Hallo Jose Luis.
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My name is Vicente Pereda, I have been long time without get into
the web and a I forgot my account name and my password how can I get
Regards from Palma
El 28/07/2008, a las 16:17, Jose_Luis Isasi escribió:
Glad to know you are in Spain. I live in Madrid although my boat is
berthed at Castellon (near Valencia). Drop me an email if you need
something, I´ll see to help.
--- In email@example.com, Richard Piller
what they come with. For world cruising you´ll need 100 m-yards 300
the standard chain for 53 footers is 10 mm or 3\8ths dia, that is
good luck Richard on Challenge in Spainis
--- On Fri, 6/20/08, Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...> wrote:
From: Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...>
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: amel santorin rigging ,anchorchain
Date: Friday, June 20, 2008, 12:00 PM
We use 5/16" "high test" chain which is appropriately rated. 5/16"
about 8mm. Regular 8mm chain would not be adequate.so
Keep in mind that you will need a different gypsy for your windlass
be sure to check with the windlass manufacturer before you buy your<no_reply@ .>
Enjoy the new boat!
--- In amelyachtowners@ yahoogroups. com, phil.berghmans
i've just bougth a amel santorin 1994 in the Med.We are planning
leave the med april/ may next year.Through the red sea or via
Gibralter Atlantic we don't know yet.
We had a survey done wich was overall quite positive (she's a
wich didn't cruise that much)Previous owner kept her in a
mooring in a marina and did some daysailing i presume.
The surveyor had 2 remarks about the rigging being 14 years old
better should be changed allthough it doesn't show any signs off
and weare?Does anyone have any advise or experiance with this and
this would cost?
Second there is an 8mm galvenised anchorchain with a 20 kg cqr
wich i am planning to replase by a 30kg type bugel,spade or rocna
anchor.The surveyor said the 8mm chain is to ligth for a 14m boat
about 11 or 12 ton loaded and should be changed by a 10 mm chain?
Does anyone have any experience or advice on this?
I thank you and glad to join the club!
phil from "2 miles ahead"
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