Scott purchased a 23-foot Seaswirl, Running Barefoot, sight unseen, and it came with no electrical diagrams. So when PYS began work on the boat, they had to solve a “jigsaw puzzle” to determine how everything was connected.
On inspection, PYS recommended using an in-hull transducer, thus sparing Scott a haul-out and another large hole through Running Barefoot's bottom. “This is something I never would have known about,” he says. Scott also asked PYS to install a NMEA 2000 fuel sensor, a value-added part that will no doubt reduce his fuel costs.
" Jeff is a new breed of tradesman," states Scott. "It’s great having someone willing to work around my schedule and using my mode of communication."
Scott describes the installation as seamless and professionally done. All communication was done by telephone or email, and PYS followed up a couple of times to make sure he was satisfied before sending him the bill.