List of Boat Work Completed on Sunspot

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Hull System

Basically just the hull and keel, since the rudder, through hulls, prop, etc. are all part of other systems.

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Topsides System

Includes the deck, coachroof, all attached gear that is not part of some other system, cap rail, pulpits, cockpit and lockers, hatches and ports, companionway.

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Standing Rigging System

Includes spars, stays, shrouds, and associated hardware.

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Running Rigging System

Includes halliards, sheets, vang, all winches, associated hardware, furling lines but not furlers themselves.

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Sail System

Includes all sails and furling gear, but not sheets or furling lines.

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Ground Tackle System

Includes windlass, chain and nylon rode, chain locker, anchors, anchor rollers, associated gear.

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Steering System

Includes pedestal, radial drive wheel, rudder, autopilot, wind vane, and all associated gear.

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Engine System

Only things directly attached to engine and part of propulsion system, does not include rest of "drive train" or engine accessories. Also includes throttle linkage, exhaust system including through hull and water injection, engine water pump and heat exchanger.

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Propulsion System

The rest of "drive train", including transmission, coupling, shaft, stuffing box, cutless bearing, strut, prop. Also includes transmission lever linkage.

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Fuel System

Includes fill port, fill line, tank, vent, supply lines, return lines, filters, any control valves, etc.

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General Plumbing System

Includes things relating to plumbing system in general, that might apply to each plumbing subsystem, where you don't want to list them multiple times, one in each subsystem.

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Fresh Water System

Includes fill ports, fill lines, tanks, vents, supply lines, filters, any control valves, faucets in galley and head, pump, water heater, etc.

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Raw Water System

Includes raw water supply, through hulls, seacocks, hoses, pumps (but not engine water pump), strainer, galley salt water pump and faucet, control valves, washdown pump, etc.

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Gray Water System

Includes plumbing fixtures, hoses, through hulls, sea cocks, etc. associated with gray water: galley sinks, head sink, head shower sump, reefer drain, bilge and bilge pumps, cockpit drains.

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Waste Water System

Includes toilet, plumbing, Y-valve, holding tank, deck pumpout, etc.

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Refrigeration System

Includes engine-mounted and 120 V compressors, refrigerator/freezer and all associated hoses, wiring, plumbing, etc. Only includes hoses/wiring/plumbing up to the point the reefer's h/w/p connects to the main boat's systems.

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Propane System

Includes tanks, regulator, solenoid, fuel lines, control panel, stove, heater.

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General Electrical System

Includes things relating to electrical system in general, that might apply to each electrical subsystem, where you don't want to list them multiple times, one in each subsystem.

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12V Power System

Includes house batteries, battery selector, wiring, alternator, regulator, main battery charger, starting battery charger, energy monitor.

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120V Power System

Includes inverter, shore power, generator.

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12V Distribution System

Includes 12 V panel, meters, etc., misc wiring that is not part of any other system.

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120V Distribution System

Includes 120 V panel, meters, etc, misc wiring that is not part of any other system.

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Lighting System

Includes interior and exterior lights of all types.

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12V Devices

Includes all electrical devices that are attached to12 V system that are not part of any other system, such as electronic instruments, radios, appliances, etc.

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120V Devices

Includes all electrical devices that are attached to 120 V system that are not part of any other system, such as the outlets, etc.

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Engine Electrical System

Includes all gauges, sensors, starter, starting battery, starter solenoid. Does not include alternator.

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Interior System

Includes woodwork, table, galley counters, bulkheads, drawers, lockers, sole, etc. All woodwork whether structural or not, headliner, settees, berths, etc.

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Tender System

Includes inflatable dinghy, hard dinghy, outboard motor, all associated gear.

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Safety System

Includes lifelines, lifesling, ring, jacklines, harnesses, PFD's, fire extinguishers, etc.

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Miscellaneous Work

Includes work not covered as part of any other system.

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