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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Sailorman <kimberlite@...>
 

Richard,

Please post the unlock instructions for the 802—so far I have not had any problems using the 802with my pactor-but I guess some channel somewhere is locked.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite





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From: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com [mailto:amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of divanz620
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 7:52 AM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Amel] SSB instalation





The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr <mailto:54..dunno...amel%40amel.fr> may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com <mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com> , Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: fresh water tank

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Everything that you need to know is here with photos and instructions: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/364756240/pic/list

Bill
BeBe, Sm2k, #387

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "alexgennai" <agennai@...> wrote:

hi ,
has anyone experience in cleaning the fresh water tank?
I'd like to open and clean it but I'm wondering if someone has already done it!!!!!
thanks

alessandro
GRAND CRU 443
martinica


fresh water tank

alexgennai <agennai@...>
 

hi ,
has anyone experience in cleaning the fresh water tank?
I'd like to open and clean it but I'm wondering if someone has already done it!!!!!
thanks

alessandro
GRAND CRU 443
martinica


Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Peter Forbes
 

Dear Lior,

Thank you for that.

Peter

Peter Forbes

07836 209730
ppsforbes@gmail.com

On 25 Mar 2013, at 15:03, Lior <lior246@gmail.com> wrote:

hi peter

i think that the ssb + at-140 + cable + antenna should cost in the usa up to about 3000 $. in europe it would cost more than 4000€. i dont know how much the installation could cost if you dont do it your self.

regards
lior

ב-25 במרץ 2013, בשעה 15:18, Peter Forbes <ppsforbes@gmail.com> כתב/ה:

I am thinking of adding SSB to an Amel 54 as well - can anyone advise me f the rough order of magnitude cost of the whole system for that type of installation?

Best wishes

Peter Forbes

07836 209730
ppsforbes@gmail.com

On 25 Mar 2013, at 13:46, Richard03801 <richard03801@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi thanks for the note. The 802 has worked just fine with Pactor 3 While there are some channels blocker we have had no issues. With respect to voltage we were not able to fine a 24 volt 802. We did use the Amel supplied 24 to 12 Sailor inverter/converter. As a note we are normally using the SSB with the gen set running.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 25, 2013, at 7:51, "divanz620" <divanz620@yahoo.fr> wrote:

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Lior <lior246@...>
 

hi peter

i think that the ssb + at-140 + cable + antenna should cost in the usa up to about 3000 $. in europe it would cost more than 4000€. i dont know how much the installation could cost if you dont do it your self.

regards
lior



ב-25 במרץ 2013, בשעה 15:18, Peter Forbes <ppsforbes@gmail.com> כתב/ה:

I am thinking of adding SSB to an Amel 54 as well - can anyone advise me f the rough order of magnitude cost of the whole system for that type of installation?

Best wishes

Peter Forbes

07836 209730
ppsforbes@gmail.com

On 25 Mar 2013, at 13:46, Richard03801 <richard03801@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi thanks for the note. The 802 has worked just fine with Pactor 3 While there are some channels blocker we have had no issues. With respect to voltage we were not able to fine a 24 volt 802. We did use the Amel supplied 24 to 12 Sailor inverter/converter. As a note we are normally using the SSB with the gen set running.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 25, 2013, at 7:51, "divanz620" <divanz620@yahoo.fr> wrote:

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Lior <lior246@...>
 

hi
thanks a lot for your comments.
it would be great if you could post this document.
the amel 54 is ready with 12v for the ssb.

thanks
lior



ב-25 במרץ 2013, בשעה 12:51, "divanz620" <divanz620@yahoo.fr> כתב/ה:

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Peter Forbes
 

I am thinking of adding SSB to an Amel 54 as well - can anyone advise me f the rough order of magnitude cost of the whole system for that type of installation?

Best wishes

Peter Forbes

07836 209730
ppsforbes@gmail.com

On 25 Mar 2013, at 13:46, Richard03801 <richard03801@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi thanks for the note. The 802 has worked just fine with Pactor 3 While there are some channels blocker we have had no issues. With respect to voltage we were not able to fine a 24 volt 802. We did use the Amel supplied 24 to 12 Sailor inverter/converter. As a note we are normally using the SSB with the gen set running.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 25, 2013, at 7:51, "divanz620" <divanz620@yahoo.fr> wrote:

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Hi thanks for the note. The 802 has worked just fine with Pactor 3 While there are some channels blocker we have had no issues. With respect to voltage we were not able to fine a 24 volt 802. We did use the Amel supplied 24 to 12 Sailor inverter/converter. As a note we are normally using the SSB with the gen set running.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 25, 2013, at 7:51, "divanz620" <divanz620@yahoo.fr> wrote:

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Alan Leslie
 

The ICOM 802 is not approved for use in the EU

AND, if you buy one from the US, it will be transmit locked to the FCC approved channels.

There is a way to reprogram an 802 so that all channels are xmit programmable....you need this if you want to use PACTOR on all available freqs.

I can post this document of anyone is interested...

AT-130 can work with 802 also no problem even tho AT-140 is recommended.

710 / 802 pull about 25-30Amps on xmit @12V..so for a 24V system you need a converter that's min 350W

sm2k redlines have a BLU converter already fitted that can deal with that..Amel 54..dunno...amel@amel.fr may be the best bet...

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Richard03801 <richard03801@...> wrote:

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@...> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Radar Arch

seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
 

Some time ago there was a posting regarding a radar arch made by Teck Inox of La Rochelle and possibly supplied through Secteur Blanc. It included a dinghy lifting arm, solar panels and two D400 wind generators. Would anyone have any details or photographs
please?
Thank you.
Trevor
Seafever SM no 425


Amel Transmission

seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
 

Would anyone know the running temperatures of the Amel transmission please?
Thank you.
Trevor
Seafever SM NO 425
Mexico


Re: [Amel] SSB instalation

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Hi there is no issue in getting you 802 shipped from Defender Industries. Most users use the 140 tuner they work great. Buy the SSB ant at the same time. You will of course need shielded cable and copper foil and a 24 to 12 volt inverter. The 802 only runs on 12 volts. And remember it pull 160 watts every time you transmit. Good luck are you getting the Pactor modem too.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Mar 23, 2013, at 18:12, Lior Keydar <lior246@gmail.com> wrote:

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior

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Re: SSB instalation

Alain FEUILLET <alainfeuillet@...>
 

Hi Lior,
why do you want to get ICOM M802 from the US if you are in Europe? You can
get it everywhere: only an example
http://www.nauticom.fr/store/product_info.php?n=Emetteur_R_cepteur_BLU_IC_M8
02_ASN&products_id=1438&language=en
If your boat has not an European flag, you can get rid of the VAT, I guess.
Best regards
Alain
(Pigrim SM #26)


Re: [Amel] Re: Trinidad-Marina's

Ric <ric@...>
 

Also be sure to have a/c setup on boat to keep it fresh, buy grease for ladder sides to minimize ants etc getting on deck. Fortress does excellent joinery. And say Hi from Bali Hai sn24.

Ric Gottschalk
Kitchen Magic Refacers, Inc
Office 410-923-5800
Fax 410-923-5802

On Mar 23, 2013, at 8:57 PM, "seafeverofcuan" <seafeverofcuan@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Gary,
I totally agree with Bill re. staying in the boat yard. However I have stayed several nights in Peake's budget water front rooms, basic accommodation ,which I found to be very satisfactory. Their Zanzibar restaurant was reasonable as well. They have a small slip facility which I would not recommend for long term. Their is a well stocked chandlery on site and a large Budget Marine store nearby.
Also worth mentioning Peake's offer different storage packages including a high security area which I used.
The Amel lockers came onto their own on my return to the boat all had been attempted to be opened but the rope system prevented any loss.
Best to stow your ladder etc inside.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Gary,

I agree with the others that Peakes would be the place to haul. That said, I would not liveaboard in a berth at Peakes unless things have changed in the past 6 years. It is not protected well and the yachts there endure quite a bit of movement from the wash of crazy speeding Trinidad "fishermen."

Bill
BeBe

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "seafeverofcuan" <seafeverofcuan@> wrote:

Hi Gary,
Peakes yacht Services for haul out, they offer budget priced accommodation on site and many contractors for all types of work.
Powerboats for haul out and live aboard while working at the boat.
Crews Inn for the best marina. Slightly more expensive but cleaner,more secure, good supply store and restaurant on site. Electrical services,instrument store, customs and immigration and good swimming pool also on site. They will give you a surprisingly good rate for longer term.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever SM no 425
Mexico



--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44


Re: Trinidad-Marina's

seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
 

Hi Gary,
I totally agree with Bill re. staying in the boat yard. However I have stayed several nights in Peake's budget water front rooms, basic accommodation ,which I found to be very satisfactory. Their Zanzibar restaurant was reasonable as well. They have a small slip facility which I would not recommend for long term. Their is a well stocked chandlery on site and a large Budget Marine store nearby.
Also worth mentioning Peake's offer different storage packages including a high security area which I used.
The Amel lockers came onto their own on my return to the boat all had been attempted to be opened but the rope system prevented any loss.
Best to stow your ladder etc inside.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Gary,

I agree with the others that Peakes would be the place to haul. That said, I would not liveaboard in a berth at Peakes unless things have changed in the past 6 years. It is not protected well and the yachts there endure quite a bit of movement from the wash of crazy speeding Trinidad "fishermen."

Bill
BeBe

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "seafeverofcuan" <seafeverofcuan@> wrote:

Hi Gary,
Peakes yacht Services for haul out, they offer budget priced accommodation on site and many contractors for all types of work.
Powerboats for haul out and live aboard while working at the boat.
Crews Inn for the best marina. Slightly more expensive but cleaner,more secure, good supply store and restaurant on site. Electrical services,instrument store, customs and immigration and good swimming pool also on site. They will give you a surprisingly good rate for longer term.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever SM no 425
Mexico



--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44


Re: Trinidad-Marina's

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Gary,

I agree with the others that Peakes would be the place to haul. That said, I would not liveaboard in a berth at Peakes unless things have changed in the past 6 years. It is not protected well and the yachts there endure quite a bit of movement from the wash of crazy speeding Trinidad "fishermen."

Bill
BeBe

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "seafeverofcuan" <seafeverofcuan@...> wrote:

Hi Gary,
Peakes yacht Services for haul out, they offer budget priced accommodation on site and many contractors for all types of work.
Powerboats for haul out and live aboard while working at the boat.
Crews Inn for the best marina. Slightly more expensive but cleaner,more secure, good supply store and restaurant on site. Electrical services,instrument store, customs and immigration and good swimming pool also on site. They will give you a surprisingly good rate for longer term.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever SM no 425
Mexico



--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44


SSB instalation

Lior Keydar <lior246@...>
 

hi all

i would like to install ssb radio icom m802 on my boat (amel 54), to order it from the usa and ship it to europe. i think also about using a separate antenna and not the back stay.
can someone advice me what automatic tuner i should use (at-130 or at-140)?
should i order also other options for the installation?
does someone know if there is any problem to ship it to europe?
what would be a good shop in the usa to order it?

thank you for your help
lior



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Re: Trinidad-Marina's

seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
 

Hi Gary,
Peakes yacht Services for haul out, they offer budget priced accommodation on site and many contractors for all types of work.
Powerboats for haul out and live aboard while working at the boat.
Crews Inn for the best marina. Slightly more expensive but cleaner,more secure, good supply store and restaurant on site. Electrical services,instrument store, customs and immigration and good swimming pool also on site. They will give you a surprisingly good rate for longer term.
Regards,
Trevor
Seafever SM no 425
Mexico

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@...> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44


Re: Trinidad-Marina's

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Gary,

We were not there very long and had a berth at Coral Cove Marina with two other Amels. Crew's Inn Marina is across from Coral Cove and is more up-scale. Trinidad waters are filthy. I noticed that Crews Inn staff cleaned the garbage from the marina daily...Coral Cove did not bother. If I were going again, I think I would pay a little more at Crew's Inn. They book up well in advance...book early. When you arrive, be sure to meet Jessie James, the go-to guy and taxi driver for yachties. Jessie's website: http://www.membersonlymaxitaxi.com/

Best,

Bill
BeBe

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@...> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44


Re: [Amel] Trinidad-Marina's

karkauai
 

Peakes has a first class operation, but only a few slips that are stern to. I wouldn't have any issue with staying there.
Kent
SM 243 Kristy

On Mar 23, 2013, at 8:07 AM, "bozo_cinq" <bozocinq@wollenberg.net> wrote:

We are planning on taking our vessel to Trinidad during Hurricane season (7/1 to 11/1). We presently live on our vessel full time. Looking for recommendations as to marina's to stay at during this period. Any suggestions would be greatly welcome.
Thanks,
Gary
S/V Bozo Cinq #44