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(upbeat music) - Hi, Jeff Cote here with Pacific Yacht Systems. What we are gonna talk about next is a methanol battery charger or a fuel cell. This is a really handy device for you to recharge your batteries without being connected to shore power, when you don't have the ability to run your charger, your alternator is not running or you had a lacks sun and your solar panels are not working. Really handy, we put it in a lot of boats that cruise here around, they might have solar panels for the summer but what happens in the shoulder season, what happens in the winter? They want to operate their boat in those months where the sun isn't shining here in the Pacific Northwest. I have both on my boat, I have solar panels and I have the methanol fuel cell, installed one on my boat six years ago, seven years ago and I absolutely love it. It really gives boaters the ability to extend their cruising season and not have to worry about their batteries being constantly discharged and it does so quietly, it's 22 decibels, there's almost no vibration, you can barely feel it and it's running in the background. And even better is that it runs in the background automatically, you don't have to turn it on or off, it does that all by itself. You can control it via a remote control or even a nifty Bluetooth dongle allows you to actually operate it via your iPhone. The fuel is here, basically it's methanol, 10 liters. You know a typical boater is going to use maybe two of these a year, they're very affordable fuel and methanol fuel cells are great, it extends your time at anchor, it allows a boater to not have to worry about can I stay at anchor for another day? Do I need to start running my engine? Do I need to go to a dock to recharge my batteries? It's sort of this device that miraculously allows you to be able to stay in anchor for longer and we here at Pacific Yacht Systems really endorse the product and if you've got any questions or wondering if an Efoy is right for you, contact us at Pacific Yacht Systems. Thanks for watching.