Sorry I haven’t been around much recently… yet again life intrudes in the best laid plans. Regretfully, our family has been dealing with the illness and apparent imminent death of a close relative, so I may yet be on and off a bit.
Did manage to go clean up a bit and look over the boat this afternoon. Noticed one worrisome thing… the roof is sagging.
The area near the front and the rear of the cabin where the front and rear walls, the head and the "kitchen bulkhead" are available to provide some support, its fine, but in the center of the longer span of the cabin, its sagging.
I believe the side walls are pushing out slightly allowing the roof curve to droop.
I jacked it up to get it back "in shape" so it will better repel the ever-present rain we are getting… I’ll have to think and look further on if there is some remediation I need to do. A simple cross-joist attached to the side cabin verticals with the appropriate curve seems easy enough and should work.
I haven’t used it personally, but looks to be a very nice design for the ever-present of getting gear to and from the boat (and then storing the gear carrying device). Unclutterer had a blurb about it and the comments by various people who had used it were quite positive.
DIY Boat Owner has a review of this Bheestie Bag "dry out your electronics" solution… sounds like just the thing for a boat owner. I’ve killed a pager due to water (and the next day dropped my cell phone in a lake, but that was unrecoverable).
Recently I’ve had people suggest: 1) a bowl of rice – put the device in a bowl of rice or, 2) bake on low (trick is keeping the temperature low enough to not damage the device). This commercial product might be a reasonable alternative. Read the article for their rating.