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Re: [Amel] Hyères Marina - info on Port Saint Pierre/Amel Shipyard

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Hi there are 2 harbors in Hyerse enter the one to the left facing the shore. The one on the right about 1/2 mile south is for small boats.

A nice stop is the island of Poqurell (spelling?). Go to the docks it is cheap this time of year. you are aware that most of France will be closed for 2-3 weeks The town of Hyeres up the hill is very nice.

Have fun enjoy the Holiday season.

Regards
Richard Piller

On Dec 13, 2010, at 13:33, "assistanttoblackdog" <atwaterfour@...> wrote:

Hello All,

I am sailing my SM from Barcelona to the Amel shipyards in Hyères next week.
I've been pouring over the charts, Sailing Directions & other publications and have spoken with the Port Captain at Port Saint Pierre but still feel like more information would be useful.

Can anyone who has sailed to the Amel shipyard in Hyères and stayed at at Port Saint Pierre offer any handy tips or local information? The best I could get from the Port Captain was "Use the south entrance, it is no problem."

Thanks in advance,

Jim A.
SM 384 Sirena Azul


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Port St Pierre Hyeres

Peter Aubrey <peter.aubrey@...>
 

Jim,



I took delivery of my SM2K in Hyeres in 2000 and have been back a few times
since. There are two main basins. You need to enter the South basin and the
Capitainerie and arrival berth is on a jetty a short way in to port. There
is a tower at the inshore end of the jetty. You need to call in on VHF CH9
to get a berth location. Their telephone number is 0494 12 54 40. Operating
hours in winter are 0800-1200 and 1400-1700. Not sure about week-ends. There
are plenty of visitor berths and all facilities like water, showers,
toilets, fuel as well as 30 Ton travel hoist. There is a good selection of
shops for provisions. When I was there last the Amel berths were at the
North end of the South basin and there are usually plenty of Amel yachts in
the Marina. There are a few reasonable restaurants near the Marina but the
place tends to be rather dead in the winter. The Amel office is a short walk
into the town. If you need a hotel there isnt much near the Marina but
several a short drive away and taxis are available. The Marina is provides
quite safe shelter and it is easy to manoeuvre in with a SM and bow
thruster.

Hope thats useful. There are some web sites which show the layout the
satellite view is best.

Best regards

Peter SM2K 293 MAIA (in Malta)


Hyères Marina - info on Port Saint Pierre/Amel Shipyard

assistanttoblackdog <atwaterfour@...>
 

Hello All,

I am sailing my SM from Barcelona to the Amel shipyards in Hyères next week.
I've been pouring over the charts, Sailing Directions & other publications and have spoken with the Port Captain at Port Saint Pierre but still feel like more information would be useful.

Can anyone who has sailed to the Amel shipyard in Hyères and stayed at at Port Saint Pierre offer any handy tips or local information? The best I could get from the Port Captain was "Use the south entrance, it is no problem."

Thanks in advance,

Jim A.
SM 384 Sirena Azul


Re: [Amel] Re: New file uploaded to amelyachtowners

Jean Boucharlat
 

«Aileron moulé » : « moulé » is molded in US English or moulded in
traditional English, “aileron” is literally “winglet” but, in this instance,
most likely “rudder blade” (this inferred from the fact that Amel uses
“contre-aileron”, loosely translatable as “counter-winglet” to designate the
skeg).

“Venant de moulage” literally means “from a mold” but, in this instance and
in my opinion, means that it is a molded FRP part and not some other kind of
material.



With all due respect for everyone at Amel, and I do respect them all, you
all know that their English is somewhat hesitant but I can tell you that
their French is also sometimes not entirely academic.



Hope this helps.



Jean Boucharlat

Formerly SM 232



From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Dave_Benjamin
Sent: lundi 13 décembre 2010 03:22
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel] Re: New file uploaded to amelyachtowners





Can anyone help with translation?

There is a crosshatched area with caption containing "aileron moule" and
another caption above containing "venant de moulage." I've tried Google
translate but I'm not getting good info.





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Re: New file uploaded to amelyachtowners

Dave_Benjamin
 

Can anyone help with translation?

There is a crosshatched area with caption containing "aileron moule" and another caption above containing "venant de moulage." I've tried Google translate but I'm not getting good info.


New file uploaded to amelyachtowners

amelyachtowners@...
 

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the amelyachtowners
group.

File : /Rudder.pdf
Uploaded by : Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...>
Description : Drawing of Maramu rudder and skeg

You can access this file at the URL:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/files/Rudder.pdf

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/groups/original/members/web/index.html
Regards,

Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...>


PSS Shaft Seal

Dave_Benjamin
 

We thought we were going to change the stuffing box in our Maramu but I've cleaned up the old one and we're going to stick with it. I've got a PSS Shaft Seal brand new in the box that I will not be using. Rather than just return it I thought I'd offer it up to anyone needing a PSS for a 1 3/8" shaft and 2 inch hose. My cost on it was $175. I think they retail for $330 or so. I can ship later this month when I'm back in the US for the holidays.

Regards,
Dave Benjamin
Maramu #29


Re: [Amel] Leaky grounding plate on older Maramu

Chris Smither <yachtakwaaba@...>
 

Dave,
  In the Santorin, the earth plate on the skeg is directly connected by a copper strap to the SSB aerial tuning unit which is in the Lazarette. This makes for an excellent aerial "backplane", so good that people thought that we were a steel boat!

Check that the strap is still connected, and the contacts reasonably clean.

Mike & Chris
S 27

--- On Fri, 12/10/10, Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...> wrote:

From: Dave_Benjamin <dave_benjamin@...>
Subject: [Amel] Leaky grounding plate on older Maramu
To: amelyachtowners@...
Date: Friday, December 10, 2010, 9:38 PM







 









Hauled out in Mexico at the moment with what seems to be a leak coming from the grounding plate on the skeg. My guess is some water is getting in behind the bolt heads and the rest from around the edge. We've removed all the filler around the edges and will redo. Not sure if we can do much with the bolts. Seems like we'll just snap the bolt head if we force it. We ground a bit on the other side and can see the other end of the bolts bedded in epoxy.



Anybody else had this issue? Ideas?



Also a general question about the grounding plate. Our boat is no longer bonded so the plate is not hooked up to anything. Has anyone used it as part of a backplane for SSB/HF?



Regards,

Dave Benjamin

S/V Exit Strategy

Maramu #29


Leaky grounding plate on older Maramu

Dave_Benjamin
 

Hauled out in Mexico at the moment with what seems to be a leak coming from the grounding plate on the skeg. My guess is some water is getting in behind the bolt heads and the rest from around the edge. We've removed all the filler around the edges and will redo. Not sure if we can do much with the bolts. Seems like we'll just snap the bolt head if we force it. We ground a bit on the other side and can see the other end of the bolts bedded in epoxy.

Anybody else had this issue? Ideas?

Also a general question about the grounding plate. Our boat is no longer bonded so the plate is not hooked up to anything. Has anyone used it as part of a backplane for SSB/HF?

Regards,
Dave Benjamin
S/V Exit Strategy
Maramu #29


Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

kimberlite <kimberlite@...>
 

Macerator pump-

Depco pumps-florida.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite





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From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Thomas Kleman
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 7:42 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts





Where did you get the macerator pump ? It looked to me that ITT Jabsco
didn't
make the original anymore (hull #422) and there were a few replacement
possibilities.

________________________________
From: kimberlite <kimberlite@...
<mailto:kimberlite%40optonline.net> >
To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wed, December 8, 2010 4:42:57 PM
Subject: RE: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

We carry everything mentioned below , plus every hose, senders, relays, and
replaceable parts for both engine and generator as well as a complete gasket
set for both.

A complete set of replacement blocks for the boat, spare circuit breakers,
joysticks and switches, raw water and salt water pumps for both engines, a
complete toilet rebuild kit , macerator, and water pump. A spare set of
mufflers. Gasket material, boxes of metric fasteners, solderless connectors,
sail repair materials, sewing machine, Rigging cutters.

And probably a hundred other things that I forgot.

Basically , if something breaks I have a spare.

We have on board almost everything that can be replaced by me.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite

_____

From: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Richard Piller
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 9:29 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

HI, we have SM 209. What kinds of systems are you wanting to PM. We like
most
carry, alternators, starter, belts, lights, oil, both engine and
transmission
and c drive, salt water pumps and repair kits, a full set of tools, volt
meter
and on and on. What was the name of your boat before and now? We are in
Annapolis if you are close come visit. you can reach us at 6037675330 or
richard03801 at yahoo dot com. we are always interested in helping others
with
their boats including maintenance of the boat or sailing her.
Best of luck on you new boat
Richard and Joan in Annapolis on SM 209 FOR SALE see Rogue Waves web site.

________________________________
From: "veitm@... <mailto:veitm%40ymail.com>
<mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> " <veitm@... <mailto:veitm%40ymail.com>
<mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> >
To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sun, December 5, 2010 7:42:02 AM
Subject: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Hello All:

We recently bought a Super Maramu (1998) hull 215 and I am wondering if
anybody
has gone through the work to create a list of installed systems, addresses
of
suppliers and suggested spare parts?
I have a maintenance listing from a friend for a SM2k...but being told that
their are enough differences...
Thank you,
Veit


Re: [Amel] Maramu repower

Dave_Benjamin
 

It's a pretty narrow transom and we feel our options are slightly limited. We've got some Katos that I picked up secondhand. I saw the same brand installed on another Maramu and they seemed to work okay. I would not use the davits underway except in protected waters since there's not much height off the water.

Cheers,

Dave Benjamin
S/V Exit Strategy
Maramu #29

I plan to add a davit or arch in the next year and wonder is anyone has installed one that they are happy with and if you have pictures.  I will use the arch for solar panels and a wind generator.   Is there a "standard" one available on the market or will  I need to have one custom made?



Thanks for any advice you can offer



Bob & Joyce

S/V Chara

#173



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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Alexandre Uster von Baar
 

If I may say, I personally use T-9 and Corosion X.

--- On Thu, 12/9/10, Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...> wrote:


From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts
To: amelyachtowners@...
Date: Thursday, December 9, 2010, 1:34 PM


 



Hi Kent, WD40 does wonders to protect from water used in advance, I regularly and liberally spray it around my engine room over pumps, electric motors, alternators etc etc. And if water gets in somewhere I use it to recover the situation with great results. The best was on a previous boat an alternator drenched with salt water from a broken hose. Leaving it in place I immediately rinsed it thoroughly with fresh water, then emptied a can of WD40 into it. Left it for a few days and next time I started up it was fine and kept working for the next five years and was still going when I sold the boat.
 
Danny and Yvonne
SM299 Ocean Pearl
--- On Fri, 10/12/10, karkauai <karkauai@...> wrote:

From: karkauai <karkauai@...>
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts
To: amelyachtowners@...
Date: Friday, 10, December, 2010, 5:13 AM

 

Hi all. Made it from Deltaville, VA to St. Thomas USVI in 10d despite
contrary or light winds much of the time. A couple of issues cropped
up:
The rigger who changed my standing rigging didn't tighten the jockey
pole supports adequately to the shrouds, and with the outboard end of
the poles only slightly elevated, there was enough downward force on the
outboard end of the jockey poles to force the supports down a good 6" on
the rigging, slightly "kinking" the shrouds. There was no evidence of
any damage to the shrouds when I got them put back in the proper
positions. Just a reminder that most riggers have no clue about those
"Amel" oddities...from now on whenever a rigger does anything to my
boat, I'll check behind them, especially the Amel-specific
peculiarities.

My brand new Jabsco bilge pump failed after less than an hour of use.
Turned out one of the valves was defective. Bigger issue now is that
after I tripped it's circuit breaker ("puissard"), fixed the pump, and
tried to run it (so I could pat myself on the back for actually finding
the problem and fixing it) the circuit breaker wouldn't work. On my
first trip out the watermaker high pressure hose failed and sprayed sea
water all over the engine room, and now all the circuit breakers in that
box seem to be "iffy". The rest of the breakers on the boat seem fine.
I've googled "Sapel" (the name on the breaker box) and E & P (the ?name
on the breakers) without success. Does anyone have a source for the 220v
and 24v breakers on the boat without going through Amel?

As usual, thanks in advance for your help.

Kent

KRISTY

SM243

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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Hi Kent, WD40 does wonders to protect from water used in advance, I regularly and liberally spray it around my engine room over pumps, electric motors, alternators etc etc. And if water gets in somewhere I use it to recover the situation with great results. The best was on a previous boat an alternator drenched with salt water from a broken hose. Leaving it in place I immediately rinsed it thoroughly with fresh water, then emptied a can of WD40 into it. Left it for a few days and next time I started up it was fine and kept working for the next five years and was still going when I sold the boat.
 
Danny and Yvonne
SM299 Ocean Pearl

--- On Fri, 10/12/10, karkauai <karkauai@...> wrote:


From: karkauai <karkauai@...>
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts
To: amelyachtowners@...
Date: Friday, 10, December, 2010, 5:13 AM


 




Hi all. Made it from Deltaville, VA to St. Thomas USVI in 10d despite
contrary or light winds much of the time. A couple of issues cropped
up:
The rigger who changed my standing rigging didn't tighten the jockey
pole supports adequately to the shrouds, and with the outboard end of
the poles only slightly elevated, there was enough downward force on the
outboard end of the jockey poles to force the supports down a good 6" on
the rigging, slightly "kinking" the shrouds. There was no evidence of
any damage to the shrouds when I got them put back in the proper
positions. Just a reminder that most riggers have no clue about those
"Amel" oddities...from now on whenever a rigger does anything to my
boat, I'll check behind them, especially the Amel-specific
peculiarities.

My brand new Jabsco bilge pump failed after less than an hour of use.
Turned out one of the valves was defective. Bigger issue now is that
after I tripped it's circuit breaker ("puissard"), fixed the pump, and
tried to run it (so I could pat myself on the back for actually finding
the problem and fixing it) the circuit breaker wouldn't work. On my
first trip out the watermaker high pressure hose failed and sprayed sea
water all over the engine room, and now all the circuit breakers in that
box seem to be "iffy". The rest of the breakers on the boat seem fine.
I've googled "Sapel" (the name on the breaker box) and E & P (the ?name
on the breakers) without success. Does anyone have a source for the 220v
and 24v breakers on the boat without going through Amel?

As usual, thanks in advance for your help.

Kent

KRISTY

SM243

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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Kent glad you made it. Regarding the standing rigging if you have bent stays call your insurance company those wires/Stays that are bent can not be trusted. Looking at the outside does NOT tell you if the core cracked or if you gotten any issues form bending fatigue

Refused the bilge pump we did away with the diagram pumps as they are slow and fail. We went with a maserator pump that runs at 8 gpm over 400 gal per hr. It will draw far better do a good job of pumping up and as well as "cleaning" the stuff in the bilge. Yes there is some noise when it starts yes that tells us when it comes on and give the short pump time saves AMPS.

Good luck. I'd get a fresh water hose down there and wash off everything. Then leave the hatch open to dry out.
Regards
Richard Piller

On Dec 9, 2010, at 11:13, "karkauai" <karkauai@...> wrote:


Hi all. Made it from Deltaville, VA to St. Thomas USVI in 10d despite
contrary or light winds much of the time. A couple of issues cropped
up:
The rigger who changed my standing rigging didn't tighten the jockey
pole supports adequately to the shrouds, and with the outboard end of
the poles only slightly elevated, there was enough downward force on the
outboard end of the jockey poles to force the supports down a good 6" on
the rigging, slightly "kinking" the shrouds. There was no evidence of
any damage to the shrouds when I got them put back in the proper
positions. Just a reminder that most riggers have no clue about those
"Amel" oddities...from now on whenever a rigger does anything to my
boat, I'll check behind them, especially the Amel-specific
peculiarities.

My brand new Jabsco bilge pump failed after less than an hour of use.
Turned out one of the valves was defective. Bigger issue now is that
after I tripped it's circuit breaker ("puissard"), fixed the pump, and
tried to run it (so I could pat myself on the back for actually finding
the problem and fixing it) the circuit breaker wouldn't work. On my
first trip out the watermaker high pressure hose failed and sprayed sea
water all over the engine room, and now all the circuit breakers in that
box seem to be "iffy". The rest of the breakers on the boat seem fine.
I've googled "Sapel" (the name on the breaker box) and E & P (the ?name
on the breakers) without success. Does anyone have a source for the 220v
and 24v breakers on the boat without going through Amel?

As usual, thanks in advance for your help.

Kent

KRISTY

SM243

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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

karkauai
 

Hi all. Made it from Deltaville, VA to St. Thomas USVI in 10d despite
contrary or light winds much of the time. A couple of issues cropped
up:
The rigger who changed my standing rigging didn't tighten the jockey
pole supports adequately to the shrouds, and with the outboard end of
the poles only slightly elevated, there was enough downward force on the
outboard end of the jockey poles to force the supports down a good 6" on
the rigging, slightly "kinking" the shrouds. There was no evidence of
any damage to the shrouds when I got them put back in the proper
positions. Just a reminder that most riggers have no clue about those
"Amel" oddities...from now on whenever a rigger does anything to my
boat, I'll check behind them, especially the Amel-specific
peculiarities.

My brand new Jabsco bilge pump failed after less than an hour of use.
Turned out one of the valves was defective. Bigger issue now is that
after I tripped it's circuit breaker ("puissard"), fixed the pump, and
tried to run it (so I could pat myself on the back for actually finding
the problem and fixing it) the circuit breaker wouldn't work. On my
first trip out the watermaker high pressure hose failed and sprayed sea
water all over the engine room, and now all the circuit breakers in that
box seem to be "iffy". The rest of the breakers on the boat seem fine.
I've googled "Sapel" (the name on the breaker box) and E & P (the ?name
on the breakers) without success. Does anyone have a source for the 220v
and 24v breakers on the boat without going through Amel?

As usual, thanks in advance for your help.

Kent

KRISTY

SM243


Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Chris Smither <yachtakwaaba@...>
 

Hi All,
   Over the years as I've cruised in my Santorin, I've found that it's not the big, obvious things that catch you out in the middle of nowhere......but the small!
   For example, the little tiny springs that make the winch ratchet pawls work, ..........a comprehensive set of METRIC "O" rings............spare "woodruff" keys for drive shafts......etc etc
   All this from bitter, (sometimes embarrassing), experience.....which allows my wife to comment " I don't know why you carry all those "bits" around with us...everytime anything fails you jury rig, get somewhere and then go out and get new ones"

   Mea Culpa!!

Mike
Santorin 27 Sloop


Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Serge Tremblay <laetitiaii@...>
 

Thomas,
 
Check
 
http://www.defender.com/product.jsp?path=-1|51|806|315199|315196&id=146711
 
Serge, V/ Opera   Mango #51

--- En date de : Jeu, 9.12.10, Thomas Kleman <thomas.kleman@...> a écrit :


De : Thomas Kleman <thomas.kleman@...>
Objet : Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts
À : amelyachtowners@...
Date: jeudi 9 décembre 2010 07 h 42


 



Where did you get the macerator pump ? It looked to me that ITT Jabsco didn't
make the original anymore (hull #422) and there were a few replacement
possibilities.

________________________________
From: kimberlite <kimberlite@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Wed, December 8, 2010 4:42:57 PM
Subject: RE: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

We carry everything mentioned below , plus every hose, senders, relays, and
replaceable parts for both engine and generator as well as a complete gasket
set for both.

A complete set of replacement blocks for the boat, spare circuit breakers,
joysticks and switches, raw water and salt water pumps for both engines, a
complete toilet rebuild kit , macerator, and water pump. A spare set of
mufflers. Gasket material, boxes of metric fasteners, solderless connectors,
sail repair materials, sewing machine, Rigging cutters.

And probably a hundred other things that I forgot.

Basically , if something breaks I have a spare.

We have on board almost everything that can be replaced by me.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite

_____

From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Richard Piller
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 9:29 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

HI, we have SM 209. What kinds of systems are you wanting to PM. We like
most
carry, alternators, starter, belts, lights, oil, both engine and
transmission
and c drive, salt water pumps and repair kits, a full set of tools, volt
meter
and on and on. What was the name of your boat before and now? We are in
Annapolis if you are close come visit. you can reach us at 6037675330 or
richard03801 at yahoo dot com. we are always interested in helping others
with
their boats including maintenance of the boat or sailing her.
Best of luck on you new boat
Richard and Joan in Annapolis on SM 209 FOR SALE see Rogue Waves web site.

________________________________
From: "veitm@... <mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> " <veitm@...
<mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> >
To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sun, December 5, 2010 7:42:02 AM
Subject: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Hello All:

We recently bought a Super Maramu (1998) hull 215 and I am wondering if
anybody
has gone through the work to create a list of installed systems, addresses
of
suppliers and suggested spare parts?
I have a maintenance listing from a friend for a SM2k...but being told that
their are enough differences...
Thank you,
Veit



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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Thomas Kleman <thomas.kleman@...>
 

Where did you get the macerator pump ? It looked to me that ITT Jabsco didn't
make the original anymore (hull #422) and there were a few replacement
possibilities.



________________________________
From: kimberlite <kimberlite@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Wed, December 8, 2010 4:42:57 PM
Subject: RE: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts


We carry everything mentioned below , plus every hose, senders, relays, and
replaceable parts for both engine and generator as well as a complete gasket
set for both.

A complete set of replacement blocks for the boat, spare circuit breakers,
joysticks and switches, raw water and salt water pumps for both engines, a
complete toilet rebuild kit , macerator, and water pump. A spare set of
mufflers. Gasket material, boxes of metric fasteners, solderless connectors,
sail repair materials, sewing machine, Rigging cutters.

And probably a hundred other things that I forgot.

Basically , if something breaks I have a spare.

We have on board almost everything that can be replaced by me.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite

_____

From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Richard Piller
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 9:29 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

HI, we have SM 209. What kinds of systems are you wanting to PM. We like
most
carry, alternators, starter, belts, lights, oil, both engine and
transmission
and c drive, salt water pumps and repair kits, a full set of tools, volt
meter
and on and on. What was the name of your boat before and now? We are in
Annapolis if you are close come visit. you can reach us at 6037675330 or
richard03801 at yahoo dot com. we are always interested in helping others
with
their boats including maintenance of the boat or sailing her.
Best of luck on you new boat
Richard and Joan in Annapolis on SM 209 FOR SALE see Rogue Waves web site.

________________________________
From: "veitm@... <mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> " <veitm@...
<mailto:veitm%40ymail.com> >
To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sun, December 5, 2010 7:42:02 AM
Subject: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Hello All:

We recently bought a Super Maramu (1998) hull 215 and I am wondering if
anybody
has gone through the work to create a list of installed systems, addresses
of
suppliers and suggested spare parts?
I have a maintenance listing from a friend for a SM2k...but being told that
their are enough differences...
Thank you,
Veit



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Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

kimberlite <kimberlite@...>
 

We carry everything mentioned below , plus every hose, senders, relays, and
replaceable parts for both engine and generator as well as a complete gasket
set for both.

A complete set of replacement blocks for the boat, spare circuit breakers,
joysticks and switches, raw water and salt water pumps for both engines, a
complete toilet rebuild kit , macerator, and water pump. A spare set of
mufflers. Gasket material, boxes of metric fasteners, solderless connectors,
sail repair materials, sewing machine, Rigging cutters.

And probably a hundred other things that I forgot.



Basically , if something breaks I have a spare.



We have on board almost everything that can be replaced by me.

Fair Winds

Eric

Amel Super Maramu #376 Kimberlite





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From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Richard Piller
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 9:29 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts





HI, we have SM 209. What kinds of systems are you wanting to PM. We like
most
carry, alternators, starter, belts, lights, oil, both engine and
transmission
and c drive, salt water pumps and repair kits, a full set of tools, volt
meter
and on and on. What was the name of your boat before and now? We are in
Annapolis if you are close come visit. you can reach us at 6037675330 or
richard03801 at yahoo dot com. we are always interested in helping others
with
their boats including maintenance of the boat or sailing her.
Best of luck on you new boat
Richard and Joan in Annapolis on SM 209 FOR SALE see Rogue Waves web site.

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To: amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sun, December 5, 2010 7:42:02 AM
Subject: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Hello All:

We recently bought a Super Maramu (1998) hull 215 and I am wondering if
anybody
has gone through the work to create a list of installed systems, addresses
of
suppliers and suggested spare parts?
I have a maintenance listing from a friend for a SM2k...but being told that
their are enough differences...
Thank you,
Veit


Re: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts

Richard Piller <richard03801@...>
 

HI, we have SM 209. What kinds of systems are you wanting to PM. We like most
carry, alternators, starter, belts, lights, oil, both engine and transmission
and c drive, salt water pumps and repair kits, a full set of tools, volt meter
and on and on. What was the name of your boat before and now? We are in
Annapolis if you are close come visit. you can reach us at 6037675330 or
richard03801 at yahoo dot com. we are always interested in helping others with
their boats including maintenance of the boat or sailing her.
Best of luck on you new boat
Richard and Joan in Annapolis on SM 209 FOR SALE see Rogue Waves web site.





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From: "veitm@..." <veitm@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Sun, December 5, 2010 7:42:02 AM
Subject: [Amel] Installed Systems / Spare parts


Hello All:

We recently bought a Super Maramu (1998) hull 215 and I am wondering if anybody
has gone through the work to create a list of installed systems, addresses of
suppliers and suggested spare parts?
I have a maintenance listing from a friend for a SM2k...but being told that
their are enough differences...
Thank you,
Veit







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