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Maritime, Captain, Crew Voyage Checklist.  Long Or Short Voyages.

Florida Sea Captains, Departure Checklist,  For Captains Or Crew.  Yacht Supplies For Long Or Short Voyages! 

 

 Florida Maritime Services, Ship's Captains, Crew Departure, Voyage Checklist. This information is a ship's captain guide that you can trust with information that you should review if you are considering a long or short voyage as a solo or with passengers or crew.

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The Preparation Is Essential - I am a Florida Boat, Sea Captain in Fort Lauderdale Florida and have delivered numerous boats or recovering large or small vessels from domestic or foreign destinations.

 

Criteria For Equipping A Vessel For Long Or Short Voyages

Below are some of the items that should be considered  when making a voyage.  No stores on the ocean, In port marina cost  are expensive.  Equipping you vessel  properly is  the job of both the captain and crew  : My Recommendations Include:

 

 

1.         Hull
2.         Sails & Rigging
3.         Navigation  Lights & Shapes
4.         Safety Inspections
5.         Recommended Items For Offshore Transit
6.         Engine Condition & Electrical
7.         Navigation Lights & Shapes

8.         Safety

9.         Charts & Navigation

10        Tools

11        Vessel Paperwork

12.       Spare Part Are Critical


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1. Hull.

Condition and appearance (note and photograph any existing damage)

Location of all thru-hulls

Water fills and vents

Location of fuel fills and vents

Waste system

Cleanliness of bottom and prop

Condition of shaft log and stuffing box

Check all watertight openings.

 

 


2. Sails & Rigging

Condition of sails


Condition of running rigging


Condition of standing rigging


Operation of rig


Procedure for reefing


Any known remarkable issues

 

 

3. Nav Lights & Shapes

Check all for proper operation


Complete Bow light replacement fixture


Location and quantity of spare lamps


Location of switches & fuses


Location of flashlights


Location of spotlight


Location of anchor ball

 

 

4. Safety

Condition and number of PFD's


Location and expiration of flare kit


Location of EPIRB


Condition and expire of life raft


Location of abandon ship kit


Location and state of charge for handheld VHF


Location and condition of MOB gear


Instructions on dinghy


Radar Reflector


4 (Four) marker dye packs minimum

 

 

5. Recommended Items For Offshore Transit

Satellite phone


(can rent from sat phone store 905 272-5665)


HF radio transceiver or HF receiver


EPIRB


Weather Fax


Life Raft


Almanac, HO 249, plotting sheets


Sextant, hand bearing compass

 

 

 6. Engine Condition & Electrical

Location of engine manual


Location of engine spares


Location and quantity of make-up engine oil


How to prime and bleed system


Location and condition of muffler(s)


Location of extra coolant


Location of tool kit


Verify operation of panel


Small nav grade inverter


Must have 6 pre-filters (30 micron) and
3 final fuel filters (6-10 micron) aboard




7. Nav Lights & Shapes

Check all for proper operation.

Complete Bow light replacement fixture


Location and quantity of spare lamps


Location of switches & fuses


Location of flashlights


Location of spotlight


Location of anchor ball

 

 

 

8. Safety

Condition and number of PFD's


Location and expiration of flare kit


Location of EPIRB


Condition and expire of life raft


Location of abandon ship kit


Location and state of charge for handheld VHF


Location and condition of MOB gear


Instructions on dinghy


Radar Reflector


4 marker dye packs

 

 

 

9. Charts & Navigation

Charts for area on board Pilots


Tides & current book


Electronic Charts


Plotting tools and pencils


Check sounder, GPS and radar


Radio check


Spare GPS

 

 

10. Vessel Paperwork

State registration


Federal documentation


Insurance


Authorization Letter


Cruising permits

 

 

11.  Spare Part Are Critical, A Voyage Can Be Delayed For Days

Must have 6 pre-filters (30 micron) and 3 final fuel filters (6-10 micron) aboard


6 fuel filters for genset Filter wrenchs that fits (verify)


Functional priming system (electric pump works best)


2 Main engine oil filters


One bundle of oil absorbent diapers


Cookie sheet 1ft x 2ft 1" lip (for changing filters)


1-gallon can of clean diesel fuel (for priming filters)


Baja fuel filter or Raycor Funnel


Water pump assembly, spare Impellers


Alternator and other belts, Spare fuses


Hoses, Hose clamps, Duct tape, Wooden plugs


Spare lines, 50ft 1/4" Line, 25ft 1" nylon webbing, Jack lines (full length of boat), Spool masons twine


Bosun chair, Fuel Biocide


3 waterproof D cell flashlights, 3 Spare flashlight bulbs, 12 AA batteries, Circular cotters


Cigarette lighter adapter pigtail, Cigarette lighter adapter 6 feet or longer extension cord


Rig tape, electrical tape, self vulcanizing electrical tape 16, 14, 12, 10 gauge heat shrink adhesive butt connectors


Electrical crimpers, Assorted stainless nuts, bolts, screws, washers and sheet metal screws


1 Tube 5200 with caulking gun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tools For A Long Or Short Voyage.



Tools.


Deep sockets and ratchet wrenches (metric & American)


Vice grips (large & small)


Channel locks, diagonal pliers, needle nose pliers


Knife, single edge razor blades


Pry bar


Tin snips, lineman's plyers, water pump plyers


Hammer, chisel, punches

Tools.


Hacksaw


12" crescent wrench


8" crescent wrench


Straight screwdriver


#2 Phillips screwdriver


#1 Phillips screwdriver


Combination wrench set (metric & American)

 

 

 

 

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