Power & Motoryacht

The Modular Approach

Source: This semi-finished module includes a new pump and rehabilitated strainer. The PVC fittings and pipe are temporary, just for lineup purposes.

Presumably, you have to replace or repair an onboard pump, motor, or electrical component now and then. And presumably, said device (as well as the wires, fittings, or other paraphernalia associated with it)

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