Owning a boat is more than just sailing the waters and enjoying the wind in your hair. It’s also about maintenance and repairs. No matter how expensive the boat, eventually there is something goes wrong. Boatowner’s Mechanical and Electrical Manual covers just about everything you could imagine on a boat.
You never know when something is going to go wrong and rarely does it happen in a convenient spot. The last thing any boater wants is to be stranded far away from land with no way to get back home. When these problems arise, this book is a lifesaver. It covers electrical and mechanical systems from stem to stern and gives you step-by-step instructions on how to repair the most common problems.
The book covers the various battery systems used by boats, 12-volt and 24-volt DC systems and even diesel engines. No one wants to be surrounded by darkness, so a complete guide to the lighting system is available.
When it’s hot and the air conditioning goes out, you can flip to the right page and have it back up in no time. If you’re looking to get your hands dirty, then you can take on the transmission, shaft brakes and propellers.
The list of components goes on and on, but there is one common denominator: Boatowner’s Mechanical and Electrical Manual. Don’t let hindsight get you stranded. Buy this book and tuck it into your toolbox, so it’s ready to go on a moment’s notice. It could save your life.
Subject: Boats: Mechanical and Electrical procedures, instructions and tips for boat owners.
ISBN-10: 0071790330 | ISBN-13: 9780071790338 | McGraw-Hill 90330