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Kontrolni seznam

Stremimo k "popolnemu" seznamu reči, ki jih ni pametno pozabiti doma. Sami morate presoditi, kaj potrebujete za konkretno potovanje/regato/izlet. V kolikor imate predloge za dopolnitev seznama, me prosim kontaktirajte po e-pošti. Besedilo je pripravljeno le v angleškem jeziku, ki je pomorcem domač. Mar ne? ;-)

Here we go:

  • Waterproof case for phone,
  • GoPRO,
  • money,
  • check your credit card limit for boat-rental fee,
  • driving licence,
  • good sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection,
  • sleeping bag,
  • swimming suit,
  • T-shirt per day,
  • if bad weather is expected, do not take less than two pair of socks per day,
  • longsleeved shirt for the protection from the sun,
  • pullover,
  • trousers,
  • shorts,
  • towel,
  • wet wipes (towels) flip top (plastic cover),
  • sailing clothes (dry suit/wet suit),
  • anorak,
  • flis,
  • boots,
  • teva sandals,
  • tennis shoes with no-mark sole,
  • gloves (for winter conditions, use neopren gloves),
  • hat that will protect your head and eyes from the sun,
  • buff,
  • woollen hat that will protect your ears from wind,
  • pajamas,
  • warm underwear - socks, pants, shirt, undercap,
  • your own Sailing directions book (peljar) if you are used to it,
  • weather report for the whole week,
  • boat leader's license of competence,
  • radio license,
  • list of maritime frequencies,
  • weather forecast - channels and broadcast time,
  • instructions for emergency radio procedures,
  • list of gas stations,
  • adriatic ports distance table,
  • do not forget personal hygiene "equipment" - remember that you will be living in a small place with a group of people,
  • health insurance,
  • first-aid kit:
    • anti-sickness pills,
    • ginger and peppermint tablets or powder help preventing the sea-sickness,
    • sun cream (use high SPF (Sun Protection Factor), like 30),
    • bandage (vivalast),
    • elastic bandage (vivamax),
    • bondage mesh,
    • NaCl for wound disinfection,
    • needle (for chip removal)
    • eye drops (Alomide, 0.9% NaCl, Visine),
    • eye plaster,
    • thimble,
    • plastic respirator,
    • one-time-use gloves,
    • syringe,
    • Chlorampenicol and Bivacyn ointment for the eyes,
    • antibiotic (Sumamed),
    • anti-allergy tablets (Claritine) or drops (Fenistil),
    • pain killers (Naprosyn),
    • throat lozenges (neo-angin),
    • immunal,
    • sterile gauze impregnated with sodium fusidate for open wounds and burns (Fucidin - change it every day, put gauze over it and swathe the wound),
    • bandage (swathe),
    • wound management strips (OpSite Post-Op: transparent film acting like an artificial skin for quick management of acute wounds)
    • adhesive surgical dressing (mepore - clean the wound, put on the properly-sized mepore and change every two days),
    • Steri-Strip for cuts,
    • Aqua Protect Hansaplast for cuts,
    • Bivacyn spray for open wounds,
    • absorbent gauze,
    • cream for burned skin management (Bephanten, Kamagel, Ribodermin, Dermazin),
    • anti-diarrhoea capsules (linex),
    • rupurut for stomach ache,
    • constipation treatment powder (Importal).
  • watertight protective case (for phone etc.),
  • duck tape,
  • WD40,
  • hand driller,
  • tongs,
  • unimer with proper extension cables,
  • scalpel,
  • cigarette for wind direction finding (only for regatta),
  • rubbish bags,
  • toilet paper,
  • electric heater for drying clothes and to warm up,
  • sharp knife,
  • sharp pocket knife,
  • cap light,
  • battery reflector,
  • reading material about sailing,
  • make inquiries about the on-board audio equipment (CD or cassette player) and take music that everybody will enjoy,
  • colored tape,
  • some rope,
  • mariner's compass,
  • mask, fins and snorkel,
  • cork,
  • pegs for easier drying of wet clothes,
  • clothes-hanger for easier space management inside cabins and for easier drying of wet clothes,
  • candles (romantic dinner and saving up the accumulator batteries),
  • cigarette lighter (useful when cutting rope and for kitchen-range),
  • matches,
  • thermos bottle (useful for warm soup on long trips on windy days),
  • tin opener,
  • GPS (optional)
  • spare batteries for lights and GPS (don't forget a charger if you use accumulators),
  • 12 V GSM charger (optional),
  • distributor (to connect more than one charger in the marine),
  • white buoy for safer anchoring,
  • Elvis,
  • camera,
  • make a whole week menu for food (usually strong breakfast and late dinner). Think about small snack around noon (chocolate and cookies are the best). Expect lack of dishes and space for preparing food. Refrigerator storage is limited, but there is plenty of room elsewhere. 

Small boats (pictures):

  • small cooker and appropriate dishes,
  • private radio station and antenna,
  • sailing charts,
  • bolster (vzglavnik),
  • spare accumulator,
  • water resistant bags,
  • bluetooth speaker,
  • inverter (razsmernik 12 V na 220 V),
  • playing cards (for bad weather).

Recommended tools and spare parts for reggata: