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Re: Multiplexer Wi-Fi

Dominique Sery
 

Hello,
il connected my hydra 2000 (without jonction box) to a Miniplex wifi and it works fine
if i remember, the nmea out are terminals 11, 12, 13

11 nmea out -
12 nmea out +
13 ground
with the covid i can’t go to my boat to have a look...

Dominique


Re: Multiplexer Wi-Fi

JOSE PRIETO
 

Hi Slavko,

Thanks for your advice and the docs.
I new the docs you sent me, but my problem is that I don’t have the B&G connection box installed, so, there’s no cables ready for NMEA 0183 out connection available on the system. I have the B&G processor device (on back of the rack) from and to the instruments, transducers and the hydra 2000 are connected. I want to know from where I can “steal” the NMEA 0183 signal. See the picture attached.
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Jose Prieto
SV Wayag, SM 323
Currently Alicante, Spain


Re: Curtain Sizes for SM2000

Ross Hickey & Donna Hammond
 

Hi Victor we would be very interested in your curtains as we really like them and wish to keep them on our Amel.

We are currently located in Turkey

Kind regards
Ross and Donna
southernadvenrurer@... 
SV Intrepid Kiwi 
SM2K #356

On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 11:43 am, VICTOR MOLERO <victor.moleroxx@...> wrote:

We have just replaced the curtains (for decoration purposes) and the old ones are in very good conditions. I am happy so give them to anyone who may want them. Contact me in private if anyone wants them.
Victor 
SM314 Alendoy


Re: Multiplexer Wi-Fi

Slavko Despotovic
 

Hi Jose,

I have done that. Please see attached file. if you need more help please contact me. 



regards,

Slavko
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Slavko
SM 2000
#279 Bonne Anse in Portoroz


Multiplexer Wi-Fi

JOSE PRIETO
 

I'm trying to make a Wi-Fi network from the original electronic equipment on my SM year 2001. Can someone help me know where to get the NMEA 0183 signal from Hydra 2000?  on the back cover of the hydra 2000 there is no other outlet, except the connector that goes to the processor.  I don't have the connection box installed.
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Jose Prieto
SV Wayag, SM 323
Currently Alicante, Spain


Re: AMEL Group Insurance -- Update?

VICTOR MOLERO
 

I am now in the Mediterranean, but thinking about the Caribean for the coming year, so please, put me in the list as well.
Victor 
SM314 Alendoy


Re: Curtain Sizes for SM2000

VICTOR MOLERO
 

We have just replaced the curtains (for decoration purposes) and the old ones are in very good conditions. I am happy so give them to anyone who may want them. Contact me in private if anyone wants them.
Victor 
SM314 Alendoy


Re: Forward Looking Sonar

Ken Powers SV Aquarius <ken@...>
 

Hi Nick,

Hope Rascal is treating you well.  The previous owners of Rascal went through the Panama Canal with us aboard Aquarius!  From what I saw of Rascal in Panama, you have a wonderful Amel!

All the best,

Ken
Aquarius SM2K#262


Re: Forward Looking Sonar

Ken Powers SV Aquarius <ken@...>
 
Edited

We have a Professional transducer, you can tell by the color.   Bigger is better, that is what I heard.

Ken


Re: Watermaker #photo-notice

Arno Luijten
 

FWIW:

The chance the oil will find its way to the membranes is very small as the pressure gauge is way downstream relative to the membranes. At the control panel there is no connection between the salt water flow and the product water flow.

Regards,

Arno Luijten
SV Luna
A54-121


Re: great source for watermaker membranes.

Slavko Despotovic
 

Hi Eric,

I am just in process of ordering membranes for my D60 dessalator. The price of SW30-2540 on the site you have in your mail is very affordable. What is your experience with them. I would need membranes in Slovenia, EU.

Regards,
--
Slavko
SM 2000
#279 Bonne Anse in Portoroz


Re: Forward Looking Sonar

Slavko Despotovic
 

Hi Ken,

what type of the Transducer do you have? Professional or Standard? There is a difference in hole diameter. One is 60mm and other is 45mm for Standard.

Thank you for answer.
--
Slavko
SM 2000
#279 Bonne Anse in Portoroz


Re: Parasailor on A54

Porter McRoberts
 

Awesome description and setup Scott. Thank you. I think we will change a bit of how we set up our asymmetric based on your tips. And agree, the soft shackles are super helpful as well as a lot of blocks and fairleads 

Appreciated 

Porter McRoberts 
S/V IBIS A54-152 Rangiroa
WhatsApp:+1 754 265 2206
Www.fouribis.net

On Feb 15, 2021, at 8:04 AM, CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...> wrote:


If anyone wants to buy one for a deep discount from the original price, contact Dimitris Krasopoulos <dkrasopoulos"at"gmail.com>. The last time I talked to him, he wanted to sell his ParaSailor, used only a few times.

Bill
CW Bill Rouse Amel Owners Yacht School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
View My Training Calendar


On Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM Scott SV Tengah <Scott.nguyen@...> wrote:
Stefan,

We do like it. - the size seems to be about right. We can sail at windspeeds where before, the motor would definitely come on. On the other end, we had a situation at night in an area with low forecasted CAPE and of course a squall hit and we saw over 30 knots apparent.I made the decision to just keep the parasailor up rather than risk crew going forward to try to wrestle it down. No damage or difficulty steering whatever. We just flew along at 9-10 knots.

The motion is MUCH improved over the wing on wing setup. The only downside is setting it up can be more work than the wing on wing. I just bought the ATN tacker and will try that out next time we fly it. Joerg seems to love the ATN, so I have high hopes.



On Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 2:31 PM Stefan Schaufert <mail@...> wrote:
Hi Scott,

regarding the size of your Parasailor.
Are you satisfied with it? Or do you recommend different size?

Btw, the little welded loops far forward on the life rails, circled in blue, are - on my opinion - for connecting a belt as a safety element for the seat / your wife :-) / not falling out forward.
Mine made a kind of webbing for it - see attached.

Best regards
Stefan
A541#119 Lady Charlyette, currently Exumas

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--
Scott 
2007 A54 #69
SV Tengah
http://www.svtengah.com


Re: Climma Air Conditioning from shore power

Andrew & Kate Lamb
 

Hi Peter

Is you boat 230v circuit and generator a 50hz system?

Andrew
SM472
Canet-en-roussillon


From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> on behalf of eric freedman <kimberlite@...>
Sent: Monday, February 15, 2021 8:29:26 PM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Climma Air Conditioning from shore power
 

Hello Peter,

Would you be so kind as to send me this wiring diagram as a JPG.

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Peter de Groot
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2021 5:44 PM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Climma Air Conditioning from shore power

 



Greetings,
I’m hoping someone has run into this before, and can shed some light.  I have the feeling the answer is staring me right in the face and I just can’t see it.

For 3 years of owning la Querida SM#207 I’ve always run the heaters and Air Conditioning from generator power.  The marina where I was berthed only offered a 30A 120VAC circuit.  Now that we’re in Mexico, we’ve had occasion to run the water heater and Air Conditioning from shore power.  It has not gone well.  Upon plugging into shore power the breaker on the side of the 220VAC load center in the galley immediately tripped.  Mind you this is North American 220(230) VAC with two hot legs and no neutral.  Together with an electrician we found the offending circuit and disconnected the blue (normally neutral) wire and all circuits worked except the Climma air conditioning.  Restoring that connection A to B in the diagram above, the Air conditioning works being powered from the generator.  However the main breaker trips immediately when connected to shore power.  Power feed “1” comes off the main power distribution, no circuit separate circuit breaker.  Power feed “2” comes off the “Climma” individual breaker on the Amel Panel.

Measuring voltage from “B” to a brown junction point reads 125VAC.  From “B” to a blue wire junction point (normally neutral) also reads about 125 VAC.  “B” to ground is open.

The electrician did his work three ports ago (and we were sailing the next day) when our priority was to get the hot water heater to work without bothering the neighbors with generator noise and exhaust.  Now our priority is getting the air conditioning working from shore power.  We’re much further south and the cabin is a sauna most evenings.  The previous owner was on board for a week in Zihuatenejo and reiterated he was able to run all circuits (including the air conditioning) from shore power.  He also did his cruising in Mexico with 2 hot leg 230VAC power.

Any tips or similar past experience/solutions would be welcome.

Peter de Groot
la Querida, SM#207
now in Barra de Navidad
(just back from Ixtapa where the mosquitoes forced us to close the hatches making the problem worse)


Re: Climma Air Conditioning from shore power

Eric Freedman
 

Hello Peter,

Would you be so kind as to send me this wiring diagram as a JPG.

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Peter de Groot
Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2021 5:44 PM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Climma Air Conditioning from shore power

 



Greetings,
I’m hoping someone has run into this before, and can shed some light.  I have the feeling the answer is staring me right in the face and I just can’t see it.

For 3 years of owning la Querida SM#207 I’ve always run the heaters and Air Conditioning from generator power.  The marina where I was berthed only offered a 30A 120VAC circuit.  Now that we’re in Mexico, we’ve had occasion to run the water heater and Air Conditioning from shore power.  It has not gone well.  Upon plugging into shore power the breaker on the side of the 220VAC load center in the galley immediately tripped.  Mind you this is North American 220(230) VAC with two hot legs and no neutral.  Together with an electrician we found the offending circuit and disconnected the blue (normally neutral) wire and all circuits worked except the Climma air conditioning.  Restoring that connection A to B in the diagram above, the Air conditioning works being powered from the generator.  However the main breaker trips immediately when connected to shore power.  Power feed “1” comes off the main power distribution, no circuit separate circuit breaker.  Power feed “2” comes off the “Climma” individual breaker on the Amel Panel.

Measuring voltage from “B” to a brown junction point reads 125VAC.  From “B” to a blue wire junction point (normally neutral) also reads about 125 VAC.  “B” to ground is open.

The electrician did his work three ports ago (and we were sailing the next day) when our priority was to get the hot water heater to work without bothering the neighbors with generator noise and exhaust.  Now our priority is getting the air conditioning working from shore power.  We’re much further south and the cabin is a sauna most evenings.  The previous owner was on board for a week in Zihuatenejo and reiterated he was able to run all circuits (including the air conditioning) from shore power.  He also did his cruising in Mexico with 2 hot leg 230VAC power.

Any tips or similar past experience/solutions would be welcome.

Peter de Groot
la Querida, SM#207
now in Barra de Navidad
(just back from Ixtapa where the mosquitoes forced us to close the hatches making the problem worse)


Re: Parasailor on A54

Wolfgang Weber <webercardio@...>
 

Hello to the group,
This is the recommendation for my Amel 54 which I received last  year from Sven Mohr /Oxley sail :

Levante 18.50 mit dem 18m Twinlinesnuffer
Or
Bora 18.70 mit 19m Twinlinesnuffer .
You may download dimension and price list.
The other company is ISTEC ( first on market ) with Thomas Wibberenz.
They both made for our club an amazing zoom meeting for the TRANS-OCEAN.org .
Perhaps we should ask them for a meeting with the Amel group.
Sorry, there is no youtube or recording of this meeting.
Wolfgang Weber SY Elise Amel 54 #162




Re: AMEL Group Insurance -- Update?

Jose Venegas
 

Bill
I am also looking for insurance
Currently in Cartagena but planning to make it to the Pacific this or next year
Please pot me in the list

José Venegas
Ipanema SM2000 278


Re: Parasailor on A54

 

If anyone wants to buy one for a deep discount from the original price, contact Dimitris Krasopoulos <dkrasopoulos"at"gmail.com>. The last time I talked to him, he wanted to sell his ParaSailor, used only a few times.

Bill
CW Bill Rouse Amel Owners Yacht School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
View My Training Calendar


On Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM Scott SV Tengah <Scott.nguyen@...> wrote:
Stefan,

We do like it. - the size seems to be about right. We can sail at windspeeds where before, the motor would definitely come on. On the other end, we had a situation at night in an area with low forecasted CAPE and of course a squall hit and we saw over 30 knots apparent.I made the decision to just keep the parasailor up rather than risk crew going forward to try to wrestle it down. No damage or difficulty steering whatever. We just flew along at 9-10 knots.

The motion is MUCH improved over the wing on wing setup. The only downside is setting it up can be more work than the wing on wing. I just bought the ATN tacker and will try that out next time we fly it. Joerg seems to love the ATN, so I have high hopes.



On Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 2:31 PM Stefan Schaufert <mail@...> wrote:
Hi Scott,

regarding the size of your Parasailor.
Are you satisfied with it? Or do you recommend different size?

Btw, the little welded loops far forward on the life rails, circled in blue, are - on my opinion - for connecting a belt as a safety element for the seat / your wife :-) / not falling out forward.
Mine made a kind of webbing for it - see attached.

Best regards
Stefan
A541#119 Lady Charlyette, currently Exumas



--
Scott 
2007 A54 #69
SV Tengah
http://www.svtengah.com


Re: Parasailor on A54

Scott SV Tengah
 

Stefan,

We do like it. - the size seems to be about right. We can sail at windspeeds where before, the motor would definitely come on. On the other end, we had a situation at night in an area with low forecasted CAPE and of course a squall hit and we saw over 30 knots apparent.I made the decision to just keep the parasailor up rather than risk crew going forward to try to wrestle it down. No damage or difficulty steering whatever. We just flew along at 9-10 knots.

The motion is MUCH improved over the wing on wing setup. The only downside is setting it up can be more work than the wing on wing. I just bought the ATN tacker and will try that out next time we fly it. Joerg seems to love the ATN, so I have high hopes.



On Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 2:31 PM Stefan Schaufert <mail@...> wrote:
Hi Scott,

regarding the size of your Parasailor.
Are you satisfied with it? Or do you recommend different size?

Btw, the little welded loops far forward on the life rails, circled in blue, are - on my opinion - for connecting a belt as a safety element for the seat / your wife :-) / not falling out forward.
Mine made a kind of webbing for it - see attached.

Best regards
Stefan
A541#119 Lady Charlyette, currently Exumas



--
Scott 
2007 A54 #69
SV Tengah
http://www.svtengah.com


Re: AMEL Group Insurance -- Update?

karkauai
 

There is a small group of us that are looking at group insurance options again. We have a group member now who has experience with this who is taking the lead.  Rather than get everyobe involved now, we are going to see what we can put together first, then present it to the group. A new poll should be going out in the near future, I hope everyone will complete it so we have a good understanding of what interest there is, and what owners are looking for.
--
Kent & Iris
KRISTY
SM243

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