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#17198 - 11/21/02 10:13 PM marine electricians, any on board ?  
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any of you guys ever wired ships.


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#17199 - 11/21/02 10:25 PM Re: marine electricians, any on board ?  
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My first summer job was installing and wiring all the electronic gear on large pleasure craft (GPS, radar, radio, autopilots, cockpit lighting, etc). I loved it!!

The money in marine electrical is comparable to "land based" stuff but the work is seasonal and is very affected by the economy. (Military craft excepted)

I still do marine jobs once in a while.


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#17200 - 11/22/02 07:24 PM Re: marine electricians, any on board ?  
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Spent 8 years as a shipboard electrician in the Navy.



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