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Re: Deck Striping update

amelliahona <no_reply@...>
 

Hi Bill:
You are correct in that this is not your problem. I was the one who originally
came up with and posted the bright idea of mixing the colors to give
the nice Hershey Chocolate color. My paint did the same thing but it took about
2 years and went through several stages. It first turned black then took on a
black green sheen. My Polytrol also failed within a year. It first turned somewhat
clear white, then looked like a fleece or someone's bad sunburn peeling off. It
eventually complete flaked off leaving the deck and stripes none the worse for
wear and tear. It sure did look nice for 6 months or so.

I am sorry that my idea and posting led you down this path. I thought I posted
something on the color change but I don't recall for sure. I know that red
pigments oxidize more quickly than other colors and I suspect the red
colored paint is the culprit. I am wondering about using colored gelcoat next
time I do my stripes.

I am currently just living with my black/green stripes and will be back on the boat
in about a week after being absent for the last 6 months. I will let you know
what color the stripes are now.

Best, Gary Silver Amel SM2000 Hull 335 "Liahona" Antigua

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

All,

We used Interlux Brightside single part polyurethane paint to re-stripe our deck. We bought a quart of red, a quart of green, and a quart of white. We mixed the colors until we had an exact match to the chocolate and applied the paint with a striping wheel. The paint dried and looked great for about 2 months in New Zealand sun. After several months, the paint began to turn from chocolate to green. It is now green!

We are not sure what went wrong, but wanted to let you know that we regret NOT getting the color professionally color-matched.

THE PROBLEM
I do not believe it was the paint: Interlux Brightside
I do not believe it was the mixer: me
And I am absolutely sure it was not the striper: Judy

I guess for the time being we will blame it on the Kiwi's!

Best,

Bill
s/v BeBe, SM2, #387
currently Malaysia


Jabsco Mascerator Pump

svbebe <yahoogroups@...>
 

All,

I recently posted a Web Site Enquiry at http://www.jabscoshop.com/feedback/

I complained that the last two Mascerator Pump replacements lasted less than one year and failed. The failure occurred because of some sort of reaction between the stainless blade, retaining nut and stainless motor shaft that deteriorated the threads on the motor shaft. This caused the nut to loosen.

I suspect the nut is not stainless where the other two parts are stainless. I uploaded a photo of the shaft and nut in the "Head Service" folder in the photo section of this site. You should be able to view it at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1980087538/pic/list

In the feedback form I asked for 2 replacements. Jabsco responded promptly and asked for the failed pumps' serial numbers. I had the serial numbers and also sent them a copy of the purchase receipt for the two failed pumps and a photo of the failed threads and suspect nut.

Jabsco shipped two new pumps at no charge and freight free.

I was pleasantly surprised.

Best,

Bill
s/v BeBe, SM2, #387
currently Malaysia


Deck Striping update

svbebe <yahoogroups@...>
 

All,

We used Interlux Brightside single part polyurethane paint to re-stripe our deck. We bought a quart of red, a quart of green, and a quart of white. We mixed the colors until we had an exact match to the chocolate and applied the paint with a striping wheel. The paint dried and looked great for about 2 months in New Zealand sun. After several months, the paint began to turn from chocolate to green. It is now green!

We are not sure what went wrong, but wanted to let you know that we regret NOT getting the color professionally color-matched.

THE PROBLEM
I do not believe it was the paint: Interlux Brightside
I do not believe it was the mixer: me
And I am absolutely sure it was not the striper: Judy

I guess for the time being we will blame it on the Kiwi's!

Best,

Bill
s/v BeBe, SM2, #387
currently Malaysia


[Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE

svbebe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Chuck & Everyone,

In reading this thread it seems to me that no one has actually purchased a replacement.

I remain very interested in a response that specifies where an actual replacement has been purchased.

Chuck, it has been way to long...how are you?

Best,

Bill
s/v BeBe, SM2, #387
Bill"at"svbebe.com
currently Malaysia

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "william rahmig" <leonorebt@...> wrote:

Hello Chuck,
Been trying to contact you but no response. What is your current email address?
Bill leonore of sark


----- Original Message -----
From: usrey_chuck
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: 11/14/2009 9:12:57 AM
Subject: [Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE




Hello

My shower hose also broke and I wanted to replace it with one of the original style. I spent a lot of time searching internet sites, including the one from the faucet manufacture, but could not find the exact one. So, I gave up and ordered one from Amel. They sent me a stripped one similar to what I found in hardware stores and on the internet alone with a note that the original model was no longer available.

Best bet is to find a hose that has the same end fittings and buy it.

Take Care
Chuck
S/V Helen Louise
ASM30

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@> wrote:

The shower hose in one of my bathrooms is broken.

Has anybody renewed theirs? or knows of a source for it?

Thanks,

Horst - Puddleduck

Maramu No.168, 1985









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Re: [Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE

william rahmig <leonorebt@...>
 

Hello Chuck,
Been trying to contact you but no response. What is your current email address?
Bill leonore of sark

----- Original Message -----
From: usrey_chuck
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: 11/14/2009 9:12:57 AM
Subject: [Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE




Hello

My shower hose also broke and I wanted to replace it with one of the original style. I spent a lot of time searching internet sites, including the one from the faucet manufacture, but could not find the exact one. So, I gave up and ordered one from Amel. They sent me a stripped one similar to what I found in hardware stores and on the internet alone with a note that the original model was no longer available.

Best bet is to find a hose that has the same end fittings and buy it.

Take Care
Chuck
S/V Helen Louise
ASM30

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@...> wrote:

The shower hose in one of my bathrooms is broken.

Has anybody renewed theirs? or knows of a source for it?

Thanks,

Horst - Puddleduck

Maramu No.168, 1985





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Re: [Amel] Coppercoat anti-fouling

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Hi Martin, Yes, we have just had Pen Azen Coppercoated. She is SM no. 302, launched in June 2000. We had her treated by Symblast on the Hamble. Essentially, they sandblasted the antifouling off, leaving a very shiny gel coat which they then needed to abraid with a disc sander to get a good key. They then rolled on 4 coats of Coppercoat, an epoxy with 18% copper powder mixed in--they mix one litre at a time- and with the iron keel they took it back to shiny metal, treated the metal with its own epoxy ( several layers) and then coppercoated on top. We had it done in August , in dry weather. Symblast were very conscious of putting it on in the dry, though I think that Coppercoat themselves are a bit more relaxed. I did a fair amount of research before opting for Coppercoat. If you email them ( info@coppercoat.com) they give prompt and full answers Undoubtedly there were some horror stories in the earlier years amongst other firms ( with similar names) who didn't get the mix right and most of them have gone out of business as a result. However, Coppercoat do seem to have cracked it. The editor of Practical Boat Owner put it on her boat 10 years ago and swears by it--and her boat is only out of the water for 12 HOURS a year! She doesn't do anything to improve the surface, though you do hear of some who are in very polluted river waters who occasionally rub off a layer of slime. Coppercoat claim to have treated about 30,000 boats and when Oyster and Sunseeker are using their product that says a lot to me. See www.coppercoat.com Pen Azen is at Swanwick marina. She has only been back in the water for a couple of months, so its early days. Give me a buzz if you want to know more. My cel phone is 07870659844 Cheers, Ian and Judy Jenkins, Pen Azen, SM 302

To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
From: yachtcaduceus@yahoo.co.uk
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 16:07:49 +0000
Subject: [Amel] Coppercoat anti-fouling

When our Amel 54 was being built the yard declined to consider applying Coppercoat saying that it would invalidate their anti-osmosis guarantee.

Coppercoat appealed then as it does now, the thought of an antifouling that will last 10 years in most conditions has great appeal.

Our boat is currently in Ipswich amongst a glittering array of new Oyster yachts, and standing up to scrutiny particularly well. In discussion with the yard manager it came out that over 50% of new Oysters are being treated with Coppercoat, including the latest yacht built for the recently retired Chairman. On the basis that what is good for the Oyster should be good for the Amel does anyone out there have experience with Coppercoat and Amel yachts?

Regards,

Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007



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Re: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v

Robin Cooter <robincooter@...>
 

We did the same when we went over with our Santorin.   Went from Key West to Maine and never had a problem with the electrics.
 
Regards,
 
Robin Cooter
Santorin 004 - Belouga

--- On Sun, 22/11/09, kimberlite <kimberlite@optonline.net> wrote:


From: kimberlite <kimberlite@optonline.net>
Subject: RE: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Date: Sunday, 22 November, 2009, 18:05


 



We use a 50 amp usa bayonet plug and wire it using the blue hooked to the
red on the plug, the brown hooked to the black and the green to the green.
The white is not used.

This gives you 220 volts 60 cycles which works most of the items on the
boat.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite

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From: amelyachtowners@ yahoogroups. com
[mailto:amelyachtowners@ yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of Martin
Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2009 11:24 AM
To: amelyachtowners@ yahoogroups. com
Subject: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v

We intend to cross from Europe to the Caribbean with ARC 2010 and then to
cruise the Caribbean and during the summer of 2011 to travel up the east
coasts of the USA.

We have a standard European fitted Amel 54 that functions on 220v 50Hz.

I would be grateful for advice on how to cope with 110v and 60Hz assuming
that is possible, in order to take advantage of shore power during our vist
to the United States.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007

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spreader boots

WilliamR <leonorebt@...>
 

Hello all,
I have lost a boot on the stb main spreader and it hurts the genoa. I believe it just deterioated and would like to replace all 4 on the main mast. Can suitable ones be found in the states? Most I've seen are too small. Thoughts?

Bill Rahmig Leonore of Sark SM72


Rép. : [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v

Serge Tremblay <laetitiaii@...>
 

Hi Martin,
 
As a North american, i had the same problem, going back and forth between places where 110 acv 60 hz prevailed and Europe or the FWI where it was 220 acv 50 hz... Furthermore, being from a country where 110 is the norm, all my hand tools, including kitchen equipment were 110 and someone gave me a 110 clothewasher, to replace my rusted 220 machine.  
 
I installed a 220-110, 3500w transformer in the ac circuit, a ground protecting device for shore power, a 110 connection for the marinas and a master selector switch for the entry plugs.
 
The only problem encountered was a 220 water pump for my Siemen dishwasher, i replaced same with a DC water pump, activated by a relay.
 
When ac power is on, i have the two voltages and i have taken advantage of this in my earlier computer setup where prices for 220 equipment was higher than 110 as well as for other equipment such as a 110 micowave oven which was inexpensive here and a 220 micowave was not readily available.
 
However in recent years, many computer accessories run from a transformer-regulator capable of both 110 and 220, my 110 micowave broke down when i was in Spain in 2007 and was replaced with a 220 model.
 
My main battery 220 charger/inverter (Sterling, with which i replaced a 1000w Mastervolt charger/inverter) works well with this system, howevever, i do cutout the transformer, if the 110 is not required since the transformer does draw about 125 milli amp,  (about 25 watts), on the inverter even if 110 power is not required. I also have a variety of chargers for the PDA, the portable telephones, the VHF, the portable drills, the small battery chargers, some run on 110 others on 220 and they are disconnected when i am not on shore power and the charge is not needed.
 
As for the existing clothewasher, i saw an interesting 220 top loading model in Martinique with whhich i expect to replace the existing 110 machine. Not having connected the housing of the latter to the  general grounding circuit, the 10 year old machine is starting to rust and is less efficient than the newer machines.
 
I know that with a recent Amel you are not yet concerned with the aging of the electrical equipment, but with my experience you can see that having the choice of voltages does offer more than the opportunity to use 110 shore power at marinas.
 
BTW, when looking for transformers,  you will find models fully encapsulated in resin. They are well designed for marina operators or yachties installing same on a dock, but are bulky and seemed to be relatively expensive. My transformer is a simple one that i recoated with epoxyde paint, it is installed in the engine room, affixed to the partition wall of the pilot berth.
 
Hope to hear about your choice.
 
Serge , Mango 51

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--- En date de : Dim, 22.11.09, Martin <yachtcaduceus@yahoo.co.uk> a écrit :


De: Martin <yachtcaduceus@yahoo.co.uk>
Objet: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v
À: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Date: dimanche 22 Novembre 2009, 11 h 23


 



We intend to cross from Europe to the Caribbean with ARC 2010 and then to cruise the Caribbean and during the summer of 2011 to travel up the east coasts of the USA.

We have a standard European fitted Amel 54 that functions on 220v 50Hz.

I would be grateful for advice on how to cope with 110v and 60Hz assuming that is possible, in order to take advantage of shore power during our vist to the United States.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007









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Re: [Amel] Downwind sailing with a 54

Eric Freedman
 

Martin,

We purchased a heavy gennaker and sail it in 30 knots true down wind.

On crossing we had it up for 7 days straight.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite







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From: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Martin
Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2009 11:35 AM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Downwind sailing with a 54





I would be interested to receive feedback from other 54 owners in
particular, and other Amel owners in general, as to your experience with
trade wind, downwind, sailing and what other sail plan options that you may
have tried.

Unlike earlier Amel yachts the 54 does not have the Amel twin headsail
option, relying on the genoa, a single bearing out pole and a light weight
(15kts max) genaker.

We are usually sailing with only the two of us aboard and our options are
limited in respect of spinakers and the like, given the problems and risks
involved in handling in rising winds.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Re: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v

Eric Freedman
 

We use a 50 amp usa bayonet plug and wire it using the blue hooked to the
red on the plug, the brown hooked to the black and the green to the green.
The white is not used.

This gives you 220 volts 60 cycles which works most of the items on the
boat.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite





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From: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Martin
Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2009 11:24 AM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v





We intend to cross from Europe to the Caribbean with ARC 2010 and then to
cruise the Caribbean and during the summer of 2011 to travel up the east
coasts of the USA.

We have a standard European fitted Amel 54 that functions on 220v 50Hz.

I would be grateful for advice on how to cope with 110v and 60Hz assuming
that is possible, in order to take advantage of shore power during our vist
to the United States.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Re: [Amel] Coppercoat anti-fouling

Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@...>
 

I applied Coppercoat 2 seasons ago and sailed in Greek waters. Each season the boat was stationery in a marina for more than 2 months (July and August). In Thessaloniki, after a full 3 months, minor algal growth happened, easily scraped off. In Rethimno, 2 months, no growth. During both seasons there happened not a single barnacle. This November, when the boat was lifted out in Koilada, after a pressure wash everything was first class. I am happy with the result.

I cannot understand Amel in this respect. Coppercoat is an epoxy (with loads of copper powder), this should enhance any osmosis protection. I have seen 3 boats (not Amel quality), one after 5 years (needed small areas redoing) one with 8 (no growth), one with 9 (although perfect, they applied 2 more layers as they had the materials ready).

Horst - Puddleduck
Maramu No.168, 1985

P.S. I live in the Isle of Man





________________________________
From: Martin <yachtcaduceus@yahoo.co.uk>
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sun, 22 November, 2009 16:07:49
Subject: [Amel] Coppercoat anti-fouling


When our Amel 54 was being built the yard declined to consider applying Coppercoat saying that it would invalidate their anti-osmosis guarantee.

Coppercoat appealed then as it does now, the thought of an antifouling that will last 10 years in most conditions has great appeal.

Our boat is currently in Ipswich amongst a glittering array of new Oyster yachts, and standing up to scrutiny particularly well. In discussion with the yard manager it came out that over 50% of new Oysters are being treated with Coppercoat, including the latest yacht built for the recently retired Chairman. On the basis that what is good for the Oyster should be good for the Amel does anyone out there have experience with Coppercoat and Amel yachts?

Regards,

Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Re: [Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE

Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@...>
 

Thanks for that Mike, very much appreciated. Unfortunately I am in Europe and have no direct access to Home Depot; their internet access does not give connector sizes. Also, Amel being European, I would suspect that the hose connectors would be metric.

Horst




________________________________
From: mwestley47 <mwestley47@yahoo.com>
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sun, 22 November, 2009 5:39:47
Subject: [Amel] Re: SHOWER HOSE


Simple fix are RV shower hoses. Take your hoses to Home Depot and you'll find an option.

Mike Westley
SV Resolute

--- In amelyachtowners@ yahoogroups. com, Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@ ...> wrote:

The shower hose in one of my bathrooms is broken.

Has anybody renewed theirs? or knows of a source for it?

Thanks,

Horst - Puddleduck

Maramu No.168, 1985







Downwind sailing with a 54

Martin <yachtcaduceus@...>
 

I would be interested to receive feedback from other 54 owners in particular, and other Amel owners in general, as to your experience with trade wind, downwind, sailing and what other sail plan options that you may have tried.

Unlike earlier Amel yachts the 54 does not have the Amel twin headsail option, relying on the genoa, a single bearing out pole and a light weight (15kts max) genaker.

We are usually sailing with only the two of us aboard and our options are limited in respect of spinakers and the like, given the problems and risks involved in handling in rising winds.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Shore power supplies - 220v and 110v

Martin <yachtcaduceus@...>
 

We intend to cross from Europe to the Caribbean with ARC 2010 and then to cruise the Caribbean and during the summer of 2011 to travel up the east coasts of the USA.

We have a standard European fitted Amel 54 that functions on 220v 50Hz.

I would be grateful for advice on how to cope with 110v and 60Hz assuming that is possible, in order to take advantage of shore power during our vist to the United States.

Regards,
Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Coppercoat anti-fouling

Martin <yachtcaduceus@...>
 

When our Amel 54 was being built the yard declined to consider applying Coppercoat saying that it would invalidate their anti-osmosis guarantee.

Coppercoat appealed then as it does now, the thought of an antifouling that will last 10 years in most conditions has great appeal.

Our boat is currently in Ipswich amongst a glittering array of new Oyster yachts, and standing up to scrutiny particularly well. In discussion with the yard manager it came out that over 50% of new Oysters are being treated with Coppercoat, including the latest yacht built for the recently retired Chairman. On the basis that what is good for the Oyster should be good for the Amel does anyone out there have experience with Coppercoat and Amel yachts?

Regards,

Martin Bevan
Caduceus - Amel 54 No 56 2007


Re: [Amel] Re: Maramu Deck Light etc.

Richard Molony <rfmolony@...>
 

Mike,

Thanks for the response. I have it easy with the masts off. Does the bulb
have a screw base, a bayonet base, or is it push fit?

Richard

On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 12:37 AM, mwestley47 <mwestley47@yahoo.com> wrote:



Resolute is Maramu 138. If the deck light is similar to mine it is a bulb
captured in somewhat pliable houseing, sort of a stiff rubber. Work around
the bulb and the housing and the bulb can be coaxed out. My problem was that
there was barely enough slack in the wire to get the new bulb rewired. I
replace it in a botswain's chair, a real challenge.

Mike Westley
SV Resolute


--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com <amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>,
"rfmolony" <rfmolony@...> wrote:

I'm afraid that I have failed more of life's intelligence tests.

I have the masts off Maramu 91, Popeye now and can't figure out how to
disassemble and/or replace the bulb in the deck light that is riveted to the
leading edge of the main mast, just below the steaming light. Any advice
from someone who's been down this path would be appreciated.

Two of the clevis pins for the main mast standing rigging on the
starboard side have "clips" welded to them and line laced between the clips.
The welds look original. Any ideas as to what this might be for? I am about
to replace the turnbuckles and clevis pins along with the standing rigging
and would hate to invalidate some vital bit of gear.

The forestay is 8mm 1x19 which seems light to me if you do not have the
inner forestay attached and tensioned all the time. Does anyone have any
thoughts on this? Any downside to replacing it with 10mm?

Richard Molony
Popeye - Maramu 91


Re: SHOWER HOSE

mwestley47 <mwestley47@...>
 

Simple fix are RV shower hoses. Take your hoses to Home Depot and you'll find an option.

Mike Westley
SV Resolute

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, Horst Pause <horst.puddleduck@...> wrote:

The shower hose in one of my bathrooms is broken.

Has anybody renewed theirs? or knows of a source for it?

Thanks,

Horst - Puddleduck

Maramu No.168, 1985





[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Maramu Deck Light etc.

mwestley47 <mwestley47@...>
 

Resolute is Maramu 138. If the deck light is similar to mine it is a bulb captured in somewhat pliable houseing, sort of a stiff rubber. Work around the bulb and the housing and the bulb can be coaxed out. My problem was that there was barely enough slack in the wire to get the new bulb rewired. I replace it in a botswain's chair, a real challenge.

Mike Westley
SV Resolute

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

I'm afraid that I have failed more of life's intelligence tests.

I have the masts off Maramu 91, Popeye now and can't figure out how to disassemble and/or replace the bulb in the deck light that is riveted to the leading edge of the main mast, just below the steaming light. Any advice from someone who's been down this path would be appreciated.

Two of the clevis pins for the main mast standing rigging on the starboard side have "clips" welded to them and line laced between the clips. The welds look original. Any ideas as to what this might be for? I am about to replace the turnbuckles and clevis pins along with the standing rigging and would hate to invalidate some vital bit of gear.

The forestay is 8mm 1x19 which seems light to me if you do not have the inner forestay attached and tensioned all the time. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? Any downside to replacing it with 10mm?

Richard Molony
Popeye - Maramu 91


Winch Spares

rfmolony <rfmolony@...>
 

For information.

I had terrible trouble obtaining spares for the Lewmar 48ST genoa winches on Popeye. Washers were missing or damaged. All US avenues, including Lewmar, failed.

"winchspares.com" based in the UK had what I needed, and even shipped them before we had worked out how to send the money. They claim to be able to make whatever you need if they do not have it in stock.

My experience with them was excellent. I have no connection with them, I hasten to add, beyond being a very satisfied customer.

Richard Molony
Popeye - Maramu 91