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Does anyone happen to know if there is a socket for plugging in mobile phone car charger lead on the helm as i want to have my phone plugged in and charging while underway so i can use the gps/speedometer

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According to the web site it does have a 12 volt socket, but it doesn't say where...

http://www.richardsonsboatingholidays.co.uk/boat/broadland-saturn/20/#.UzUEY5EgGSM=&tabs=4

So best to call boat yard to be certain.




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In the past the 12 volt socket has been to power the tv but i believe most are now via an invertor (but i might be wrong on that)

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Most of the boats I've been on have a 12v cigarette lighter socket the same as a car. Many have had the socket by the Helm but some may be in a cabin.

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And some you have to ask for. Its a short cable you
plug into the TV point and the other end is a the
12Volt Socket.
Oh of course, more and more do have 240volt on board.

Iain.

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It appears the 12v socket is in the cabin, just behind the left hand bunk where the Television would go.  In the 'spinning photo' you can see what I feel is the socket but have included a photo below.

Because of this sometimes being the case, I always take with me an extension cable.  Here is what I use from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0020R8X82 at 16 feet long you've got plenty of cable to play with.



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gary ,ztd is in the wetshed as is broadland saturn, he has been aboard and checked and robin is correct.
so i would suggest buying an extension lead i have one with 4m of lead



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Great thanks for your help guys looks like an extension lead will be the answer found some on ebay will probably be a 5m one
by the way was it saturn 1 in the wetshead hope theres no problems with it and they're just getting it in tip top condition ready for my arrival in september Wink


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