Super User Jigfishn10 Posted February 21 Super User Share Posted February 21 I was talking to a friend one day and we got into a discussion of what we carry on the water in case of emergencies. Besides the typical flares, flashlight, fire extinguisher etc. that you should have on the boat. I carry a NOCO boost (thanks A-Jay) in case I need to jump the battery, a pull cord in case the NOCO is dead and spare spark plugs, hand tools and such. I know I have more on there, but that's what comes to mind. Interestingly, he asked if I carried a spare prop. I don't...well didn't...now I do. I was in a harbor on an outgoing tide away from the channel one day and was cruising slowly - no wake zone - over hard bottom. I bottomed out causing some minor damage to my prop. I never gave it a thought until we had this discussion that I got lucky. It made me think. Well, I got an extra one for the coming season. It was expensive, but a small insurance policy for the piece of mind. How about you? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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