Power Cord Emergency Averted

Power Cord

July 26, 2016

On a recent overnight stay at the Port Browning Marina on Pender Island our power cord came out of the plug-in during the night. Peter, a fellow member of the Brentwood Bay Power Squadron and the squadrons electrical expert came to our rescue. A piece of bungee cord and the plastic clip used for holding down tarps provided the perfect solution to secure the power cord.

Always be extremely careful when using ship-to-shore power as improperly connected power cords can increase the risk of electric shock drowning in your marina


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