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Re: Rub Rail insert

Patrick McAneny
 

Danny, Diane is already checking flights and fares. $1800 buys a lot of airfare, even with the extra baggage fees. I wish I knew what they approx. weigh , thinking about 50 lbs. per side , too bad Maud cannot provide any shipping info.
Thanks,
Pat


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 4:18 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Fly over Pat, La Rochelle is a great city to visit, even aside from Amel. We stayed in an Air BnB in the old part of town. Just make sure the parts are in stock before you go.
Regards
Danny
SM 299
Ocean Pearl
On 25 February 2020 at 09:50 "Patrick McAneny via Groups.Io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Gary, I was afraid of that,I had read a previous post of yours ,but thought (hoped) that the $2,600.00 included installation and additional shipping to Puerto Rico. Its amazing to me that shipping would be that expensive. It might be cheaper to fly over with a couple of empty suitcases ,I'm not sure, I'm kidding,always wanted to see La Rochelle . The inserts cost about $850. ,so shipping and duty was approx. $1,700.00.,nuts ! Would you have a guesstimate of what each piece weight was ?
Thanks,
Pat


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Silver via Groups.Io <garysilver@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 3:31 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Hi Pat:

I had the two pieces of rub-rail insert (I call them scupper) shipped from Amel for my hurricane repairs in Puerto Rico in Dec 2017 from Amel.  Price was $2,686 with shipping.  They were about 5 feet too long for each side but better long than short. They came as Bill indicated, on a wooden pallet (sort of a miniature pallet) about 2 to 2.5 ft square wrapped in shrink wrap. They were heavy.    So indeed, the shipping is the greater part of the cost.  About $1,000.  It was covered in my insurance  settlement.  I had been considering replacing mine when Irma/Maria intervened and gave me a bonus in that small way, (didn't make up for the lost year of sailing while repairs were made. The new scupper looks so nice I would consider pressing ahead despite the cost.  When you install it you want to make sure that it is installed in compression because it does shrink a bit.  It is easier to install when in tension but to better fill and assure it doesn't leave a gap insist on putting it in compression.  I also left it a foot too long at the stern and at the 6 month mark I made a final trimming to avoid having a gap due to shrinkage.

All the best, 
Gary S. Silver, M.D.
s/v Liahona
Amel SM 2000 Hull #335
Puerto Del Rey Marina, Puerto Rico


Re: Opening Portlight Seals

Ellen Cahill
 

Mark,

I order some just last week from http://www.international-boat-spares.com/en/
I also ordered the neoprene glue which is recommended by go for use when fitting the seals. They were promptly delivered to Ireland but I haven't fitted them yet. 

Ellen 
Amel Mango - Saol Nua


Re: [Amel] Rudder cables

Ellen Cahill
 

Hi Serge,

I was hoping to see how your steering cables have held up after you lubricated them a number of years ago. I'm having some issues with stiff steering so considering this option. 

Thanks,
Ellen
Mango - Saol Nua


Flowjet refrigeration pumps overhaul

Paul Dowd and Sharon Brown
 

Hi all,

 

I attempted to refurbish a flowjet pump today, by simply cleaning up the diaphragms, checking the brushes and emptying a lot of carbon dust out. It then worked for about an hour . I would be most grateful if someone who has had experience at this could share it with me as I now have enough of these pumps to start a second hand store!

 

Cheers,

Paul

S/Y Ya Fohi - Amel 54 #98 - Grenada

 


--
Cheers
Paul
Ya Fohi - Amel 54 #98


HP Sensor for Dessalator DUO 60

David Vogel
 

Greetings,

Does anyone know of an off-brand but compatible replacement for the Dessalator OEM High-Pressure Sensor (OEM p/n either 102087 or 100027 – I am still ascertaining which is the one applicable to the 24/220 volt DUO 60 unit). This is a “Normally OPEN (“NO”) switch that in my case unexpectedly failed CLOSED; the problem has in the interim been resolved by simply removing the wires, but which then requires careful monitoring to ensure not over-pressuring the membranes.

Thanks in advance,

David
Perigee, SM#396
Tahuata, French Polynesia


Re: Rub Rail insert

Arnold Mente
 

The best place I know to eat "Fruit de Meer"

😎
Arnold
SV Zephyr
SM 203

Am 24.02.2020 um 22:18 schrieb Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>:

Fly over Pat, La Rochelle is a great city to visit, even aside from Amel. We stayed in an Air BnB in the old part of town. Just make sure the parts are in stock before you go.

Regards

Danny

SM 299

Ocean Pearl

On 25 February 2020 at 09:50 "Patrick McAneny via Groups.Io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Gary, I was afraid of that,I had read a previous post of yours ,but thought (hoped) that the $2,600.00 included installation and additional shipping to Puerto Rico. Its amazing to me that shipping would be that expensive. It might be cheaper to fly over with a couple of empty suitcases ,I'm not sure, I'm kidding,always wanted to see La Rochelle . The inserts cost about $850. ,so shipping and duty was approx. $1,700.00.,nuts ! Would you have a guesstimate of what each piece weight was ?
Thanks,
Pat


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Silver via Groups.Io <garysilver@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 3:31 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Hi Pat:

I had the two pieces of rub-rail insert (I call them scupper) shipped from Amel for my hurricane repairs in Puerto Rico in Dec 2017 from Amel.  Price was $2,686 with shipping.  They were about 5 feet too long for each side but better long than short. They came as Bill indicated, on a wooden pallet (sort of a miniature pallet) about 2 to 2.5 ft square wrapped in shrink wrap. They were heavy.    So indeed, the shipping is the greater part of the cost.  About $1,000.  It was covered in my insurance  settlement.  I had been considering replacing mine when Irma/Maria intervened and gave me a bonus in that small way, (didn't make up for the lost year of sailing while repairs were made. The new scupper looks so nice I would consider pressing ahead despite the cost.  When you install it you want to make sure that it is installed in compression because it does shrink a bit.  It is easier to install when in tension but to better fill and assure it doesn't leave a gap insist on putting it in compression.  I also left it a foot too long at the stern and at the 6 month mark I made a final trimming to avoid having a gap due to shrinkage.

All the best, 
Gary S. Silver, M.D.
s/v Liahona
Amel SM 2000 Hull #335
Puerto Del Rey Marina, Puerto Rico

Arnold Mente

Urbaniweg 12
7000 Eisenstadt 

Tel: +43 660 6699019

arnold.mente@...




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SY Zephyr SM203


Re: Rub Rail insert

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Fly over Pat, La Rochelle is a great city to visit, even aside from Amel. We stayed in an Air BnB in the old part of town. Just make sure the parts are in stock before you go.

Regards

Danny

SM 299

Ocean Pearl

On 25 February 2020 at 09:50 "Patrick McAneny via Groups.Io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Gary, I was afraid of that,I had read a previous post of yours ,but thought (hoped) that the $2,600.00 included installation and additional shipping to Puerto Rico. Its amazing to me that shipping would be that expensive. It might be cheaper to fly over with a couple of empty suitcases ,I'm not sure, I'm kidding,always wanted to see La Rochelle . The inserts cost about $850. ,so shipping and duty was approx. $1,700.00.,nuts ! Would you have a guesstimate of what each piece weight was ?
Thanks,
Pat


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Silver via Groups.Io <garysilver@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 3:31 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Hi Pat:

I had the two pieces of rub-rail insert (I call them scupper) shipped from Amel for my hurricane repairs in Puerto Rico in Dec 2017 from Amel.  Price was $2,686 with shipping.  They were about 5 feet too long for each side but better long than short. They came as Bill indicated, on a wooden pallet (sort of a miniature pallet) about 2 to 2.5 ft square wrapped in shrink wrap. They were heavy.    So indeed, the shipping is the greater part of the cost.  About $1,000.  It was covered in my insurance  settlement.  I had been considering replacing mine when Irma/Maria intervened and gave me a bonus in that small way, (didn't make up for the lost year of sailing while repairs were made. The new scupper looks so nice I would consider pressing ahead despite the cost.  When you install it you want to make sure that it is installed in compression because it does shrink a bit.  It is easier to install when in tension but to better fill and assure it doesn't leave a gap insist on putting it in compression.  I also left it a foot too long at the stern and at the 6 month mark I made a final trimming to avoid having a gap due to shrinkage.

All the best, 
Gary S. Silver, M.D.
s/v Liahona
Amel SM 2000 Hull #335
Puerto Del Rey Marina, Puerto Rico


Re: SM2000 - Have you replaced your dishwasher by a fridge/freezer? #galley

Cathy & Guillaume
 

Thanks Bill, I should have thought to go through the Photos treasure trove! 

Would be interested in schematics or materials used if anyone has any (and of course Eric).  

Guillaume

s/v Carpathia III – SM2K #293


Re: SM2000 - Have you replaced your dishwasher by a fridge/freezer? #galley

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Hi Dominique,

A PO put a top opening fridge in the space. Excellent.

Danny

SM 299

Ocean Pearl

On 24 February 2020 at 17:19 Dominique Guenot <dom.guenot@...> wrote:

We are not using our dishwasher which is just taking space.

Have you replaced your dishwasher by a fridge/freezer?  or something else? 

Any experience greatly appreciated 

Thanks  
Dominique Guenot 
sv Viva #374
Papeete, French Polynesia  


Re: Headsets #solution

Matt Salatino
 

We’ve used a couple of brands.
Currently using the Sena Expands...a bit more robust, as the microphone boom is much shorter and doesn’t get in the way as much.

~~~⛵️~~~Matt

On Feb 24, 2020, at 3:56 PM, David Vogel <david.vogel@...> wrote:

Greetings all,

PERIGEE has used 2x Sena SPH10 for 3 years docking/anchoring and mast-work, all OK with the exception that the microphone occasionally disconnects, which CorrosionX sorts out.  We have used in ‘all weathers’, with no adverse effects noticeable thus far, but did take the precaution at 2-1/2 years to get another two headsets, for 3-crew work, and/or to provide redundancy in the eventual event that one (or more) units will fail in service (not just due to exposure to the elements, but batteries seem to be a point-of-failure in tropical environments; having needed to source two new hand-held VHFs recently highlighting this vulnerability in practical terms).

We consider the cost minor in the scheme of things, in order to have reliable and calm communications between helm and deck/masthead-crew.

We have not had any connection problems, although multi-headset set-ups (we have had up to four at once) does require a review of the user’s manual to make sure it works ‘as advertised’.  We recommend the Sena SPH10, and have not seen a viable alternative, but remain interested if someone does find one.

David
Perigee, SM#396
Tahuata, French Polynesia


From: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> on behalf of "karkauai via Groups.Io" <karkauai@...>
Reply-To: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Date: Monday, 24 February 2020 at 7:49 am
To: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Headsets #solution

Hi Amelians,
I want to replace some worn-out headsets we've used for anchoring and masthead work.  They were about $80 US 5 years ago and have been less than ideal since they were new, with static and cheap construction.  I've been looking online and the ones most cited on cruisers  forums are the Sena SPH10 or Sena Extreme Bluetooth sets.  They get great reviews for audio quality, but very poor reviews for warranty/after-market service/and user friendliness for getting them to connect. At $150 per headset, I'm reluctant to buy something that may not be what is advertised to be.

Does anyone have another  brand to recommend?  Experience with the Sena products?

Thanks for any help.
Kent and Iris
Kristy
SM243








Re: Rub Rail insert

Patrick McAneny
 

Gary, I was afraid of that,I had read a previous post of yours ,but thought (hoped) that the $2,600.00 included installation and additional shipping to Puerto Rico. Its amazing to me that shipping would be that expensive. It might be cheaper to fly over with a couple of empty suitcases ,I'm not sure, I'm kidding,always wanted to see La Rochelle . The inserts cost about $850. ,so shipping and duty was approx. $1,700.00.,nuts ! Would you have a guesstimate of what each piece weight was ?
Thanks,
Pat


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Silver via Groups.Io <garysilver@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 3:31 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Hi Pat:

I had the two pieces of rub-rail insert (I call them scupper) shipped from Amel for my hurricane repairs in Puerto Rico in Dec 2017 from Amel.  Price was $2,686 with shipping.  They were about 5 feet too long for each side but better long than short. They came as Bill indicated, on a wooden pallet (sort of a miniature pallet) about 2 to 2.5 ft square wrapped in shrink wrap. They were heavy.    So indeed, the shipping is the greater part of the cost.  About $1,000.  It was covered in my insurance  settlement.  I had been considering replacing mine when Irma/Maria intervened and gave me a bonus in that small way, (didn't make up for the lost year of sailing while repairs were made. The new scupper looks so nice I would consider pressing ahead despite the cost.  When you install it you want to make sure that it is installed in compression because it does shrink a bit.  It is easier to install when in tension but to better fill and assure it doesn't leave a gap insist on putting it in compression.  I also left it a foot too long at the stern and at the 6 month mark I made a final trimming to avoid having a gap due to shrinkage.

All the best, 
Gary S. Silver, M.D.
s/v Liahona
Amel SM 2000 Hull #335
Puerto Del Rey Marina, Puerto Rico


Re: Rub Rail insert

Gary Silver
 
Edited

Hi Pat:

I had the two pieces of rub-rail insert (I call them scupper) shipped from Amel for my hurricane repairs in Puerto Rico in Dec 2017.  Price was $2,686 with shipping.  They were about 5 feet too long for each side but better long than short. They came as Bill indicated, on a wooden pallet (sort of a miniature pallet) about 2 to 2.5 ft square wrapped in shrink wrap. They were heavy.    So indeed, the shipping is the greater part of the cost.  About $1,800.  It was covered in my insurance  settlement.  I had been considering replacing mine when Irma/Maria intervened and gave me a bonus in that small way, (didn't make up for the lost year of sailing while repairs were made. The new scupper looks so nice I would consider pressing ahead despite the cost.  When you install it you want to make sure that it is installed in compression because it does shrink a bit.  It is easier to install when in tension but to better fill and assure it doesn't leave a gap insist on putting it in compression.  I also left it a foot too long at the stern and at the 6 month mark I made a final trimming to avoid having a gap due to shrinkage.

All the best, 
Gary S. Silver, M.D.
s/v Liahona
Amel SM 2000 Hull #335
Puerto Del Rey Marina, Puerto Rico


Re: Headsets #solution

David Vogel
 

Greetings all,

PERIGEE has used 2x Sena SPH10 for 3 years docking/anchoring and mast-work, all OK with the exception that the microphone occasionally disconnects, which CorrosionX sorts out. We have used in ‘all weathers’, with no adverse effects noticeable thus far, but did take the precaution at 2-1/2 years to get another two headsets, for 3-crew work, and/or to provide redundancy in the eventual event that one (or more) units will fail in service (not just due to exposure to the elements, but batteries seem to be a point-of-failure in tropical environments; having needed to source two new hand-held VHFs recently highlighting this vulnerability in practical terms).

We consider the cost minor in the scheme of things, in order to have reliable and calm communications between helm and deck/masthead-crew.

We have not had any connection problems, although multi-headset set-ups (we have had up to four at once) does require a review of the user’s manual to make sure it works ‘as advertised’. We recommend the Sena SPH10, and have not seen a viable alternative, but remain interested if someone does find one.

David
Perigee, SM#396
Tahuata, French Polynesia


From: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> on behalf of "karkauai via Groups.Io" <karkauai=yahoo.com@groups.io>
Reply-To: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Date: Monday, 24 February 2020 at 7:49 am
To: <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Headsets #solution

Hi Amelians,
I want to replace some worn-out headsets we've used for anchoring and masthead work.  They were about $80 US 5 years ago and have been less than ideal since they were new, with static and cheap construction.  I've been looking online and the ones most cited on cruisers  forums are the Sena SPH10 or Sena Extreme Bluetooth sets.  They get great reviews for audio quality, but very poor reviews for warranty/after-market service/and user friendliness for getting them to connect. At $150 per headset, I'm reluctant to buy something that may not be what is advertised to be.

Does anyone have another  brand to recommend?  Experience with the Sena products?

Thanks for any help.
Kent and Iris
Kristy
SM243


Re: Rub Rail insert

Patrick McAneny
 

Bill , I saw a picture of two inserts coiled on a pallet,they looked at least 24" or more. I would like to order them ,but not knowing the delivered cost ,I am reluctant. Based on 175 lbs. with the pallet ,we are coming up with $2000,00 shipping from the Fed Ex site.,which is far  more than twice the cost of the inserts ,about $850. I am hoping someone has shipped them here and knows what their total cost was.
Thanks,
Pat
SM #123


-----Original Message-----
From: CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io Notification <main@amelyachtowners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 10:10 am
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Rub Rail insert

Pat,

I saw the rub rail "rubbery" insert like your vintage SM... when it arrived from France for another boat, it was coiled in a circle of about 2' diameter
CW Bill Rouse Amel Owners Yacht School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
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On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 7:03 AM Patrick McAneny via Groups.Io <sailw32=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I contacted Maud about buying a new rub rail insert ,she cannot provide an estimate for shipping. We are thinking it may be much more than we first estimated. Has anyone had the inserts shipped to the US., and tell us what the shipping cost were. The inserts are less than $900. I fear the shipping could be more than that.
Thank You,
Pat
SM Shenanigans


Re: Spade 180 on a 54

Peter Tiner
 

Haldun

Thanks a lot for your answers. I think this, after a lot of research, settles it for me, so it will be the Spade X180 besides the demoted Wasi 42Kg. 

Again thanks and best regards

\Peter SY Maiken #52


Re: Spade 180 on a 54

Courtney Gorman
 

Thanks I appreciate the information


-----Original Message-----
From: Halidun Karagoz via Groups.Io <halidunk@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 1:20 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Hi Courtney,
It was a fellow 54 owner, Jerome, the former owner of No Stress, who pointed at my Wasi and said: that Wasi is a joke, replace it with a Spade 55kg ASAP,  and thank me later. That's exactly what i did, and i am grateful for the advice ever since. Spade worked very well for me in almost all conditions throughout the years.
Cheers
Haldun
sv Amanin A54#164

-------- Orijinal mesaj --------
Kimden: "Courtney Gorman via Groups.Io" <Itsfun1@...>
Tarih: 24.02.2020 20:07 (GMT+03:00)
Alıcı: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Konu: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Haldun could you comment about how the spade does in tougher anchoring situations?  Poor bottom, deep, ect
thanks
Courtney
Trippin
54 #101 


-----Original Message-----
From: Halidun Karagoz via Groups.Io <halidunk@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 10:46 am
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Peter,
It is the 55kg Spade on the picture, it fits perfectly when snug. Wasi is demoted as the second anchor. Sorry, i'm away and i can not attach any photos now.  Windlass is strong enough to handle 55 kgs. No problems so far for about 10 years.
Cheers
Haldun 
svAmanin A54#164
Gokova

-------- Orijinal mesaj --------
Kimden: Peter Tiner <peter.tiner@...>
Tarih: 24.02.2020 16:39 (GMT+03:00)
Alıcı: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Konu: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Hi Haldun

Thanks for a quick answer. Sorry i misspelled your name.

Some questions which you hopefully could easily  answer:
  1. Do you think its the 55kg which is on the picture?
  2. Did you have a second anchor next to the Spade 55Kg? if so which?
  3. Did you have any problems with fitting it to the bow? Any specials?
  4. When winching it up and back into its fitting, any problems?
Best regards

\Peter SY Maiken A54 #52


Re: Spade 180 on a 54

Halidun Karagoz
 

Hi Courtney,
It was a fellow 54 owner, Jerome, the former owner of No Stress, who pointed at my Wasi and said: that Wasi is a joke, replace it with a Spade 55kg ASAP,  and thank me later. That's exactly what i did, and i am grateful for the advice ever since. Spade worked very well for me in almost all conditions throughout the years.
Cheers
Haldun
sv Amanin A54#164

-------- Orijinal mesaj --------
Kimden: "Courtney Gorman via Groups.Io" <Itsfun1@...>
Tarih: 24.02.2020 20:07 (GMT+03:00)
Alıcı: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Konu: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Haldun could you comment about how the spade does in tougher anchoring situations?  Poor bottom, deep, ect
thanks
Courtney
Trippin
54 #101 


-----Original Message-----
From: Halidun Karagoz via Groups.Io <halidunk@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 10:46 am
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Peter,
It is the 55kg Spade on the picture, it fits perfectly when snug. Wasi is demoted as the second anchor. Sorry, i'm away and i can not attach any photos now.  Windlass is strong enough to handle 55 kgs. No problems so far for about 10 years.
Cheers
Haldun 
svAmanin A54#164
Gokova

-------- Orijinal mesaj --------
Kimden: Peter Tiner <peter.tiner@...>
Tarih: 24.02.2020 16:39 (GMT+03:00)
Alıcı: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Konu: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Hi Haldun

Thanks for a quick answer. Sorry i misspelled your name.

Some questions which you hopefully could easily  answer:
  1. Do you think its the 55kg which is on the picture?
  2. Did you have a second anchor next to the Spade 55Kg? if so which?
  3. Did you have any problems with fitting it to the bow? Any specials?
  4. When winching it up and back into its fitting, any problems?
Best regards

\Peter SY Maiken A54 #52


Headsets #solution

karkauai
 

Hi Amelians,
I want to replace some worn-out headsets we've used for anchoring and masthead work.  They were about $80 US 5 years ago and have been less than ideal since they were new, with static and cheap construction.  I've been looking online and the ones most cited on cruisers  forums are the Sena SPH10 or Sena Extreme Bluetooth sets.  They get great reviews for audio quality, but very poor reviews for warranty/after-market service/and user friendliness for getting them to connect. At $150 per headset, I'm reluctant to buy something that may not be what is advertised to be.

Does anyone have another  brand to recommend?  Experience with the Sena products?

Thanks for any help.
Kent and Iris
Kristy
SM243


Re: Spade 180 on a 54

Courtney Gorman
 

Haldun could you comment about how the spade does in tougher anchoring situations?  Poor bottom, deep, ect
thanks
Courtney
Trippin
54 #101 


-----Original Message-----
From: Halidun Karagoz via Groups.Io <halidunk@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Feb 24, 2020 10:46 am
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Peter,
It is the 55kg Spade on the picture, it fits perfectly when snug. Wasi is demoted as the second anchor. Sorry, i'm away and i can not attach any photos now.  Windlass is strong enough to handle 55 kgs. No problems so far for about 10 years.
Cheers
Haldun 
svAmanin A54#164
Gokova

-------- Orijinal mesaj --------
Kimden: Peter Tiner <peter.tiner@...>
Tarih: 24.02.2020 16:39 (GMT+03:00)
Alıcı: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Konu: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Spade 180 on a 54

Hi Haldun

Thanks for a quick answer. Sorry i misspelled your name.

Some questions which you hopefully could easily  answer:
  1. Do you think its the 55kg which is on the picture?
  2. Did you have a second anchor next to the Spade 55Kg? if so which?
  3. Did you have any problems with fitting it to the bow? Any specials?
  4. When winching it up and back into its fitting, any problems?
Best regards

\Peter SY Maiken A54 #52


Re: SM2000 - Have you replaced your dishwasher by a fridge/freezer? #galley

 

Guillaume,

Eric SM Kimberlite also did this and posted some photos: Search under photos for "dishwasher"

Here are a few photos:
image.png
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On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 9:25 AM Cathy & Guillaume via Groups.Io <carpathia3=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Dear Paul, this is something I have been thinking of doing... Would you have any schematics / pictures /  list of items you could share? Many thanks,

Guillaume
Carpathia III - SM2K #293
Malta