Dinghy Mate

Dinghy Mate by Moeller Marine. There are some gigantic design leaps or just sensible fine tuning. This idea is a fine tune, taking a portable fuel tank and shaping it to fit a small outboard dinghy combination. By fitting under the outboard motor it is safe and uses space economically. $83 for the 3 gallon … Read more

Baja Filter

Baja Filter from Attwood. The Baja Fuel Filter is housed in a cylindrical aluminum alloy canister that measures 4.5 inches in diameter and is 18 inches in total length. It is available with a welded 1.3-inch diameter spout or a 1-inch diameter spout. Both spouts are 5.75 inches long. The filter weighs 3.75 pounds and … Read more

Command link plus

Command link plus from Yamaha. These days many of the newer chartplotters and navigation displays can also be used for displaying engine data. This data can look pretty cool and via NMEA protocol engine data like RPM, temperature, fuel burn etc can be displayed conveniently at the helm station. Traditional engine displays do not have … Read more

Vented Loops

Vented loops are to prevent back siphoning from water systems that lead to the outside. You need vented loops (anti-siphon valves) or should have them, as part of an engine exhaust system, or plumbing for bilge pumps, or the marine head. The reason you have them is to stop a siphon or backflow of water in the system. … Read more