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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Windscreen Salt

Ann-Sofie Svanberg <kanalmamman@...>
 

How ever you solve it. The most important is that you use a LOT of water to rinse the salt crystals away. They make terrible scratches on the windows.

We have a window cleaner with sponge and rubber, on a long stick. But the most effective way is to send someone out with a bucket, sponge and sore skin to wipe it clean.

 

/Ann-Sofie, S/Y Lady Annila, SM 232, 1998

 

 

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Ämne: [Amel Yacht Owners] Windscreen Salt

 

 

Harmonie is the first boat I have sailed where the primary view from the helm forward is in under the dodger and through the windows.  I do love the arrangement.  The canvas part of our dodger easily folds down in 5 seconds, instantly transforming the cockpit's "look and feel". It comes down on a quiet night sail to enjoy the stars, or when we are in a close quarters situation so I can stand and see all round.  But sometimes....

 

I am sure everyone here recognizes this scenario:  A beautiful sailing day, on a close reach or beat. It is sunny and warm.  Every few minutes a light spray is thrown up by the bow.  The only problem is whatever water hits the windscreen evaporates in a few seconds, leaving salt behind.  Within a half hour, you can't see ANYTHING.

 

Anybody have a favorite technique for reducing the problem short of sending crew out on deck hosing down with fresh water every 15 minutes?  We have had some very limited success with the Rain-X formulation specifically for plastic helping the water to run off, but not great.  

 

Bill Kinney

SM#160, Harmonie

Greater St James Is, USVI.

 


Insurance

Courtney Gorman
 

Hi all,
I am in the process of getting insurance for an Amel 54 and was wondering what owners were paying for this coverage for a 54.  I read the older posts about pros and cons of different policies and coverages but was looking for a ball park figure.
Thank you for your replies
Courtney Gorman
future s/v Trippin'




Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Windscreen Salt

John Clark
 

Hi Bill,
the previous owners of my boat fabricated a sponge on a stick apparatus for wiping the glass from inside the cockpit.  Not glamorous i agree, but is helps.  I am experimenting with the Starbright polish with the PTFE additive.  Will let you know.

                Regards,  John

Vent de Soleil SM 37
Great Bay, St. Maarten

On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 9:30 AM, greatketch@... [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:
 

Harmonie is the first boat I have sailed where the primary view from the helm forward is in under the dodger and through the windows.  I do love the arrangement.  The canvas part of our dodger easily folds down in 5 seconds, instantly transforming the cockpit's "look and feel". It comes down on a quiet night sail to enjoy the stars, or when we are in a close quarters situation so I can stand and see all round.  But sometimes....


I am sure everyone here recognizes this scenario:  A beautiful sailing day, on a close reach or beat. It is sunny and warm.  Every few minutes a light spray is thrown up by the bow.  The only problem is whatever water hits the windscreen evaporates in a few seconds, leaving salt behind.  Within a half hour, you can't see ANYTHING.


Anybody have a favorite technique for reducing the problem short of sending crew out on deck hosing down with fresh water every 15 minutes?  We have had some very limited success with the Rain-X formulation specifically for plastic helping the water to run off, but not great.  


Bill Kinney

SM#160, Harmonie

Greater St James Is, USVI.



Windscreen Salt

greatketch@...
 

Harmonie is the first boat I have sailed where the primary view from the helm forward is in under the dodger and through the windows.  I do love the arrangement.  The canvas part of our dodger easily folds down in 5 seconds, instantly transforming the cockpit's "look and feel". It comes down on a quiet night sail to enjoy the stars, or when we are in a close quarters situation so I can stand and see all round.  But sometimes....


I am sure everyone here recognizes this scenario:  A beautiful sailing day, on a close reach or beat. It is sunny and warm.  Every few minutes a light spray is thrown up by the bow.  The only problem is whatever water hits the windscreen evaporates in a few seconds, leaving salt behind.  Within a half hour, you can't see ANYTHING.


Anybody have a favorite technique for reducing the problem short of sending crew out on deck hosing down with fresh water every 15 minutes?  We have had some very limited success with the Rain-X formulation specifically for plastic helping the water to run off, but not great.  


Bill Kinney

SM#160, Harmonie

Greater St James Is, USVI.


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

Jacob Champness
 

Thanks!


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

sailormon <kimberlite@...>
 

Ask for Ral,

He is the head of the machine shop. He will tell you where to get it if he does not have some in his shop.

Or possibly a flat piece of delrin. I think the fiberglass sheet stock would be better.

Just get some spare material for a spare.

 

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2017 8:52 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: RE: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

 

 

Oh sure.  What's a good place for that?  Still FKG?

 

Jacob Champness

Maramu 202 - Lark

St. Martin

 


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

Jacob Champness
 

Oh sure.  What's a good place for that?  Still FKG?

Jacob Champness

Maramu 202 - Lark

St. Martin



Re: Raymarine A3G AST -Drive Stopped

sailor63109@...
 

After working on my self-steering gear failure, I thought I would put some info in the "Files" section.  If you see anything I could improve on, or that is in error, please let me know.

===========================================================================

For future reference the way to trouble shoot the Raymarine S3G on the Super Maramu with two steering motors (and other self steering products I suspect):

If the self-steering isn't working it's either the:
-Rudder Sensor
-Fluxgate Compass
-Drive Motors (the SM has a rotary drive over the sink, and a linear drive in the aft cabin on the rudder quadrant)
-Course Computer (Raymarine S3G in my case)
-Clutch

====Alarm Messages
-Note that the Raymarine "SmartPilot Series Commissioning Guide" has the list of "Alarm Messages" in Chapter 4 with their likely cause.

====General Checks
-Check for a blown fuse in the S3G Course Computer (above sink screwed to bulkhead, remove the lower door by  rotating the locking screw in the middle by 90 degrees).  In the S3G there should be spare fuses on the upper left under the lower door.
-Check that the rudder sensor is firmly attached to the boat (under the aft bunk attached to the rudder quadrant),
-Check that you have power to the S3G with a voltmeter on the larger wires labeled "Power".  If your batteries are low the S3G may not function properly.

====To determine if it's a drive motor:
-this is especially suspect if one drive motor works and the other doesn't.  If you only have one, might as well check this.  I understand motor brushes are a frequent source of problems as are drive belts.  Sometimes the dust from the motor brushes causes problems for the motor that results in failure to engage.
-turn off the breaker to the self-steering
-check with a voltmeter that there is no voltage on the power wires
-disconnect the "Power" wires in the S3G Course Computer (they are clearly labled) (take note which color wire is port and which is stbd)
-disconnect the "Motor" wires in the S3G Course Computer (clearly labeled) (take note which color wire is port and which is stbd)
-connect a "Power" wire to a "Motor" wire, repeat for the other "Power" and "Motor" wire.  I used a battery cable connector (shaped like a clothes pin).  You could also use electrical tape.  Be sure the positive and negative wires are separated and cannot make contact.
-turn the self-steering breaker on.  One motor should run.  Note that the clutch will not engage (because you disconnected the power to the S3G) so the wheel won't turn, but you should hear the motor run if it's working properly.
-turn the breaker off, and switch the A/B switch to the other drive.  Turn the breaker back on, and the other motor should run without the clutch engaged as above.
-if one of the motors doesn't run, it has a problem.

====To determine if it's a clutch:
-If the self-steering will not hold the wheel still when you press "AUTO" on the Control Head, it's the clutch.
-The Raymarine clutch is 12 volts, be sure to check that the fuse is in the 12V position.  If not you may have a burned out clutch.

====To determine if it's the Rudder Sensor:
-with the breaker on, turn the wheel back and forth.  You should see the rudder position indicator on the Control Head (at the helm) change accordingly.  If it doesn't it may be the problem.

====To determine if it's the Course Computer:
-if the problem occurred regardless of which drive motor was selected by the A/B switch; and
-the clutch engages and holds the wheel; and
-if the "drive motor test" above showed both motors run, then it's likely the Course Computer.  
-One other test is to: turn on the breaker for the autopilot; put your voltmeter test leads on the "MOTOR" wires; and have someone else hit "+10" at least three times; observe your voltmeter continuously.  If no voltage is output to the "MOTOR" wires, then the problem is the Course Computer.  If voltage is output (it could be intermittent and that would not signify a problem) then the problem may not be the Course Computer.
-I'm told the Raymarine X30 is the next gen replacement for the S3G and that it's a drop-in replacement. 
-Dan Gerhardt c250"at"mydurango"dot"net has repaired course computers for several people.  He may have replacement course computers available.

====Fluxgate Compass
-This one I'm not sure about, but if the problem was with the Fluxgate Compass, you would probably have an errant compass reading on the Control Head.

====Alarm Messages
-Note that the Raymarine "SmartPilot Series Commissioning Guide" has the list of "Alarm Messages" in Chapter 4 with their likely cause.



---In amelyachtowners@..., <dancarlson367@...> wrote :

Hi Duane,  

I just replaced my S3G with a used X30 from Craigslist and it is working smoothly.  The mounting holes are about 2cm closer together so you need to drill a new mountin hole.  The bis for connectin tje wiring is much better on the X30.  I will send the old S3G to Dan to rehab and serve as a spare.

Regards, Dan Carlson
Sm#387, sv BeBe



On Sun, Apr 30, 2017 at 6:54 AM, sailor63109@... [amelyachtowners]
<amelyachtowners@...> wrote:
 

Hi Bill,


I guess I wasn't clear, I meant the Autopilot would not turn the wheel while on "Auto".  The clutch engages but the Autopilot won't turn the wheel in response to "+10".

I've been in contact with Dan G.  He suggested I disconnect the power and motor wires from the S3G and hook them up directly to be sure the motors on the drives were still operational.  I used the breaker to turn them on and off, and both motors work.  Running the motor this way the clutch does not engage (because the S3G has no power), but you know the motors work.

He doesn't have a spare S3G, but does have an X30.  It sounds like the X30 would be "plug and play" so if the S3G doesn't work I have a good way to go.

Thanks for your help,
Duane


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

sailormon <kimberlite@...>
 

Jacob,

I would go with a solid piece of fiberglass , I am sure you can find a scrap in Cole Bay.

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2017 9:55 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

 

 

Thanks Eric.

 

I think I'll make a replacement from a little block of plywood wrapped in glass and epoxy and sanded down to size.  Either that or have one machined to match from aluminum over at FKG.  Olivier says it was not intended as a weak piece so I guess aluminum would be ok.

 

Jacob Champness

Maramu 202 - Lark

St. Martin

 


Re: Maramu mainsail furling issues

Jacob Champness
 

Thanks Eric.

I think I'll make a replacement from a little block of plywood wrapped in glass and epoxy and sanded down to size.  Either that or have one machined to match from aluminum over at FKG.  Olivier says it was not intended as a weak piece so I guess aluminum would be ok.

Jacob Champness

Maramu 202 - Lark

St. Martin



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Raymarine A3G AST -Drive Stopped

Dan Carlson
 

Hi Duane,  

I just replaced my S3G with a used X30 from Craigslist and it is working smoothly.  The mounting holes are about 2cm closer together so you need to drill a new mountin hole.  The bis for connectin tje wiring is much better on the X30.  I will send the old S3G to Dan to rehab and serve as a spare.

Regards, Dan Carlson
Sm#387, sv BeBe



On Sun, Apr 30, 2017 at 6:54 AM, sailor63109@... [amelyachtowners]
wrote:
 

Hi Bill,


I guess I wasn't clear, I meant the Autopilot would not turn the wheel while on "Auto".  The clutch engages but the Autopilot won't turn the wheel in response to "+10".

I've been in contact with Dan G.  He suggested I disconnect the power and motor wires from the S3G and hook them up directly to be sure the motors on the drives were still operational.  I used the breaker to turn them on and off, and both motors work.  Running the motor this way the clutch does not engage (because the S3G has no power), but you know the motors work.

He doesn't have a spare S3G, but does have an X30.  It sounds like the X30 would be "plug and play" so if the S3G doesn't work I have a good way to go.

Thanks for your help,
Duane


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease/Amel 55/54 designers

svperegrinus@yahoo.com
 

On magazine articles of the era, the 54 is attributed to "Amel Design Team."  It is great to have Joel's confirmation of the people who conformed the team!

With regard to the 55, etc., here in Europe one often comes across anchorages or marinas that include Super Maramus, 54s, 55s, and, from time to time, 64s.  These boats, being mostly in the same LOA range, usually moor in proximity.  The family genetics are absolutely there and are unmistakable.  The basic template is clearly the same.

Beyond mere looks, which on Amel are all evolutions around the same successful ideas, it bears highlighting Steve Job's quote: «It's not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.»  

An Amel 55 works like all other Amel cruising boats going back to the Amel Euros 39 of 1967, only updated.

Cheerio,


Peregrinus
SM2K Nr. 350 - 2002
At anchor, Nicopolis (Ambracian Gulf)



 


Re: Tiny lights on 24V panel

Rink De Haan
 

Hi Willem,

Yes they are industry standard, but I always try the Amel originals first.

And yes, I am Dutch (live close to Rotterdam). We keep our SM in Pescara Italy, but wil move to Lefkas Greece this summer.
Where do you keep Kavanga?

Cheers,
Rink


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Raymarine A3G AST -Drive Stopped

Bill & Judy Rouse <yahoogroups@...>
 

Duane 

If I were you, I would buy the X30 from him and send him your S3G for repair. 


CW Bill Rouse
Admiral, Texas Navy
Commander Emeritus
Amel School 
720 Winnie St
Galveston Island, TX 77550
+1(832) 380-4970

   


On Apr 30, 2017 05:53, "sailor63109@... [amelyachtowners]" <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:
 

Hi Bill,


I guess I wasn't clear, I meant the Autopilot would not turn the wheel while on "Auto".  The clutch engages but the Autopilot won't turn the wheel in response to "+10".

I've been in contact with Dan G.  He suggested I disconnect the power and motor wires from the S3G and hook them up directly to be sure the motors on the drives were still operational.  I used the breaker to turn them on and off, and both motors work.  Running the motor this way the clutch does not engage (because the S3G has no power), but you know the motors work.

He doesn't have a spare S3G, but does have an X30.  It sounds like the X30 would be "plug and play" so if the S3G doesn't work I have a good way to go.

Thanks for your help,
Duane



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease/Amel 55/54 designers

amelforme
 

Hello again Hanspeter . I believe it is very important that all the information we share on this useful group should be as correct as it can be. Below is part of the statement you made that I found to be less than correct. I agree with the first sentence. The second sentence says that the 54 was designed by Amel with an extern ( external ) architect.

This is not correct. There was no external architect. The Amel 54 was designed entirely and completely by people working directly for Amel.

I hope you don’t think I am ‘splitting hairs’. I think this is an important distinction that needs to be clear. To be even a little bit more clear, I make no judgement about which designs are better, only where they originated.

I hope that this is accepted in the spirit with which it is offered.

Enjoy your Amel, Hanspeter! Except for the fact that I sold each of my three Amel boats to people who enjoyed them and used them as they were intended to be enjoyed, I regret selling each of them every time I think about them.

                           All The Best, Joel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 10:47 AM
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroupscom
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease

 

. One thing only; Henri Amel did not design the Amel 54. The Company Amel with extern architects did it.

Best regards

Hanspeter



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Re: Raymarine A3G AST -Drive Stopped

sailor63109@...
 

Hi Bill,

I guess I wasn't clear, I meant the Autopilot would not turn the wheel while on "Auto".  The clutch engages but the Autopilot won't turn the wheel in response to "+10".

I've been in contact with Dan G.  He suggested I disconnect the power and motor wires from the S3G and hook them up directly to be sure the motors on the drives were still operational.  I used the breaker to turn them on and off, and both motors work.  Running the motor this way the clutch does not engage (because the S3G has no power), but you know the motors work.

He doesn't have a spare S3G, but does have an X30.  It sounds like the X30 would be "plug and play" so if the S3G doesn't work I have a good way to go.

Thanks for your help,
Duane


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease/Amel 55/54 designers

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Hi all.
While we are talking about design. All the Amels I have seen, even the smaller earlier models, right through to and including the 54, have a distinct and  unmistakeable family likeness. (Love it) When you see one from afar, they are unmistakeably and instantly recognisable. (In my opinion). However (again in my opinion) the 55 looks more like a Hunter. I have no doubt the Amel quality and innovation remains, they just no longer have that family likeness.
Cheers
Danny
SM299 Ocean Pearl

Sent from my Vodafone Smart

On 30 Apr 2017 05:06, "'Joel Potter' jfpottercys@... [amelyachtowners]" <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:
 

I need to apologize to everyone. It appears that my computer is acting up and greatly enlarging some of the text in my messages to you. This IS NOT intentional and is not meant to reinforce or add drama to anything I present here. I am travelling all next week but will get my IT guy to fix it soon after I get back to Florida.. I am not Shouting at anyone!

 

All The best, Joel

 

Joel F. Potter/Cruising Yacht Specialist LLC

THE EXPERIENCED AMEL GUY

954 462 5869 office

954 812 2485 cell

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 12:39 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: RE: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease/Amel 55/54 designers

 

 

Hello Hanspeter. I think you are confusing the Amel 55 with the Amel 54. The Amel 55 hull and deck and rigging was designed by Berret and Racoupeau, a naval architecture  firm located in La Rochelle France. All of the systems engineering and ‘Amel ‘details on the Amel 55 were still the province of the Amel design team within the Amel shipyard in La Rochelle.   The Amel 54 was designed by the Amel Design Group.. Yes Captain Amel was gone when this boat was first launched but the drawings and engineering of the Amel 54 were done largely by Jacque Carteau who was, in fact, the one who did the drawings and engineering on almost all of the Amel boats from the late 1960’s onward. He was Captain Amel’s ‘eyes’ and interpreted Captain Amel’s ideas into the boats we all love. How do I know this? I watched him do the 54 and no external resources were involved in the 54. I have seen the blueprints for other Amel designs with Carteau’s initials and name in the data box on the drawings.

 

Just to keep things clear and correct.

 

All The Best, JoelJoel F. Potter/Cruising Yacht Specialist LLC

THE EXPERIENCED AMEL GUY

954 462 5869 office

954 812 2485 cell

 

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 10:47 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Trinquet furling motor grease

 

 

Hi Porter

I think you have the Balmar Furling System ? Correct? If so, with you plans , change this system to a Reckman System; ok very costy ,but for the next 20 Years no problems.

Nice and interesting Website, congratulation. One thing only; Henri Amel did not design the Amel 54. The Company Amel with extern architects did it.

Best regards

Hanspeter



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Am 29.04.2017 um 12:36 schrieb Porter McRoberts portermcroberts@yahoocom [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...>:

 

Gents,
A question if you would.

Sailing Martinique to Fort Lauderdale these two weeks. Stopped in Guadeloupe as the trinquet motor pooped out. Took it out and amel Martinique is sending a new one plus belt.

Question one: what kind of grease was that packed in there? I took it out and need to repack.

Q2: the motor had corroded and I found 10 or so cc of h20 on the motor and surrounds. I could not find a seal to replace or one that had failed. How can I mitigate this water situation in the future? Is that the purpose of the grease? In addition to greasing the gears?

Q3: anyone have any tips on re-assembly?

Very appreciated.

Porter

S/V IBIS. 54-152. Punta Cana.

Please excuse the errors.
Sent from my IPhone
Www.fouribis.com


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Frigoboat Fridge Door Seal for Super Maramu 2000

greatketch@...
 

When we re-did our under-seat fridge gaskets, we used a product from MD Building, #1025, D-profile, 5/16 x 23/64.  We got it from Amazon.

It is important to note that with gaskets like this, there is a maximum specified compression that needs to be adhered to for best sealing and longest life.  If the gasket is over-compressed it might seem to seal better at first, but it quickly takes on a permanent "set" and is then no longer flexible enough to make a good seal.  For most hollow rubber gaskets, such as this this, maximum compression is 25% of the uncompressed thickness.  
I have installed shims that take the weight of the lid so the gaskets do not get squeezed too much.

Bill Kinney
SM#160, Harmonie
Charlotte Amalie, StT, USVI


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

Thanks Mark,
I'll be doing that project this Summer.  I'll let you know what I find.
Kent
SM243
Kristy

On Apr 28, 2017, at 6:31 PM, 'Mark Erdos' Kent, I haven’t replace them on this boat. On the fridge/freezer under the seats, I move the lower half of the lock down a little bit to make a better seal. This worked well.
Here is a link for a company have used in the past. www.Barefrigeration.com  and go to Custom Gaskets.  Find the profile you want and follow the measuring instructions and then order.  They have a quality product at a very reasonable price. 
Please let me know if you wind up doing the fridge (under the counter). I am thinking about doing ours. It is not a tight as it should be. I would like to know how the seal comes off and is installed. I haven’t looked at it very closely yet.
With best regards,

Mark

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 3:36 PM
To: amelyachto
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Frigoboat Fridge Door Seal for Super Maramu 2000

 

 

I need to replace the seals on my two fridge/freezer boxes under the dinette seats. Has anyone found a suitable replacement for these?

Thanks,

Kent

SM243, Kristy

Kent Robertson



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Frigoboat Fridge Door Seal for Super Maramu 2000

karkauai
 

Thanks Mark,
I'll be doing that project this Summer.  I'll let you know what I find.
Kent
SM243
Kristy

On Apr 28, 2017, at 6:31 PM, 'Mark Erdos' Kent, I haven’t replace them on this boat. On the fridge/freezer under the seats, I move the lower half of the lock down a little bit to make a better seal. This worked well.
Here is a link for a company have used in the past. www.Barefrigeration.com  and go to Custom Gaskets.  Find the profile you want and follow the measuring instructions and then order.  They have a quality product at a very reasonable price. 
Please let me know if you wind up doing the fridge (under the counter). I am thinking about doing ours. It is not a tight as it should be. I would like to know how the seal comes off and is installed. I haven’t looked at it very closely yet.
With best regards,

Mark

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2017 3:36 PM
To: amelyachto
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Frigoboat Fridge Door Seal for Super Maramu 2000

 

 

I need to replace the seals on my two fridge/freezer boxes under the dinette seats. Has anyone found a suitable replacement for these?

Thanks,

Kent

SM243, Kristy

Kent Robertson



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Plastic stay protectors. [3 Attachments]

sailormon <kimberlite@...>
 

Thanks

The shroud covers were what I was looking for especially the 12mm ones.

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:15 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Plastic stay protectors. [3 Attachments]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from divanz620@... [amelyachtowners] included below]

Hi Eric,

 

They're not all in one place....

 

The shroud or guard rail covers are on P230

Turnbuckle covers on P229

Spreader boots P211

 

Cheers

Alan

Elyse SM437