--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, asm283 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Most marinas on the east coast have 50 amp service wich is 220V.
need to rewire your current socket for one that fits the 50A
The only issue is that US 220 is 60Hz and EU is 50 Hz. All of the
equipment will work on the boat except the microwave, clothes
dishwasher and the heating acts a little weird. You should consult
expert about the wireing of the groung wire.
--- In email@example.com, "davidcrisp <david@f...>"
I am planning too sail up the East COast of the USA next year. That
and being in the Caribbean (St Martin) now I want to wire my
Can anyone advise on how to do this? Presumably the simplest
it to install a transformer. Am not bothered about having 110V marine
sockets in the boat - internally I want to remain 220V.
Although reasonably competent electrically I am wary of major
wiring projects as I aware of the grounding issues. Does anyoone
know the best place to get this work done for a reasonable
are heading down towards Greneda for the hurricane season.
Finally am considering chaging out the battery charger for a
one with - so if that could be cost effectively part of the
I would consider that.
David Crisp - Gallant of Fowey