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  • #1316
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    sda1950
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    To all the experienced sailors: I didn’t see this, so I’ll make the request. If you have used equipment or systems in any floating structures, could you please list them in this forum. Please include the name, manufacterer, likes, dislikes, problems encountered, would you recommend / not recommend the product, price if known, and any other usefull info for the rest of us to make purchasing decissions. Any help you can give us newbies would be appreciated. Thanks.

    #11035
    Avatar of OCEANOPOLIS
    OCEANOPOLIS
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    a classified section?

    #11044
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    sda1950
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    Ocean,

    I wasn’t thinking of a classified section tho that could prove usefull. I was thinking of a list of recommended or not recommended equipment based on your personal experience with it. Which brands / types of boats are best for newbies for instance. What composting toilets work best at sea. Galley equipment, etc. What ever a person would need to live on/ under the sea. Hope that’s more clear.

    Steve

    #11045
    Avatar of OCEANOPOLIS
    OCEANOPOLIS
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    The list of recomended or not equipment can be “generalized” only to a certain extent,…After that, it depends on many factors, but mostly on the owner’s wallet size, and on what will he use the boat for.

    #11055
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    elspru
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    sda1950 wrote:

    Ocean,

    I wasn’t thinking of a classified section tho that could prove usefull. I was thinking of a list of recommended or not recommended equipment based on your personal experience with it. Which brands / types of boats are best for newbies for instance.

    ferrocement or concrete boats are best for seasteading.

    What composting toilets work best at sea.

    the kind that seperate liquids and solids.

    Galley equipment, etc.

    can use oxyhydrogen or induction stove.

    induction stove is efficient but noisy,

    and is better if you have a lot of renewable electricity available.

    wheras electrical power can be stored as oxyhydrogen gas,

    instead of converting it back to electricity, can simply burn it direct.

    What ever a person would need to live on/ under the sea.

    water maker, seastead-island, vehicle-boat, tender,

    nutrients and biota for gyre farming

    Hope that’s more clear.

    Steve

    calm aware desire choice love express intuit move

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