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Website Woes

karkauai
 

Hi all,
First let me say that the group webpage is now useless to me for searching messages, or even posting a new topic.  I had to post this via regular email.  We've got to do something about this before all our info is lost completely.  I'm ready to fork out some money to hire someone (preferably someone who is a member and competent to guide us and make it work) to find another way to continue our "conversations" and be able to post pics and files...even to attach a pic to a message.
 
We've talked about this for a couple of months now, is anyone actually doing anything?  I am pretty computer illiterate, but I am willing to find someone who can do this for us.  Should I just forge ahead, or should we be more formal about it...take a vote or something?
 
I think everyone would be willing to pay a reasonable fee to participate, what's reasonable?  $10 per year? $25?  What about upfront investment...$25? $50?
 
I fear that a lot of our information has already disappeared into the ether.
 
Thanks,
Kent
SM243 Kristy
Brunswick, GA, USA


Re: [Amel] Diesel control

karkauai
 

See, Pitu, if you ask a guy who knows his stuff, you get an answer like Bill's.  If you ask a guy like me who has trouble tying his shoes, you get an answer like mine.
Kent

From: Bill & Judy Rouse
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2013 10:42 AM
Subject: Re: [Amel] Diesel control
 
Pitu,

The Electric Fuel Gauge is a 12 Volt DC gauge with a spring toggle switch that is normally OFF. Move the switch to ON and the fuel gauge is ON.

There are 2 inspection ports on top of the stainless steel fuel tank in the engine room. The fuel gauge sending unit is installed on the forward inspection port. There are two wires going to the sending unit from the fuel switch/gauge. Do the following tests:

In the engine room:
  1. Near the top of the fuel tank, the two wires from the switch/gauge are spliced to the two wires from the fuel tank sending unit with insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors. Pull these connectors apart.
  2. Using  a voltmeter on the two wires which are coming from the switch/gauge measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the OFF position...it should read 0. 
  3. Next measure the volts on the same wires with the switch ON...it should read about 12 Volts DC. 
  4. If this checks out, everything is good except possibly the stem and float part of the measuring system...but 1 more test:
  5. Reconnect the two wires, except leave the plastic insulator pulled back to allow for Voltmeter probe contact.
  6. Using  a voltmeter on the Spade Connectors, measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the ON position. 
  7. If the tank is full it should read 12 volts...if it is half full 6 volts, it it is 1/4 full 3 volts.
If all of above checks out, the problem is with the float and stem...and could be something simple like the float is stuck.
  1. Disconnect the insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors.
  2. Remove the 8 bolts on the inspection hatch on the fuel tank.
  3. Take care that the rubber gasket does not fall into the tank
  4. You will have to slightly rotate the plate as you pull up exposing the approximately 1 meter stem and float.
  5. If your problem is visual, possibly you can repair.
  6. If it is not visual, you will need to take the stem and float to a shop that specializes in fuel tanks.
Hope this helps.

Bill
On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 1:37 PM, <pitugolf@...> wrote:
 
Deal all,
The original counter of diesel of my SM stopped working and shows empty tank however it&apos;s almost full does someone have the same problem? How can be repaire?

Thank you in advance from Leros,

Pitu
S.Y. PITU


Re: [Amel] Diesel control

karkauai
 

Mine quit working years ago, I just rely on the dip stick in the filling port.
Kent
SM243 Kristy

From: "pitugolf@..."
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2013 9:37 AM
Subject: [Amel] Diesel control
 
Deal all,
The original counter of diesel of my SM stopped working and shows empty tank however it&apos;s almost full does someone have the same problem? How can be repaire?

Thank you in advance from Leros,

Pitu
S.Y. PITU


Re: [Amel] Diesel control

Mark Erdos
 

Bill,

How the heck did you get so smart on this stuff! Have you taken BeBe
completely apart and reassembled her again? So glad you are on this
group!!!!!

Mark
SM2K #275
www.creampuff.us


Re: [Amel] Diesel control

Pitugolf Yahoo <pitugolf@...>
 


Dear Bill,

Thank you so much for your quick answer-help. We will check the 2 options and hopefully the issue will be solved :)

I will let you know.

Kind regards,

Maria (Pitu :))





Le 14 oct. 2013 à 17:42, "Bill & Judy Rouse" <yahoogroups@...> a écrit :

 

Pitu,

The Electric Fuel Gauge is a 12 Volt DC gauge with a spring toggle switch that is normally OFF. Move the switch to ON and the fuel gauge is ON.

There are 2 inspection ports on top of the stainless steel fuel tank in the engine room. The fuel gauge sending unit is installed on the forward inspection port. There are two wires going to the sending unit from the fuel switch/gauge. Do the following tests:

In the engine room:
  1. Near the top of the fuel tank, the two wires from the switch/gauge are spliced to the two wires from the fuel tank sending unit with insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors. Pull these connectors apart.
  2. Using  a voltmeter on the two wires which are coming from the switch/gauge measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the OFF position...it should read 0. 
  3. Next measure the volts on the same wires with the switch ON...it should read about 12 Volts DC. 
  4. If this checks out, everything is good except possibly the stem and float part of the measuring system...but 1 more test:
  5. Reconnect the two wires, except leave the plastic insulator pulled back to allow for Voltmeter probe contact.
  6. Using  a voltmeter on the Spade Connectors, measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the ON position. 
  7. If the tank is full it should read 12 volts...if it is half full 6 volts, it it is 1/4 full 3 volts.
If all of above checks out, the problem is with the float and stem...and could be something simple like the float is stuck.
  1. Disconnect the insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors.
  2. Remove the 8 bolts on the inspection hatch on the fuel tank.
  3. Take care that the rubber gasket does not fall into the tank
  4. You will have to slightly rotate the plate as you pull up exposing the approximately 1 meter stem and float.
  5. If your problem is visual, possibly you can repair.
  6. If it is not visual, you will need to take the stem and float to a shop that specializes in fuel tanks.
Hope this helps.

Bill


On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 1:37 PM, <pitugolf@...> wrote:
 

Deal all,

The original counter of diesel of my SM stopped working and shows empty tank however it's almost full does someone have the same problem? How can be repaire?

Thank you in advance from Leros,

Pitu
S.Y. PITU



Re: [Amel] Diesel control

Bill & Judy Rouse <yahoogroups@...>
 

Pitu,

The Electric Fuel Gauge is a 12 Volt DC gauge with a spring toggle switch that is normally OFF. Move the switch to ON and the fuel gauge is ON.

There are 2 inspection ports on top of the stainless steel fuel tank in the engine room. The fuel gauge sending unit is installed on the forward inspection port. There are two wires going to the sending unit from the fuel switch/gauge. Do the following tests:

In the engine room:
  1. Near the top of the fuel tank, the two wires from the switch/gauge are spliced to the two wires from the fuel tank sending unit with insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors. Pull these connectors apart.
  2. Using  a voltmeter on the two wires which are coming from the switch/gauge measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the OFF position...it should read 0. 
  3. Next measure the volts on the same wires with the switch ON...it should read about 12 Volts DC. 
  4. If this checks out, everything is good except possibly the stem and float part of the measuring system...but 1 more test:
  5. Reconnect the two wires, except leave the plastic insulator pulled back to allow for Voltmeter probe contact.
  6. Using  a voltmeter on the Spade Connectors, measure the voltage with the "fuel check switch" near the gauge in the ON position. 
  7. If the tank is full it should read 12 volts...if it is half full 6 volts, it it is 1/4 full 3 volts.
If all of above checks out, the problem is with the float and stem...and could be something simple like the float is stuck.
  1. Disconnect the insulated Male/Female Spade Connectors.
  2. Remove the 8 bolts on the inspection hatch on the fuel tank.
  3. Take care that the rubber gasket does not fall into the tank
  4. You will have to slightly rotate the plate as you pull up exposing the approximately 1 meter stem and float.
  5. If your problem is visual, possibly you can repair.
  6. If it is not visual, you will need to take the stem and float to a shop that specializes in fuel tanks.
Hope this helps.

Bill


On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 1:37 PM, <pitugolf@...> wrote:
 

Deal all,

The original counter of diesel of my SM stopped working and shows empty tank however it's almost full does someone have the same problem? How can be repaire?

Thank you in advance from Leros,

Pitu
S.Y. PITU



Diesel control

pitugolf@...
 

Deal all,

The original counter of diesel of my SM stopped working and shows empty tank however it's almost full does someone have the same problem? How can be repaire?

Thank you in advance from Leros,

Pitu
S.Y. PITU


Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54

Christoph Hartung <Hartung@...>
 

Hi Jeff,
it has a rubber bottom with wooden floor. The floor panels are 3 peaces. When we store it we take the panels out and roll the flat dinghy. This way it fits very well and easy in the stern locker. To take it in and out of the locker we use the besan halyard. But we only store it when we leave the boat somewhere or having a long open water passage, because it's some kind of work. If you are interested I can find out the brand and where to purchase.
BTW the manufacturer does offer the color of the dinghy as your AMEL, as beige with Bordeaux red stripes.

Christoph, 54#59

Von: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...] Im Auftrag von jmkraus@...
Gesendet: Montag, 14. Oktober 2013 13:31
An: amelyachtowners@...
Betreff: Re: AW: [Amel] dinghy for a 54


Christoph, I assume you have a RIB with one solid bottom, as compared to a Zodiac 310, with its flat individual bottom panels. Doing the metric to feet conversion, your raft is roughly the size I'm looking at. Upon deflation, you can manage to get it in and out of you storage locker? What type of dinghy is it, and do you know the listed weight?
BTW, thanks to everyone who offered me a kind welcome.
Jeff

----- Original Message -----
From: Christoph Hartung
Date: Monday, October 14, 2013 4:43 am
Subject: AW: [Amel] dinghy for a 54
To: "amelyachtowners@..."

Dear Jeff,



since we decided to use a dinghy which is at least 3m long (now
3,20m) with a solid bottom, we bought for our 54 electric
operated davids.

This was one of the best decisions we did when we purchased our
54 in 2007. The boat is now in the Caribbean and we use the
dinghy every day. Moving it up and done with the engine fitted,
because we need to prevent it from thefts.

Yes, it is an expensive installation, but if you travel
worldwide and you may be not the youngest any more, this
installation is a must!



Christoph

AMEL 54, #59





Von: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] Im Auftrag von Kent Robertson

Gesendet: Sonntag, 13. Oktober 2013 21:09

An: amelyachtowners@...

Betreff: Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54





Congratulations Jeff! And welcome to the family.

Kent

SM243

Kristy

Brunswick, GA USA



Sent from my iPhone



On Oct 13, 2013, at 12:48 PM,
wrote:




I recently purchased Joel's 54, "Hollis." She is now "Spirit."
I'm proceeding slowly with additions to Spirit, and one of the
first additions will be an RIB. I've done some preliminary
homework, and thought I'd see if any 54 owners had input
regarding their choices of one, and their thoughts on what RIB
was the best fit. I was interested in the AB Ventus, and
wondered about fit. I will be back on Spirit in a week or so to
measure the stern locker, but for now, I'll go with any input
from other 54 owners.



Thanks in advance. Jeff Kraus








Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54

JEFFREY KRAUS
 


Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54

Christoph Hartung <Hartung@...>
 

Dear Jeff,

since we decided to use a dinghy which is at least 3m long (now 3,20m) with a solid bottom, we bought for our 54 electric operated davids.
This was one of the best decisions we did when we purchased our 54 in 2007. The boat is now in the Caribbean and we use the dinghy every day. Moving it up and done with the engine fitted, because we need to prevent it from thefts.
Yes, it is an expensive installation, but if you travel worldwide and you may be not the youngest any more, this installation is a must!

Christoph
AMEL 54, #59


Von: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...] Im Auftrag von Kent Robertson
Gesendet: Sonntag, 13. Oktober 2013 21:09
An: amelyachtowners@...
Betreff: Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54


Congratulations Jeff! And welcome to the family.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Brunswick, GA USA

On Oct 13, 2013, at 12:48 PM, <jmkraus@...<mailto:jmkraus@...>> wrote:


I recently purchased Joel's 54, "Hollis." She is now "Spirit." I'm proceeding slowly with additions to Spirit, and one of the first additions will be an RIB. I've done some preliminary homework, and thought I'd see if any 54 owners had input regarding their choices of one, and their thoughts on what RIB was the best fit. I was interested in the AB Ventus, and wondered about fit. I will be back on Spirit in a week or so to measure the stern locker, but for now, I'll go with any input from other 54 owners.

Thanks in advance. Jeff Kraus


Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54

Peter Forbes
 

Jeff,

I'm so glad you did the deal on Hollis/Spirit - congratulations. I am enjoying Carango #035 54 very much having bought in May this year.

I have a rib which is fine but I'm getting rid of it as I plan to sail oceans and when deflated it will not fit in the lazarette so I went to the Southampton boat show and of all those on display I chose a Zodiac 2.8 (I think) with an inflatable floor and an inflatable keel bag under the floor (5 compartments to blow up) but my Amel 54 has an air inflation electric pump. I think it is the ideal solution ad it fits in lazarette for big passage Salinger.

I guess it depends what your plans are.

I also got a solar arch which includes some integral davits so we can hoist the dinghy (rib or inflatable) across the stern. The solar arch was designed and fitted by a brilliant organisation called Emek Marin in Goçek Turkey ( where I am at the moment).

I hope that helps. Good luck with Spirit.

Peter
Peter Forbes
Amel 54 #035

07836 209730

On 13 Oct 2013, at 19:48, <jmkraus@...> wrote:

 

I recently purchased Joel's 54, "Hollis." She is now "Spirit." I'm proceeding slowly with additions to Spirit, and one of the first additions will be an RIB. I've done some preliminary homework, and thought I'd see if any 54 owners had input regarding their choices of one, and their thoughts on what RIB was the best fit. I was interested in the AB Ventus, and wondered about fit. I will be back on Spirit in a week or so to measure the stern locker, but for now, I'll go with any input from other 54 owners.

Thanks in advance. Jeff Kraus


Re: dinghy for a 54

Mark Erdos
 

Jeff,

 

Welcome to the group. Congratulations on your purchase. I doubt if there is an Amel anywhere in the entire world that was  mollycoddled like Hollis. You have a fine Amel.

 

As to your question, sorry, I can't help. We have a 53 so, we are skinnier in the stern. I just wanted to welcome you to the group.

 

Mark

SM2K #275

www.creampuff.us


Re: [Amel] RE: Parasailor

karkauai
 

Congratulations and welcome to the family Tadeja and Herbert.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Brunswick GA USA


On Oct 13, 2013, at 2:03 PM, <herbert@...> wrote:

 

Hello to all,


we are new to this group, we joined some days ago and after reading hundreds of messages (great information!) we try our first post :-)


this year we bought our Amel Santorin #120 "Kali Mera" in croatia. we plan to spend a year on the boat in 2014 and are preparing her now for this "adventure" - and because it is our first Amel a lot of questions pop up...


the previous owner equipped kali-mera with a parasailor but we do not like the way he fixed it at the bow (it creates a lot of stress to the rail at the bow) and we could not find a really good solution (4 lines, 2 at the bow). Does anyone has a parasailor on the santorin ? - can anyone explain how he fixed it and can eventually show some pictures?


thank you very much


tadeja und herbert,

santorin 120  kali mera



---In amelyachtowners@..., wrote:

John,

You are correct in that you could likely replace your main, mizzen, and genoa for less than the cost of a Parasailor. We replaced working sails on a late model Maramu for $8400 US a while back.

I don't see the rationale for a Parasailor on an Amel. The boats are usually set up with twins for downwind sailing which is far better than any spinnaker. I would go with a CLASS (cruisers light air sail solution) which is similar to what other sailmakers would call a cruising code zero. It's set from a foil-less furler and extremely easy to manage. It works through a wide range of wind angles. For situations where you are only sailing downwind for short periods of time during which you do not want to set the twins, the CLASS works well.

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "jonathan681684" wrote:
>
> I just got a quote from the French distributor, Voiles Jacana for a Parasailor. With a bag and Easysnuffer for my Santorin Ketch, they quote 125m2 for the area, and want Euros 7,200 inc VAT at 19.5%.
>
> Seems like a lot, I could purchase a complete set of cruising sails for that in Turkey. Any one on the group have a Parasailor, and could tell me what they paid ?
>
> Thanks
>
> John Stonier
> Santorin 143, Azimuth, Kas Turkey
>


Re: [Amel] dinghy for a 54

karkauai
 

Congratulations Jeff!  And welcome to the family.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Brunswick, GA USA


On Oct 13, 2013, at 12:48 PM, <jmkraus@...> wrote:

 

I recently purchased Joel's 54, "Hollis." She is now "Spirit." I'm proceeding slowly with additions to Spirit, and one of the first additions will be an RIB. I've done some preliminary homework, and thought I'd see if any 54 owners had input regarding their choices of one, and their thoughts on what RIB was the best fit. I was interested in the AB Ventus, and wondered about fit. I will be back on Spirit in a week or so to measure the stern locker, but for now, I'll go with any input from other 54 owners.

Thanks in advance. Jeff Kraus


Re: Parasailor

Herbert Lackner
 

Hello to all,


we are new to this group, we joined some days ago and after reading hundreds of messages (great information!) we try our first post :-)


this year we bought our Amel Santorin #120 "Kali Mera" in croatia. we plan to spend a year on the boat in 2014 and are preparing her now for this "adventure" - and because it is our first Amel a lot of questions pop up...


the previous owner equipped kali-mera with a parasailor but we do not like the way he fixed it at the bow (it creates a lot of stress to the rail at the bow) and we could not find a really good solution (4 lines, 2 at the bow). Does anyone has a parasailor on the santorin ? - can anyone explain how he fixed it and can eventually show some pictures?


thank you very much


tadeja und herbert,

santorin 120  kali mera



---In amelyachtowners@..., <dave_benjamin@...> wrote:

John,

You are correct in that you could likely replace your main, mizzen, and genoa for less than the cost of a Parasailor. We replaced working sails on a late model Maramu for $8400 US a while back.

I don't see the rationale for a Parasailor on an Amel. The boats are usually set up with twins for downwind sailing which is far better than any spinnaker. I would go with a CLASS (cruisers light air sail solution) which is similar to what other sailmakers would call a cruising code zero. It's set from a foil-less furler and extremely easy to manage. It works through a wide range of wind angles. For situations where you are only sailing downwind for short periods of time during which you do not want to set the twins, the CLASS works well.

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "jonathan681684" <jestonier@...> wrote:
>
> I just got a quote from the French distributor, Voiles Jacana for a Parasailor. With a bag and Easysnuffer for my Santorin Ketch, they quote 125m2 for the area, and want Euros 7,200 inc VAT at 19.5%.
>
> Seems like a lot, I could purchase a complete set of cruising sails for that in Turkey. Any one on the group have a Parasailor, and could tell me what they paid ?
>
> Thanks
>
> John Stonier
> Santorin 143, Azimuth, Kas Turkey
>


dinghy for a 54

JEFFREY KRAUS
 

I recently purchased Joel's 54, "Hollis." She is now "Spirit." I'm proceeding slowly with additions to Spirit, and one of the first additions will be an RIB. I've done some preliminary homework, and thought I'd see if any 54 owners had input regarding their choices of one, and their thoughts on what RIB was the best fit. I was interested in the AB Ventus, and wondered about fit. I will be back on Spirit in a week or so to measure the stern locker, but for now, I'll go with any input from other 54 owners.

Thanks in advance. Jeff Kraus


Re: [Amel] Imray Vs British Admiralty charts for the caribbean?

Bill & Judy Rouse <yahoogroups@...>
 

I think you may find Imray better in the Caribbean...seems to have more detail, more information and, to me, Imray color charts are easier to read.

Bill
BeBe


On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Christoph Hartung <Hartung@...> wrote:
 

Hello,
 
beside our plotter we use Imray charts, because they show more details close to the Islands.
We found the Guides from Chris Doyle "Leewards" and "Windwards Inslands" very useful.
 
A54, #59  FLOMAIDA II
Martinique
 

Von: amelyachtowners@... [amelyachtowners@...] im Auftrag von uster@... [uster@...]
Gesendet: Samstag, 12. Oktober 2013 15:40
An: amelyachtowners@...
Betreff: [Amel] Imray Vs British Admiralty charts for the caribbean?

 

In prevision of my trip, I am purchasing paper charts.  I have NGA and Britisth admirlaty for the Bahamas. 

For the caribbean I sample for a couple of island Imray and British Admiralty.  I tend to prefer British Admiralty which are more expensive, can I have opinion of the forum on which ones they prefer and why, and what other books, etc. they used.  Thanks in advance, sincerely, Alexandre

 

SM2K #289 NIKIMAT

Seabrook, Texas, USA



Re: [Amel] Super Maramu rear bumper

Sailorman <kimberlite@...>
 

Thanks

Eric

 

 


From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Ann-Sofie Svanberg
Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2013 5:29 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Super Maramu rear bumper

 

 

We used 291, but others could do as long as you can sand and paint it

 

/Ann-Sofie

Skickat från min iPad


12 okt 2013 kl. 09:43 skrev "Sailorman" <kimberlite@...>:

 

Hi,

What sikaflex did you use there seems to be a dozen products.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite

 

 


From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Ann-Sofie Svanberg
Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 4:05 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Super Maramu rear bumper

 

 

We renovated ours.

Sanded, filled small cracks with sicaflex and took a part of a flat fender to mend a bigger hole. Then we painted with a rubber paint from Ovatrol. Our bumper became as new.

 

/Ann-Sofie

Lady Annila, SM232

Present at Canarie Island



Skickat från min iPad


7 okt 2013 kl. 11:44 skrev "Richard03801" <richard03801@...>:

 

Hi Vite try sanding and painting it. That is a very costly part from Amel. 

Regards 

Richard Piller

 

Cell 603 767 5330


On Oct 6, 2013, at 8:58, <veitm@...> wrote:

 

Hello All:

Tried to search for this topic - no luck. We're thinking about replacing the rear bumper on our SM 215. Any tips on buying this from Amel or ?

Thankful for all tips.

Cheers,

Veit

ATMAN - SM215

Currently Herrington Harbor, MD


Re: [Amel] RE: Recommendation for Marine Surveyor in Fort Lauderdale area

Gene
 

Paul also did our sharki very professional



From: rossny@... <rossny@...>;
To: ;
Subject: [Amel] RE: Recommendation for Marine Surveyor in Fort Lauderdale area
Sent: Sat, Oct 12, 2013 9:05:06 PM

 

Hello Stephanie,


Joel Potter suggested we use Paul Anstey for our Maramu and he did a great job for us. I believe he has done hundreds of Amels and went right to everything on his extensive list teaching and showing us as he  went along.

We are planning to have him come again to Fort Lauderdale when the last things have been finished so our insurance company can raise the insured value. His contact info is 954-270-1949 and panstey@....


Welcome to the "family",

Best Regards,

Ross 



---In amelyachtowners@..., wrote:

 Hi All!
 
Hope this finds you all enjoying fair winds and following seas!
 
I need a reference for a marine surveyor, familiar with AMELs, and located in the
Fort Lauderdale/Miami/ So.FL geographic area to do a technical survey on our AMEL. 
I had asked Joel a few days ago but I am sure he must be very busy at the Annapolis
 Boat Shw, preferably not just showing AMELs but taking orders!
 
Many thanks!
Stephanie


Re: Recommendation for Marine Surveyor in Fort Lauderdale area

rossny@mail.com
 

Hello Stephanie,


Joel Potter suggested we use Paul Anstey for our Maramu and he did a great job for us. I believe he has done hundreds of Amels and went right to everything on his extensive list teaching and showing us as he  went along.

We are planning to have him come again to Fort Lauderdale when the last things have been finished so our insurance company can raise the insured value. His contact info is 954-270-1949 and panstey@....


Welcome to the "family",

Best Regards,

Ross 



---In amelyachtowners@..., <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:

 Hi All!
 
Hope this finds you all enjoying fair winds and following seas!
 
I need a reference for a marine surveyor, familiar with AMELs, and located in the
Fort Lauderdale/Miami/ So.FL geographic area to do a technical survey on our AMEL. 
I had asked Joel a few days ago but I am sure he must be very busy at the Annapolis
 Boat Shw, preferably not just showing AMELs but taking orders!
 
Many thanks!
Stephanie