I have owned sailboats for most of my life and have always loved the feeling of being under sail. In recent years, I’ve discussed moving to larger sailboats, or changing the entire substrate to something different to allow me to do more with my work with tech on boats. After spending the last 3 years on Grace focused on systems integration and projects, I’ve come to the decision that moving to a bigger platform is the best way I can continue my projects.
Grace for Sale!
To that end, I’ve put Grace up for sale – you can see all of the details, specs, equipment, photos, videos and more at Grace – 2000 32′ Beneteau 311 Sailboat for Sale.
Grace has been an amazing part of our family, and I’ve poured a lot of time and effort into improving just about every system in the last 3 years. I’ve learned so much about modern power systems, been able to investigate integration of tons of instruments on my crazy NMEA 2000 network, and built a fully integrated Raymarine system that virtually runs the boat while moving.
My favorite area of projects has been around networking and WiFi, and love the response from the communities who have read and reacted to those articles. I want to continue expanding this area – there are so many new technologies and products that I think boaters could benefit from.
I want to continue integrating, building, and testing everything technical that I can put on a boat. If anything, this choice has made my desire to do tech on boats increase, knowing that I am entering into a new world with more possibilities.
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