Re: Carrying Tender on Davits while crossing
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Mohammad, yes, I see that now.
On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 12:31 PM Mohammad Shirloo <mshirloo@...
I know it appear that the outboard is reversed on the transom. But it is not. Take another look.
Mohammad and Aty
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That is an ingenious modification to the Simpson Davits. However, I noticed that the outboard motor is actually "inboard." Can you tell me the model and HP of this motor? Also,
I assume that to raise the dinghy and outboard on the davits, you first have to reverse the outboard on the dinghy transom?
On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 10:31 AM Joerg Esdorn via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Mohammad, I have the CL 340 in Hypalon and it's in good shape after 4 seasons in the Med. The French dealer in La Rochelle convinced me that Hypalon is the way to go for the Med/Caribbean. I have the Amel provided davits on the 55
but I have some custom brackets which fixate the dinghy very well - no sliding or other movement whatsoever. see pics. For passages, I put on a cover to prevent a wave from filling the dinghy and I've not had any problems. For offshore passages with a chance
of serious gales, like a Transatlantic West to East, however, I would put the dinghy on the aft deck and the engine in the aft locker. For one, I don't think I could deploy a drogue with the dinghy hanging from the davits.
I hope this helps.
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