deck pictures

Caribe dinghy with almost new Yamaha 2-stroke 15 hp outboard
The hatch in the foreground is in the head, the bigger hatch is in the port forward stateroom.
Good protection from the elements 

The entire "windshield" zips off or you can zip open the "window" in the center section
12 v horn, new in 2012
This hatch is above the galley
Fuzzy - but this is the cockpit at night - loads of storage in that circle on the deck, we call it the tenth circle of hell, because it's not very NICE storage.

The cockpit has lots of room for friends (note: that's Tucker's rear end in foreground, always on hand for the party)
Cockpit looking starboard
Windlass can be controlled from here or from the helm station
The compartment in the foreground is the anchor locker (the inside is the picture above this one); the compartment at the base of the mast has the holding tank, propane tanks, and water tanks, plus a lot of extra space for lines or whatever.
Holding tank and propane locker; the port water tank is behind the holding tank in this picture.
The starboard water tank
Unbreakable water gauge; the two tanks hold a total of 140 gallons; and the macerator for the holding tank.
Water deck fill and waste pump out
Our amigo Rick has installed our new autopilot control head.

Solar power regulator
Balmar voltage regulator
Racor for starboard engine
All batteries new in 2012 - this is on starboard engine
Engine hours (stbd)
Battery switch
2 30 amp shore power outlets
Stern anchor with a bit of chain and a bunch of rope rode
Somebody should clean the rust off this grill!
We have a hose adapter for the grill so we can use a big propane bottle instead of the little disposable bottles.
Stern anchor locker - fins not included
Ean standing in the starboard engine compartment
BIG solar panels - 654 watts

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