Yachting

NEW CAN BREAK TOO

I SMELLED SOMETHING BURNING. SOMETHING ELECTRICAL. A nanosecond later, the new 41-foot convertible’s starboard diesel shut down. The port motor switched into get-home mode. We were making about 6 knots. The power-assist, hydraulic steering was gone. Alarms blared.

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