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BOAT WORK MYSTERIES On Our Sailing Catamaran | Harbors Unknown Ep. 81


Location: Panama
Latitude: 8.54000000
Longitude: -80.78000000
Published: 20 Nov 2022

BOAT WORK MYSTERIES On Our Sailing Catamaran | Harbors Unknown Ep. 81
Check out the following video to see what maintenance and repairs were needed on Wanderlust when she turned two.

The cruising lifestyle affords us the opportunity to explore pristine, natural places and cultures completely different from our own. In order to do that we need to be self sufficient and overcome challenges ourselves but sometimes we need to phone a friend. Last time on our trip back west to Nargana we lost all our instruments starting with depth. So we made a call to B&G to see if they could help us troubleshoot the issue. Then we got a glimpse of what it’s really like living in Central America as we made our way to the Annapolis Boat Show. Once back aboard Wanderlust in Panama we tackled another boat maintenance project and encountered a mystery that had us scratching our heads.

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If you're new here, Harbors Unknown is the story of two dreamers, Kristin & Fabio Potenti, & our dog Yoda. We're a small family living aboard our catamaran, Wanderlust, sailing to Harbors Unknown. Exploring the world, connecting with people and places through the local cuisine, and showing how great food can be cooked on a boat with limited space and resources. Seeking to balance the desire to explore and travel to beautiful, remote locations while leaving no footprint, minimizing the Hawthorne effect of the observers who change the environment she or he observes.

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00:00-02:35 Troubleshooting the Depth Sensor
02:36-06:31 Annapolis Boat Show
06:32-08:41 Installing a New Boat Part
08:42-22:06 Solving a Mystery While Servicing Our Windlass