Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Fitting an additional Echosounder (Interphase Twinscope)
Tonino Stoppani <md3536@...>
Hi, I had the INTERPHASE sounder looking forward to bottom and side by side on my Camper & Nicholson 45 "MARO' " and I have been very satisfied.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The installation was on the center bottom of the boat where the thickness of FRP is maximum in a sort of small island in FRP (similar to the small islad used for side log/echo-sounder). Safety was satisfied by the strenght of the FRP island and I never had any problem.
Antonio Stoppani (Maro'-Rome-Italy)
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Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 3:11 PM
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Fitting an additional Echosounder (Interphase Twinscope)
Hi there, Does anyone have experience with fitting a "thru'hull"
echosounder (Interphase twinscope) to an Amel Maramu 1984. This is a
forward and sidewards looking echosounder with a through hull
transducer on a bronze screwthread, fairly large transducer.
I am looking to fit one, but am concerned with hull cutting
procedure, transducer placement (so not as to interfere with other
sensors) and subsequent hull epoxy bounding + antifouling over join.
Many thanks, Amer (Synnefoula, Crete, Greece).
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