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boat without marking or scratching the hull. It can also be used to protect car doors in the drive or garages. Dimensions: 600mm x 300mm x 75mm £ 24.99


Seago Extract-it SEA6


Changing engine oil is a messy business and any- thing that makes that easier at an affordable price is a great help. The new extract-it oil extractor has the advantage of a suction pump that is firmly screwed onto a 6 litre reservoir tank which can be sealed to store/transport the oil. These design features combined with the ease of use and very reason- able price won it ‘Practical Boat Owner’s Best Buy’ accolade.


The unit comes complete with two translucent tubes (7.4mm & 10mm diameter) a plastic pipe clamp as a cut off valve and a small funnel to facilitate emptying and is currently available at just £29.99.


Navigator 8420 Monocular


While GPS units are essential equipment today for the fully equipped yachtsman, there are still times when you need accurate ranges and bearings to derive a precise location or distance to a closing object. Seago’s Navigator 8420 Monocular is exactly the in- strument to have on the boat or in the cockpit to address this need. More stable and versatile than a standard set of binoculars, the Navigator combines a 8x42 monocular, an accurate compass, and a rangefinder all within one watertight, handheld device. You never have to take your eyes off of your target because the informa- tion is superimposed on the scope’s field of


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view. Just locate a target through the crosshair, point and shoot! The compass is internally gimbaled through ±15° for a phenom- enal 0.5° accuracy in all conditions. The rangefinder uses known heights and relative size to allow you to calculatete the range of an object. A backlit display allows the user to read the compass under darkened conditions. All this for only £49.99.


Gill Coast Jacket


The New Gill Coast Jacket is an accomplished coastal/inshore waterproof. Made from a waterproof and breathable 2 Dot™ fabric, it offers excellent weather protection and all-round performance.


With fully taped seams for a water-


proof seal its has a high collar with faceguard for protection and rollaway high-vis hood with volume adjustment for improved fit.


The front zipper has a double velcro


storm guard which combined with the adjustable cuffs and PU inner seals ensure watertight comfort. There are large capacity,


angled cargo


pockets for ease of access with fleece lined hand warmer pockets behind, a life jacket attachment facility and High-visibility Reflex- ite® reflective patches on the front and shoulders. And all round Cruising Jacket at the amazing price of only £105.00.


Shipmates Chandlers Ltd 2 Newcomen Road, Dartmouth TQ6 9AF 01803 839292 info@chandlery.co.uk www.chandlery.co.uk


Produced to the highest standards and waterproofs sealed to prevent leaks too!


State-of-the-Art system that enables us to to apply complex logos or images to create teams, club or corporate identity on our vast range of fleece, shirts, Jackets, caps etc. with No Minimum Order. Call us for more information.


E-mail: sales@ravenspring.co.uk Ford Road Industrial Estate, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5LQ A6 Flyer 0207.indd 2


Tel/Fax: 01803 867092 www.ravenspring.co.uk Please mention By The Dart when responding to adverts. To advertise here, please call 01803 835740 or email mark@bythedart.co.uk


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