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Re: [Amel] Re: Which boat do you recommend?

Look@iPadRing.net <look@...>
 

I freely admit my prejudice- I love Amel 54 ketchs. We'll fit....somehow.

On 07/12/2012 03:28 AM, jjjk12s wrote:

Earl,

I have just read Richard Piller's post and, if it is in your budget,
an Amel 54 does look a good option with the extra cabin. 4 kids up
from in two cabins (maybe a leeboard in the middle of the double berth
in the port cabin) and one kid in the walkway berth and mum and dad in
the aft stateroom...luxury.

John, Popeye Maramu #91

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Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your
ideas.

Earl



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Re: [Amel] Re: Which boat do you recommend?

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John,

Thanks for the comments. I tend to stay away from catamarans though they
do often have the space we would need. A very important issue is
strength of the boat. Amel fits that requirement very well.

Thanks

On 07/12/2012 02:18 AM, jjjk12s wrote:

Earl,

I presume you have done plenty of sailing with the family. I have only
two kids, now 8 and 5 (a poor effort compared to you!) but have been
sailing quite big trips (like several months from Greece to UK) since
the smallest was under 2 years old.

You can get around the lack of berth space by using the saloon for
sleeping but you will have the inconvenience. Alternatively you could
try some modification to make more bunks above the existing ones which
would be fun for the kids (maybe like the canvas ones with poles they
have on some racing yachts) - but such modifications to a Super Maramu
are very much against the grain. If your trip is long and the older
kids start to want more privacy how will they cope sharing space? To
be honest if I were you I would condider something like a 45 ft+
Privilege cat, some of them have 5 cabins and great for family use.

However, the Amels are very good value for such a quality boat and the
uncluttered deck, solid lifelines and safe cockpit are great features
for smaller kids as well as retirees... Most importantly you have to
be able to sail alone if one parent is looking after children, so the
Amel scores there, and I would be wary of other large monohulls unless
you intend to cary an extra crew member (then you need to accommodate
them). As I am sure you are aware boat choice is always a compromise
dictated by your priorities.

I certainly wish you the very best in your plans.

John, Popeye Maramu #91 Port Douglas

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<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "Look@..." <look@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your
ideas.

Earl



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Re: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

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Eric,

Thanks for the ideas. See my comments below....


On 07/12/2012 03:04 AM, eric meury wrote:


Earl,

I do not own an Amel but have been on a few. I think that you might
be better suited for a a different boat, perhaps a Mao Ta 46, also
known as a pan oceanic 46 (they also made a 43 and a 38)... The are
designed by Ted BREWER. - Yes it is a smaller lenght but in perhaps
laid out better for a large family.

The 46 sleeps 8. Two cabins plus a double berth (that is also a
table) in the pilot house. In my opinion the largest plus would be
the flush decks that would provide ample "play space" for your kids
while at anchor.

Most that i have seen have teak decks - yuk!!! i did find this one for
sale for

http://syladydiane.wordpress.com/specifications/. it does not have
teak decks.
No teak is good and I love the deck layout...unobstructed.


They do have a skeg hung rudder and the pilot house will give you the
offshore protection that you are seeking in the Amel hard dodger plus
i would imagine it would be difficult to fit 8 people in an Amel
cockpit. The pilot house will may allow all the kids the feeling of
being part of the sail, without having to manage all of them in the
cockpit. - just a thought.
Skeg hung rudder is exactly what I'm looking for.

Excellent idea. I like how the Mao Ta has an aft cockpit and a pilot house



These boats are on my short list if i do not end up with an Amel.
They are the only pilot house boat i have seen that doesn't look like
a motor sailer.

Happy Hunting.

eric J.
You too.



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Subject: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
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Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 3:44 PM



Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There

are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel

(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel

53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need

sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are

probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail

around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your
ideas.

Earl

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[Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Joachim
 

Hello on my Sharki
works a bamar system very well
look a the webside of bamar there you can get a new one

regards

Joachim

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Subject: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

What year is your Sharki?


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Good day all,

Does anyone have a drawing or parts list for the Roller furler swivel mizzen mast?

Mine is in need of a rebuild.

Thanks in advance




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Re: Which boat do you recommend?

jjjk12s <jjjk12s@...>
 

Earl,

I have just read Richard Piller's post and, if it is in your budget, an Amel 54 does look a good option with the extra cabin. 4 kids up from in two cabins (maybe a leeboard in the middle of the double berth in the port cabin) and one kid in the walkway berth and mum and dad in the aft stateroom...luxury.

John, Popeye Maramu #91

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

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl



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Re: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

eric meury <ericmeury@...>
 

Earl,

I do not own an Amel but have been on a few.  I think that you might be better suited for a a different boat, perhaps a Mao Ta 46, also known as a pan oceanic 46 (they also made a 43 and a 38)...  The are designed by Ted BREWER.  -  Yes it is a smaller lenght but in perhaps laid out better for a large family. 

The 46 sleeps 8.  Two cabins plus a double berth (that is also a table) in the pilot house.  In my opinion the largest plus would be the flush decks that would provide ample "play space" for your kids while at anchor. 

Most that i have seen have teak decks - yuk!!! i did find this one for sale for

http://syladydiane.wordpress.com/specifications/.  it does not have teak decks.

They do have a skeg hung rudder and the pilot house will give you the offshore protection that you are seeking in the Amel hard dodger plus i would imagine it would be difficult to fit 8 people in an Amel cockpit.  The pilot house will may allow all the kids the feeling of being part of the sail, without having to manage all of them in the cockpit.  - just a thought.

These boats are on my short list if i do not end up with an Amel.  They are the only pilot house boat i have seen that doesn't look like a motor sailer.


Happy Hunting.

eric J.

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Subject: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 3:44 PM
















 









Hello everyone,



I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There

are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel

(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel

53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need

sleeping space...that's for sure.



Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are

probably the length we'd need.



Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail

around the world in a well built boat.



Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.



Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.



Earl



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Re: Which boat do you recommend?

jjjk12s <jjjk12s@...>
 

Earl,

I presume you have done plenty of sailing with the family. I have only two kids, now 8 and 5 (a poor effort compared to you!) but have been sailing quite big trips (like several months from Greece to UK) since the smallest was under 2 years old.

You can get around the lack of berth space by using the saloon for sleeping but you will have the inconvenience. Alternatively you could try some modification to make more bunks above the existing ones which would be fun for the kids (maybe like the canvas ones with poles they have on some racing yachts) - but such modifications to a Super Maramu are very much against the grain. If your trip is long and the older kids start to want more privacy how will they cope sharing space? To be honest if I were you I would condider something like a 45 ft+ Privilege cat, some of them have 5 cabins and great for family use.

However, the Amels are very good value for such a quality boat and the uncluttered deck, solid lifelines and safe cockpit are great features for smaller kids as well as retirees... Most importantly you have to be able to sail alone if one parent is looking after children, so the Amel scores there, and I would be wary of other large monohulls unless you intend to cary an extra crew member (then you need to accommodate them). As I am sure you are aware boat choice is always a compromise dictated by your priorities.

I certainly wish you the very best in your plans.

John, Popeye Maramu #91 Port Douglas

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

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl



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Re: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Hi Earl we spoke earlier today regarding an Amel there are a few well priced 54's that will much more comfortably suit you family. I will send along a layout.

Regards

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Jul 11, 2012, at 19:27, "Look@iPadRing.net" <look@ipadring.net> wrote:

Kent,

In truth it seems you're correct and I've been looking at increasing
larger and larger boats realizing they just don't have the room to fit 7
comfortably. There are other considerations as well but they needn't be
addressed as yet.

To Amel's compliment is the reputation of a boat very well made and durable.

Earl

On 07/11/2012 07:21 PM, karkauai@yahoo.com wrote:
Earl. That's an ambitious, awesome plan. You will be cramped in any boat in the 50ft range...hope you all get along famously(: You can probably sleep 3 smaller ones in the Vee berth, one in each of the sea berths, keeping the aft cabin for Mom and Pop. Most of us limit guests to two at a time. The SM is really designed for a couple to cruise the world. Whether you could redesign the forward cabin with bunks so all could have their own berth and retain enough storage depends on how much you are willing to alter the boat, how much money you are willing to spend, and what you feel you can do without.

I hope you can make it work. Sounds like a real challenge, but great fun and a great family adventure.

I'll be interested to hear what others have to say.
Steady as she goes.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Currently Brunswick, GA
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Subject: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl


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Re: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

Look@iPadRing.net <look@...>
 

Kent,

In truth it seems you're correct and I've been looking at increasing
larger and larger boats realizing they just don't have the room to fit 7
comfortably. There are other considerations as well but they needn't be
addressed as yet.

To Amel's compliment is the reputation of a boat very well made and durable.

Earl

On 07/11/2012 07:21 PM, karkauai@yahoo.com wrote:
Earl. That's an ambitious, awesome plan. You will be cramped in any boat in the 50ft range...hope you all get along famously(: You can probably sleep 3 smaller ones in the Vee berth, one in each of the sea berths, keeping the aft cabin for Mom and Pop. Most of us limit guests to two at a time. The SM is really designed for a couple to cruise the world. Whether you could redesign the forward cabin with bunks so all could have their own berth and retain enough storage depends on how much you are willing to alter the boat, how much money you are willing to spend, and what you feel you can do without.

I hope you can make it work. Sounds like a real challenge, but great fun and a great family adventure.

I'll be interested to hear what others have to say.
Steady as she goes.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Currently Brunswick, GA
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Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl


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Re: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

karkauai
 

Earl. That's an ambitious, awesome plan. You will be cramped in any boat in the 50ft range...hope you all get along famously(: You can probably sleep 3 smaller ones in the Vee berth, one in each of the sea berths, keeping the aft cabin for Mom and Pop. Most of us limit guests to two at a time. The SM is really designed for a couple to cruise the world. Whether you could redesign the forward cabin with bunks so all could have their own berth and retain enough storage depends on how much you are willing to alter the boat, how much money you are willing to spend, and what you feel you can do without.

I hope you can make it work. Sounds like a real challenge, but great fun and a great family adventure.

I'll be interested to hear what others have to say.
Steady as she goes.
Kent
SM243
Kristy
Currently Brunswick, GA
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Subject: [Amel] Which boat do you recommend?

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl



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Which boat do you recommend?

Look@iPadRing.net <look@...>
 

Hello everyone,

I'm not an Amel owner....yet. But I'm looking for your advice. There
are 7 of us in my family (5 kids under 12) and we're looking for an Amel
(ketch) that'll comfortably fit us. I've looked online at various Amel
53 Super Maramu's which look most suitable to me. However, we do need
sleeping space...that's for sure.

Amel's look like a true and strong blue-water cruiser and the 53's are
probably the length we'd need.

Our cruising plans? Well, let's just say we'd like to be able to sail
around the world in a well built boat.

Oh, a new Amel is out of our price range.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas? I sure would like to hear your ideas.

Earl



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Re: Replacement for Metal Furling Rod

denasingh@rocketmail.com <denamarie@...>
 

Excellent! Thank you both...I will go get 2 (or 3) made locally. Cheers! Dena and Terry Singh, SV Libby

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I don't know the name of this, but we have a bent (90 degrees) rod that is screwed into the furling swivel next to the main mast. It is the rod meant to stop 'over furling' of the sail. Somehow this got bent and I need a replacement...any ideas how I can get this?


Re: Replacement for Metal Furling Rod

seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
 

Hi Denamarie,
the item you are referring to is called "horns" and Amel normally have them in stock. However it is easy to get one, or even better two, made by any local engineering shop.
I had one made in Antigua in January for us $65.
It has always baffled me how they get bent, I have noticed once or twice that my spare halyard
tends to twist around the port one.
I hope this is of some help.
Fair winds
Trevor Lusty

Sea Fever of Cuan
Super Maramu
425

Papagayos Marina
Costa Rica


Re: [Amel] Replacement for Metal Furling Rod

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Hello Denamarie, If the rod you mean is one of two that stick out of the swivel, its purpose is to allow the swivel to function by means of the rod resting against the mast. The rod is threaded where it passes through the wall of the swivel and is held in place on the swivel by a nut which tightens on the thread. It is therefore easy to remove and replace. You might try removing the existing bent rod and carefully straightening it.
If you can't do that, you can buy a replacement from Amel, but any similar piece of stainless, threaded , rod can be cut to size and used, with a nut tightened either side of the hole where the rod enters the swivel swivel. I did this on our SM. The rod doesn't take much load when it is resting against the mast. Fair winds, Ian and Judy, Pen Azen, SM 302, Ragusa , Sicily

To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
From: denamarie@me.com
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 04:46:17 +0000
Subject: [Amel] Replacement for Metal Furling Rod

I don't know the name of this, but we have a bent (90 degrees) rod that is screwed into the furling swivel next to the main mast. It is the rod meant to stop 'over furling' of the sail. Somehow this got bent and I need a replacement...any ideas how I can get this?



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Replacement for Metal Furling Rod

denasingh@rocketmail.com <denamarie@...>
 

I don't know the name of this, but we have a bent (90 degrees) rod that is screwed into the furling swivel next to the main mast. It is the rod meant to stop 'over furling' of the sail. Somehow this got bent and I need a replacement...any ideas how I can get this?


Washing Machines Instructions

denasingh@rocketmail.com <denamarie@...>
 

Hello Amel family. My husband and I are recent Amel Owners having purchased a
'97 Super Maraumu. We are now SV Libby. I am trying to decipher the German
instructions for the clothes washing machine and the french ones for the dish
washer. Does anyone have the English versions of the manuals and or some
operating instructions you could share with me? The clothes washer is the
Euronova EU351M and the dishwasher is the Eltrolux Arthur Martin VAC515. Thank
you in advance.


Washing Machines Instructions

denasingh@rocketmail.com <denamarie@...>
 

Hello Amel family. My husband and I are recent Amel Owners having purchased a
'97 Super Maraumu. We are now SV Libby. I am trying to decipher the German
instructions for the clothes washing machine and the french ones for the dish
washer. Does anyone have the English versions of the manuals and or some
operating instructions you could share with me? The clothes washer is the
Euronova EU351M and the dishwasher is the Eltrolux Arthur Martin VAC515. Thank
you in advance.


Re: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Gene
 

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Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 00:25:25
To: <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Disregard.
Just noted you need the mizzen furler. I have some of the info for the late 80's headsail furler.


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

What year is your Sharki?


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

Good day all,

Does anyone have a drawing or parts list for the Roller furler swivel mizzen mast?

Mine is in need of a rebuild.

Thanks in advance


Re: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Gene
 

I will take it will need attention
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Dave_Benjamin" <dave_benjamin@yahoo.com>
Sender: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 00:25:25
To: <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Disregard.
Just noted you need the mizzen furler. I have some of the info for the late 80's headsail furler.


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

What year is your Sharki?


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

Good day all,

Does anyone have a drawing or parts list for the Roller furler swivel mizzen mast?

Mine is in need of a rebuild.

Thanks in advance


Re: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

Gene
 

1985
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Dave_Benjamin" <dave_benjamin@yahoo.com>
Sender: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 00:23:56
To: <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel] Re: Sharki roller furler Swivel Mizzen mast

What year is your Sharki?


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

Good day all,

Does anyone have a drawing or parts list for the Roller furler swivel mizzen mast?

Mine is in need of a rebuild.

Thanks in advance