Discussion in 'Azimut Yacht' started by lwrandall, Apr 22, 2009.
I know of boats costing 70 times that amount where there is an upcharge for a proper cable reel.
Do builders really think the crew or owner is going to want to haul around a 50ft 50 amp or 100 amp cable?!
The boats I am talking about have at least 4 Shore Power Cables as each conductor is separate, if they were all in one cable they would be too heavy and stiff to move with anything lass than a machine.
They do not get to plug in very often and it is a major effort when this happens so it is not really a big deal.
Part of the yards argument for no reel is the risk of having the cable powered up while still coiled around the reel and that they can't get a reel with Slip Rings that can handle the current.
Absolutely! I'll be more than happy to help you out
Simply stated - NEVER buy a boat that ends in "ER."
Boston Whaler? Sunseeker? One thing about boats and boating , there's an exception for every rule.