to direct the electric power generated in a lightning strike to follow a predetermined path?
3.) If you were sure you were going to have a lightning strike and happened to know the answers to the first two questions why would you bond all of the electrical devices together to share the power of that lightning strike?
I really trust Henri Amel's decisions, especially when there are two or more possibilities....AND even when "some experts" say something else.
But, to confuse matters, I heard the rigging and masts are part of the bonding system on the 54.
BeBe Amel 53 #387
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On May 9, 2015 10:57 AM, "j.lochhead@...
Hi, I have read on a previous thread that the masts are not bonded on the SM. I have a Maramu and it appears to be the same. What I am not sure is Why this is so. Should it not be bonded?
Further I have noticed that the forward through hulls are not bonded either. I am sure these should be, correct?