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It will seem like Christmas next week EXCEPT for the fact that we had to pay for all of the items that we should be receiving. Here is a list of items we have on order for which we are awaiting delivery:

The last three items are being purchased used from another PDQ owner in the US. They are selling their boat and moving on to new adventures.

In preparation for Katana’s winter storage we have been shopping around for someone to shrink wrap her. Not many boats in our marina seem to do this but Katana’s previous owner David had this done each year (and the boat is mint because of that). The one quote we have received thus far is a LOT of money. I won’t plug their company just yet until we decide who we’ll be going with, or if we’ll come up with another solution. Below is a photo of Katana shrink wrapped last winter.

By the way, the little heater we purchased from West Marine (see previous post) works great. Our cabin is nice and cosy now!

2 Comments

  1. Mike,

    Depending on your needs for Wifi the N3 may work for you. But just in case, take a look at http://www.radiolabs.com/products/wireless/wireless-marine-antenna.php I use this on my 35 Pearson and I can’t believe how well it works. Since I earn my living from the web I have to be able to find Wifi in any anchorage I choose so even though this system is much more expensive than the N3 it is worth it to me.

    Take care,
    Jim

    • So now you show me this, after I have already ordered the N3. 🙂

      Just kidding Jim. Thank you for sharing. I thought the N3 looked like the easiest out-of-the-box solution for a Mac laptop. Of course, I hadn’t found the system that you linked to! I will also be using the web to supplement our income and thus need to have our systems dialed in too.

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