Boat electrics, Rupert Holmes

Our boats are increasingly complicated, so reliable electrical systems are more critical than ever before. Yet reliability is a perpetual issue, especially for those who spend extended periods on board. Yachting journalist, Rupert Holmes, looks at the electrics you really need: how to anticipate problems in advance; diagnosing faults; and how to create a boat that’s resilient to as many problems as possible.

Date: Wednesday 9 March 2022

Time: 19:00

Place: CA House or, for the webinar broadcast via Zoom, your own home or boat

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