February 2007 Issue
The Cruising Sailors Drivetrain
Key components in a boat's propulsion system can take the edge off extreme sailing.
When a cruising sailor starts thinking about exploring fjords and glaciers, he starts putting a little more thought into his boats diesel engine and drivetrain components. High-latitude cruising sailor Andy OGrady writes about several parts that has served him well in extreme conditions: the Kiwiprop, the Manecraft dripless prop shaft seal, the PRM150 transmission, and the K&N reusable air filter.
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