Re: A 55 # 9 : Chargeing and mastershunts

John Clanton



You are exactly right about leaving the helm for this exercise.  I was single handed for a good portion of my 2018 season and got caught more than once not starting the genset in time.  It created unnecessary excitement.  Now, when going into a new harbor, I begin the process before getting to the first marker to allow enough time.  It is much easier with crew on board as that is a top training activity, and they are responsible for setting it up.



John W. Clanton

S/V Devereux

A55, No. 65

Antibes, France


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