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Hi the boat I am hiring next year does not have a elec shore hook up, so I was wondering I often go camping and I have a elec hook up that I use. would I be able to use it with the elec post around the broads. Going to try and include a photo here.

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I've used exactly the same sort of setup in the past with no problems at all. Should be OK.



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The biggest problem will be actually getting near enough to the post to plug in!!!!

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...... "The biggest problem will be actually getting near enough to the post to plug in!!!!" ......
...... then, when you do get near enough, you find both 16A connections taken  Mad

One small piece of kit we have always carried is a 'tail' of cable approx. 1 metre in length. At one end have the standard 16A connection, but on the other end fit a 32A connection, as sometimes you arrive at a supply post only to find both 16A sockets occupied, but the 32A one vacant. Just an idea.

Steve & Maggie.

Magellan (Westward 38)

Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !


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