Unlike the previous day, I was up very early at 07:00 (due to a dinghy wake hitting the hull and making a loud slapping noise) and opted for the breakfast at La Sucrière so that I could connect to the internet and finally load my Kindle® with some free books.
Back on board I attacked the task of getting the Bauer dive compressor to start up without blowing out the Victron inverter/charger. It turned out that the DIP-Switch settings were inappropriate and set to only allow 11A instead of the 40-50 that the system could actually deliver and once I had that set up correctly the dive compressor ran without any problems at all.
Just as I'd finished up putting the boat back together Heinz-Dieter and Hafida came by to say hello and check out the new boat.

He's stealing my croissant This bird and his companion would sneak up to my plate whenever I didn't move for more than 30 seconds. They were skittish, even just a small move of my head would get them to fly off.
(2012-01-29 13:35:22 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/5.0, 1/13s] ISO 100 Focus 0.89m)
He's stealing my croissant
Zanshin nestled amongst other yachts Zanshin is easy to find in this anchorage as almost all the boats are white, with a couple of a blue ones sprinkled in for contrast. Of course, all boats are grey at night and that makes it a bit more difficult to identify the correct vessel in the dark.
[18°4'0.37"N 63°5'14.29"W (facing NW)]
Zanshin nestled amongst other yachts
Victron Quattro opened up The Victron Quattro opened up to attach another RJ45 cable (for setting the system via software) and putting in the correct DIP-switch settings for loading times and current.
(2012-01-29 17:22:22 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/3.8, 1/60s] ISO 800 Focus 0.89m)
Victron Quattro opened up
Organizing cables and electrical stuff I've finally gotten around to sorting out the computer and electrical cables from a plastic shopping bag into real containers.
(2012-01-29 16:27:43 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/3.8, 1/20s] ISO 100 Focus 1.50m)
Organizing cables and electrical stuff
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