HUNTER 33 Checklist

Hunter 33

CHECKLIST – HUNTER 33

COCKPIT
( ) PFDs. One for each person, must fit, under 12 years old must wear [photo]
( ) PFD, type 4 throwable, within reach of the helmsperson [photo]
( ) Winch handle (and spare) [photo]
( ) Manual bilge pump location and handle [photo]
( ) Emergency tiller, rudder post access plate and key [photo]
( ) Propane tanks full [photo]

SALON
( ) First Aid Kit
( ) Flares, three day and night, not expired
( ) Horn – with spare if necessary
( ) Registration current and copy of rental agreement [photo]
( ) Fire extinguisher(s), not expired, not tampered with
( ) Check Fuel Level (Diesel tanks full) [photo]
( ) Oil level [photo]
( ) Coolant level [photo]
( ) Motor, check for excessive oil or water leaks. [photo]
( ) Motor drive belts condition and proper tension [photo]
( ) Check bilge for excessive water/oil (check for sheen) [photo]
( ) Boat hook

( ) Electric bilge pump, on/off switch, automatic and manual switch [group photo, all below]
( ) Disconnect shore power - keep on board or leave on dock
( ) Battery master switch on
( ) Battery condition indicator
( ) Cabin lights
( ) Running lights
( ) Steaming light
( ) Anchor light
( ) Instrument lights
( ) Compass light
( ) VHF radio operation
( ) Sink water pressure switch
( ) Water pressure switch
( ) Macerator switch location
( ) Head operating instructions
( ) HEAD: Toilet tissue/paper towels
( ) Macerator thru hull closed
( ) Head discharge “Y” or diverter valve
( ) Instructions on overboard discharge of head or exterior pump out
( ) Holding tank empty (or at least not too full)
( ) Water tanks full

PERSONAL
( ) Clothing suitable for sailing conditions
( ) Rain or foul weather gear
( ) Sailing gloves, boat shoes
( ) Hat, sunscreen, sun glasses
( ) Toilet articles, personal
( ) Sleeping gear and pillow
( ) Cell phone charger
( ) Lighter

GALLEY
( ) Refrigerator operating instructions and on/off switch [photo]
( ) Stove operating instructions
( ) Tool for changing propane tanks if necessary [photo]
( ) LPG safety switch [photo]
( ) Stove igniter or lighter
( ) Can opener
( ) Dish soap, paper towels, napkins, garbage bags
( ) Pots, pans, coffee maker, all necessary cooking utensils
( ) Cups, glasses, plates, bowls, knives, forks, spoons

NAV STATION
( ) Chargers for electronics (inc. solar if avail).
( ) Charts, tide tables, cruising guides
( ) Navigation tools, plotter, parallel rulers, dividers, pencils
( ) Binoculars
( ) Hand Bearing Compass
( ) GPS with spare batteries
( ) Flashlight with spare batteries

ANCHOR
( ) Windlass off/on switch [photo]
( ) Location of windlass switch/circuit breaker [photo]
( ) Location of windlass remote [photo]
( ) Anchor locker, anchor rode unkinked and unobstructed [photo]
( ) Anchor shackles secured and pins wired [photo]
( ) Determine length of chain and rode, anchor rode markings, if any [photo]
( ) Bitter end secured
( ) Check operation of windlass
( ) Spare or stern anchor and rode

OVERNIGHT
( ) raw water, thru hull location, raw water filter location [photo]
( ) soft wooden plugs [photo]
( ) Knife, tools, screwdriver, wrench, pliers
( ) Spare shackle , hose clamps, cotter pins, clevis pins, duct tape, wire ties
( ) Lines for reefing mainsail
( ) Jack line and safety harness
( ) radar reflector [photo]
( ) Host country flag

EXTERIOR
( ) Fuel fill exterior location and key [photo]
( ) Water fill exterior location and key [photo]
( ) Waste discharge exterior location and key [photo]

INSTRUCTIONS TO PASSENGERS AND CREW
( ) Location of safety equipment
( ) Value of a “float plan”
( ) How to use type 4 flotation device
( ) Use of the VHF radio, boat name and emergency procedures
( ) Safety in moving about the boat
( ) Proper use of the head
( ) Proper use of the stove

POST ARRIVAL
( ) Engine off, switches off