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Last Post Nov 30, 2018 11:29 PM by Kelsey O'Donnell. 0 Replies.
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Nov 30, 2018 11:29 PM

    Yacht owners know that owning a boat comes with a lot of adventures, a lot of equipment and gear, and a lot of time spent aboard. Let's back up to one word here - "equipment". That's everything from the flybridge ice-maker that makes ice for your perfect summer cocktail to your ABT-TRAC stabilizers and thrusters. In short - a lot of equipment. A LOT of equipment. And what comes with a lot of equipment? A lot of manuals on how to use it. You always want to have these aboard in case something goes awry, but an organization system is required to avoid tossing them aside in a heap. 

    While Endurances/Hamptons do have plenty of storage space aboard, the last place you want to find yourself while in a sticky situation is opening up cabinets and closets and rifling through stacks of paper looking for the malfunction culprit's manual. 

    Luckily, for new Hampton or Endurance owners, all of their new equipment manuals are put together in our handing organizers, categorized in separate boxes for domestic tools, electronics and electrical systems, mechanical/engine systems, and mechanical/yacht systems. When stored somewhere easy to access, these boxes can make getting to a solution that much more efficient. 

    If you have another methodology for storing your equipment manuals let us know here and feel free to provide any suggestions for organizing or storing this important info. 

     

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