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Santorin jib drive gear box service

Battaglini Ornella Barbara <ornella.battaglini@...>
 

Hello helpful readers,
we just made service to the outhaul of the boom.
Now we would make the same for the jib furler gearbox.
Questions:
1) we need to remove the headstay?
2) Has anyone the jib furler gearbox scheme?
3) Did anyone make service steps photos?
Suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks and fair winds
Ornella
Santorin 122 Earendil


Re: [Amel] Amel's new website

jlmertz@free.fr <jlmertz@...>
 

I just have a look on there web-site _It's NEW and under construction_,
I am sure they will add new pages....
jluc
CottonBay

Dave_Benjamin a écrit :

www.amel.fr

They have a new website up. Unfortunately there is less information
there than on the old one but it is better looking. There is
absolutely nothing about older model Amel's and precious little
information about the 54. So better graphics and less content. Maybe
they will expand on it a bit.

If anyone needs the old drawings of the Maramu that used to be on the
website I have copies on my hard drive.



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Amel's new website

Dave_Benjamin
 

www.amel.fr

They have a new website up. Unfortunately there is less information
there than on the old one but it is better looking. There is
absolutely nothing about older model Amel's and precious little
information about the 54. So better graphics and less content. Maybe
they will expand on it a bit.

If anyone needs the old drawings of the Maramu that used to be on the
website I have copies on my hard drive.


Re: [Amel] Insurance

Dave_Benjamin
 

Friends of mine in the surveying and insurance adjusting business are
not too impressed with Boat US insurance. I use them since the bank
and the marina insist on us having insurance and they are low cost
providers. I think there are some better choices out there if you are
really concerned with getting quality coverage.

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

Nope, I use BoatUS and they are great.

Crash

Windrush, '82 Mango hull 29



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Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 1:44 PM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Insurance



Does anyone have any experience with Allianz Yachting and Boating
(UK) Insurance?

Best,

Bill Rouse
s/v BeBe - SM2 #387
Gulf Harbour Marina for Cyclone Season in the South Pacific
Auckland, New Zealand







Re: [Amel] Insurance

BeyersWF
 

Nope, I use BoatUS and they are great.

Crash

Windrush, '82 Mango hull 29



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Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2008 1:44 PM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Insurance



Does anyone have any experience with Allianz Yachting and Boating
(UK) Insurance?

Best,

Bill Rouse
s/v BeBe - SM2 #387
Gulf Harbour Marina for Cyclone Season in the South Pacific
Auckland, New Zealand


Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

dlm48@...
 

Surely this is obvious IF you are going to heave to 99% times out of 100 that will be because of extreme conditions and you want a rest.? Of course there are other times like arriving overnight at an anchorage that you want to enter in daylight where you might wish to heave to.? But lets say you are sailing in F6/7/8 or more then you wont have a lot of sail up you will be well reefed - with sails set for these conditions - to heave to it is just a matter of tacking without tending to the foresail and adjusting the rudder position to keep the boat at a comfortable angle to the wind and seas. Actually the same will apply to the early arrival situation you dont adjust the sails from what was previously set - except as Bill explained if you are sailing in lighter winds with all or most of the Genoa out you 'may' need to roll away some of the Genoa to ensure that it cant chaff on any part of the boat when heaved to.

regards

David

-----Original Message-----
From: drdavegoodman <drdavegoodman@gmail.com>
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 12:47 am
Subject: Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

























Hey Richard

When you say you used a "short" headsail and short main, can you be a

little more specific. For example, did you use a storm headsail over

the regular headsail, or merely use a furled headsail. If furled,

approximately how many rolls, or perhaps what percentage length?

Thanks

Dave


Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

svbebe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Eric & John,

Let me add one thing to John Martin's explanation...Take care when
doing this with the poles rigged and hung on the rail. When the Genoa
"backwinds," it can chafe against the knuckle of the universal joint
between the short and long poles. The fix is to either remove the
pole, or to furl the Genoa enough to clear the knuckle on the pole.

I learned this the hard way.

Best,

Bill
s/v BeBe
Auckland, New Zealand for Cylone season

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, john martin <symoondog@...> wrote:


Eric, Whatever sails you have up in the wind you have is the right
sails. You are surely reefed down if you want to heave too. Simply
tack the boat over, do not release any sheets. As the bow goes through
the the wind, turn the wheel all the way the other way, lash it down
with a bungee cord,rope,whatever, go get a beer. The boat will make
about 1 1/2 to 2 knots, very quiet and calm. Ask your friend Roberto,
he was with me off the coast of Peru last year when we hove to for 30
hours. John "Moondog" SM 248

To: amelyachtowners@...: kimberlite@...: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 05:49:28
+0000Subject: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu



I am wondering how many people have had to heave to in
storm/hurricane force winds and what configuration you used in these
seas?fair windsericsm 376 Kimberlite





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Insurance

svbebe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Does anyone have any experience with Allianz Yachting and Boating
(UK) Insurance?

Best,

Bill Rouse
s/v BeBe - SM2 #387
Gulf Harbour Marina for Cyclone Season in the South Pacific
Auckland, New Zealand


Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

john martin <symoondog@...>
 

Eric, Whatever sails you have up in the wind you have is the right sails. You are surely reefed down if you want to heave too. Simply tack the boat over, do not release any sheets. As the bow goes through the the wind, turn the wheel all the way the other way, lash it down with a bungee cord,rope,whatever, go get a beer. The boat will make about 1 1/2 to 2 knots, very quiet and calm. Ask your friend Roberto, he was with me off the coast of Peru last year when we hove to for 30 hours. John "Moondog" SM 248

To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.comFrom: kimberlite@optonline.netDate: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 05:49:28 +0000Subject: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu



I am wondering how many people have had to heave to in storm/hurricane force winds and what configuration you used in these seas?fair windsericsm 376 Kimberlite





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[Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Volvo/Autoprop not making rated RPM..advice please

drdavegoodman
 

Hey Richard
I was thinking about getting the "Filter Boss" system to provide 2
fuel filters with quick change, pressure guage to the helm, etc.
Sounds like you essentially accomplished the same thing in your post
below. Did you check out the filter boss sytstem? And how well has
your system worked for you?
Dave

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

Hi, Also keep in mind that on the Volvo Penta TMD 22 the turbo
needs to run from time to time to stop in from carboning up.. if you
don't run the thing at something over 2700 from time to time you'll
be right back to no power... If changing the injectors was the issue
I'd also take a close look at how you are filtering the fuel... I
know that Volvo says to use a 10 üm pre filter however a 2 will
work. We use two filters that can be switched when one fills with
dirt without having to bleed the injectors... that way you change the
first filter and when number two goes well just change back... we
also added a Delco electric low pressure 12v pump to help the lift
pump.. to both the engine and gen set. They work well and are
cheep.. you can get them at any Delco parts store..
good luck
Richard and Joan on SM 209 in Genoa Italy..


Excessive Amel shipping costs

drdavegoodman
 

Hello all;
I recently asked Amel to send me a headsail fairlead pulley adjuster.
The part cost 87 euro, and the shipping was 85 euro! There was no
emergency to receive this part. I find this outrageous, and wonder if
anyone has been able get Amel to ship at moreasonable rates?
Thanks
Dave
SM #230


chain counter display

drdavegoodman
 

Hello all;
I have a chain counter display that has stopped functioning properly.
Rather than showing 00, it only shows a single 0 in the left hand digit
space, and does not count up or down consistently. This does this
whether or not the chain sensor is connected, so it does not appear to
be a sensor problem. I have dismantled and disassembled the display
and cannot find any obvious problem. Suggestions?
Dave
SM %230


Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

drdavegoodman
 

Hey Richard
When you say you used a "short" headsail and short main, can you be a
little more specific. For example, did you use a storm headsail over
the regular headsail, or merely use a furled headsail. If furled,
approximately how many rolls, or perhaps what percentage length?
Thanks
Dave


RYA/MCA coding

woodsdeborah_56 <woodsdeborah_56@...>
 

I wonder is there anyone on the site that has RYA/MCA coding for their
Maramu. It would be good to have a chat regarding the process if there
is .... Many thanks

Deb and John
Orion1 Maramu#42


Re: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?

Dave_Benjamin
 

Tyalaska makes a fitting we can install on the clews so we can release
the sail with a fid.

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "John and Anne Hollamby"
<annejohn@...> wrote:

Hello Dave,
It would work but it would get very exciting when you want to get it
down as there is no trip wire on the poles. You might join the ranks
of the non-stop round the world sailors!

Good luck, Anne and John, SM 319
----- Original Message -----
From: Dave_Benjamin
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 7:36 AM
Subject: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker
with twin poles?


Kind of tempted to take advantage of our twin poles and fly a
conventional spinnaker downwind. Anyone try it? Be pretty easy since
there would be no need to jibe a pole.






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Re: [Amel] Expulsion air avec generateur?

ferruccilorenzo <ferruccilorenzo@...>
 

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

__________________
I am not sure to have well understood your question,
what I can say to you is that on our SM2k the air extractor run's AND
MUST run if the generator OR the engine is in service.
JLM CottonBay Sm316
__________________

Thanks a lot for the answer!
I'm a little bit stupid, I'm Italian, I don't speak French but I had
in mind that the forum speak the same language of our boats :) so I've
post with an automatic convertitor!

You have understand my question; in fact, on my boat, the air
estractor doesn't work with the generator, it works only with the engine.
This evening I will check the green "electrical button" inside the
engine room; I hope to find them switched off…

Sorry for my uglt English, Lorenzo.


Re: [Amel] Expulsion air avec generateur?

jlmertz@free.fr <jlmertz@...>
 

Je ne suis pas certain d'avoir bien compris votre question,
ce que je peux vous dire c'est que sur notre SM2k l'extracteur d'air
fonctionne ET DOIT fonctionner si le générateur OU le moteur sont en
service.

JLM
CottonBay
Sm316
__________________
I am not sure to have well understood your question,
what I can say to you is that on our SM2k the air extractor run's AND
MUST run if the generator OR the engine is in service.
JLM CottonBay Sm316
__________________



ferruccilorenzo a écrit :

Buongiorno

Dateurs-moi des informations sur l'aspiration / expulsion de l'air du
compartiment moteur, juste avec le générateur et non pas sur le moteur?

Ils devraient passer de 2 places de droit? Au lieu de concert avec le
générateur ne tourne pas sur tout, pas de ventilateur!
Pouvez-vous donner?

Désolé pour les Français, Lorenzo. (SM2000 n ° 420)



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Re: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?

dlm48@...
 

Please!!!? it would be a matter of minutes to arrange a means of tripping the spinnaker surely you would be using the sheets and guys as normal.

Seems perfectly possible and easy to me NOT 100% sure what would be the advantage of using twin poles though.

You may as well hoist a yard and put on a square sail :-)? J Depp eat your heart out!!!? oh that IS Piratical :-)

regards

David

-----Original Message-----
From: John and Anne Hollamby <annejohn@melita.net.mt>
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 12:14 pm
Subject: Re: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?

























Hello Dave,

It would work but it would get very exciting when you want to get it down as there is no trip wire on the poles. You might join the ranks of the non-stop round the world sailors!



Good luck, Anne and John, SM 319

----- Original Message -----

From: Dave_Benjamin

To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 7:36 AM

Subject: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?



Kind of tempted to take advantage of our twin poles and fly a

conventional spinnaker downwind. Anyone try it? Be pretty easy since

there would be no need to jibe a pole.



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Re: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?

John and Anne Hollamby <annejohn@...>
 

Hello Dave,
It would work but it would get very exciting when you want to get it down as there is no trip wire on the poles. You might join the ranks of the non-stop round the world sailors!

Good luck, Anne and John, SM 319

----- Original Message -----
From: Dave_Benjamin
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 7:36 AM
Subject: {Disarmed} [Amel] anyone fly a conventional spinnaker with twin poles?


Kind of tempted to take advantage of our twin poles and fly a
conventional spinnaker downwind. Anyone try it? Be pretty easy since
there would be no need to jibe a pole.






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Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu

Giovanni TESTA
 

Hi Richard,
heaving did you fix the rudder? and if yes, how ? ..and the Autohelm heaving and running ?
thanks for your info
....fair winds!
Giovanni TESTA
EUTIKIA SM2K 428

----- Original Message -----
From: Richard Piller
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008 6:51 AM
Subject: Re: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu


Hi Eirc, we had to Heav to in the north Atlantic in 05. We used a short headsail and a short main with no issues. The winds were 40-60 kts for two days in seas as high as 35 feet. We laid off the wind and made very little head way but DID NOT slide back on the rudder.
Running down wind out of GIB in the same year we did drag about a 300 "U" shaped 3/4" line to keep us lined up with the seas that worked well too.
best wishes from Corsica Richard On Challenge SM 209

--- On Tue, 12/2/08, eric freedman <kimberlite@optonline.net> wrote:

> From: eric freedman <kimberlite@optonline.net>
> Subject: [Amel] Heaving to Super maramu
> To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2008, 12:49 AM
> I am wondering how many people have had to heave to in
> storm/hurricane
> force winds and what configuration you used in these seas?
> fair winds
> eric
> sm 376 KimberliteI






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