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    3270 Custom Alarm Panel

    Here is my budget alarm panel cited as mandatory in my last survey for insurance this fall. All sensors were purchased from iboats.com at a fraction of the cost here in Atlantic Canada. The 3-way sensor for the engine room for example is over $411.78 at Mermaid Marine in PEI. Total cost of this project was about $500.

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    Last edited by colbournee; 12-10-2017, 04:55 AM.
    1987 3270 135-Hino
    Foxtrap, Newfoundland

    #2
    Very nice work. How much do you charge

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      #3
      Cobournee - nice job! Where in boat is this panel located? Expanded photo maybe.
      Terry
      Br$keAweigh
      1987 3270
      H/P - Powell River, B.C.

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        #4
        It will be installed in the free space immediately below the steering wheel at the lower helm. I will post a picture after its installed next week.
        1987 3270 135-Hino
        Foxtrap, Newfoundland

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          #5
          What changed in your insurance to require all these alarms?

          keep us posted on the installation.
          "Martini's Law" SOLD
          1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
          Nova Scotia, Canada

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            #6
            Does it say somewhere in your insurance documents? Or did you get an enthusiastic surveyor who added the requirement?
            1989 26' then 1994 32' now 2001 39'

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              #7
              New survey insurance requirements are for high bilge water, galley propane and CO sensors connected directly to ships main battery. According to marine surveyors here in Newfoundland. At least 4 boaters at our marina are doing similar installations. I decided to get the three way sensor for the engine room and added the forward bilge
              1987 3270 135-Hino
              Foxtrap, Newfoundland

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                #8
                I'll have my boat 5 years in 2018. I assume my insurance will require a survey and I wonder if this will be a requirement. Who is you insurance provider? I'm with Premier Marine.
                "Martini's Law" SOLD
                1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
                Nova Scotia, Canada

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                  #9
                  I went with Intact this time, I was with Cowan in Ontario but they got really expensive even without a claim. Its a reasonable requirement, especially the propane sensor.
                  1987 3270 135-Hino
                  Foxtrap, Newfoundland

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                    #10
                    On my last survey, spring 2017, I was required to get propane sensor with auto solenoid shut off. It's a good system but pricey at $300.00 Can.
                    Terry
                    Br$keAweigh
                    1987 3270
                    H/P - Powell River, B.C.

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                      #11
                      Got my alarm panel installed today, here's a couple of pictures of the installation. From a normal standing or sitting position one will not see the LED panel light fixtures.
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                      1987 3270 135-Hino
                      Foxtrap, Newfoundland

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                        #12
                        Nice job!
                        "Martini's Law" SOLD
                        1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
                        Nova Scotia, Canada

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