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Keep your boat's electrical systems running and reliable
“Boatowner’s Illustrated Electrical Handbook is perfect for learning how your boat’s electrical system and much of its equipment works, and it will be an invaluable guide when adding equipment as well. This book needs to be in every boater’s library as a ready reference on how to make effective repairs and modifications that comply with ABYC standards.”—Ed Sherman, Senior Instructor and Curriculum Designer, American Boat and Yacht Council
“A definitive technical book that is easy to read. Buy this book and throw out the rest.”—Motorboat & Yachting
Whether you take to the sea under power or sail, bounce around the bay in your runabout, or cross oceans in your cruiser, you’ll find everything you need to maintain, repair, and upgrade your boat’s DC and AC electrical systems with this comprehensive and fully illustrated guide.
Tackle onboard electrical projects and learn how to:
Charlie Wing received his Ph.D. in oceanography from MIT. Since then, he has spent his career explaining how things work. He founded two do-it-yourself house-building schools, hosted a PBS series on energy conservation, and has written more than a dozen top-selling do-it-yourself books. Wing lived aboard his boat for six years, during which he wrote the first edition of this book.
Charlie Wing received his Ph.D. in oceanography from MIT, where he later worked as a research scientist. He has written a dozen books on home building and five top-selling boating books.
I just got my nice shiny new book, unfortunately I have to stand on my head to read it because the binding is put on upside down.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Includes many of the basic ABYC Standards I use - a real bonus!Published 2 months ago by Gerald Gilbert
trying to learn more about boat Electrical, helping just need to study morePublished 2 months ago by Dan
An excellent primer on marine electric wiring, covers both DC and AC and their ABYC standards in easy to understand concepts and also has some hands on projects you can actually... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carlos R. Rivera
Mistakes in printing formulas. Poorly edited. The only good news is that it is newer than the 30 year old classic books.Published 7 months ago by STEVEN OROURKE