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Re: Amel Euros 41 1976 - Steering Wheel Removal Confusion

Andrew Eaves
 

Thanks to all for your replies. 

I got the wheel back on today with the play removed which was the intitial plan. I also ditched the cog and chain for the autopilot which isn't working. I can't see that being reinstated but as we do, I'll keep the parts for now.

Re the cables, I haven't checked the condition as the aft cabin is a storeroom for looming jobs. It is smooth though for now. Hydraulic no doubt the way forward, but maybe with an autopilot integration at the same time. With me being in Greece, there isn't a lot of point for autopilot, just if I venture further one day. 

Hi Elja, 'You have a verry good boat but a lot of work' - You're not kidding! Will be rewarding though :)

Thanks all.

Remote two way valve for flushing the water maker

Paul Osterberg
 

I found this two way valve to make it possible to flush the water maker without going down to the engine room. A bit expensive 450 €. anyone know a cheaper solution.  Yrs I know open the hatch and go down the engine room is a cheaper solution but I'm looking for a remote controlled way to flush the water-maker

Paul SY Kerpa SM#259 Lagos

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Mark Garver <mgarver@...>
 

The mechanic at the marina asked the same question about the auto-shutdown feature, so he's investigating that. I am about to pump some fuel from the bottom of the tank to check for water. I will also check for a vacuum on the fuel line, that's a good idea. 

Thanks!

Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105

On October 24, 2019 at 12:58 PM, John Clark <john.biohead@...> wrote:

My first thought is also fuel supply.  One time we started our engine with the fuel shut off valve closed...she ran perfect then just quit.  I can see the engine pulling a vacuum on the fuel line stalling ...then as the vacuum leaks off being able to restart.  

Now my second thought is based on you saying it was a new engine.   Does the engine have any automatic shutdown features like the genset?  Recall the genset has a host of conditions that will cause the machine to shutdown.  Just owndering if the new engine presumably with a computer is doing something on it's own.

John
SV Annie SM37
Brunswick GA

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 11:58 AM Mark Garver via Groups.Io <mgarver=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Mark,

Unfortunately not. But I think I can put a hose in the bottom of the tank and pump some out to see. At least that is the current plan as well as ensuring the filter is clean.

Thanks,

Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105

On October 24, 2019 at 10:30 AM, Mark Erdos <mcerdos@...> wrote:

Mark,

 

You have a fuel problem. Do you have a filtration system that allows you to check for water?

 

 

With best regards,

 

Mark

 

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

Currently cruising - Vista Mar, Panama

http://www.creampuff.us

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Garver via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2019 8:37 AM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

 

It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

S/V It's Good

SM #105









Re: Bow thruster seals orientation

Jose Venegas
 

David,

Yes they are intended to replace the hard lip seal. I installed them in the opposite order of your second picture but with the same orientation that you have them : Both lips facing the water.
I noted that the current seals came a little bit off in the dimensions of my first order and gluing the upper (wiper) seal to the lower (U) seal leaves a small gap in the surface of contact unless you glue them before mounting them and you place some weight on them while the permanent silicone glue is dry.
However, I think that if you mount them the way you show in the second picture there will not leave a gap and they should work OK. That is not what I did with my seals 3 years ago but I would be tempted to do it that way when, and if, I replace them with the new set.

In fact your order may result in an even better sealing action and better attachment between each other and to the fiberglass.

Jose
Ipanema SM2K 278
Finally leaving Boston towards Martinique on November 1

Re: tb/BRISBANE area marina & yard/AYOG

Teun BAAS
 

Hi Lauren & Colin,

 

Deeply appreciate your Email and I am already sending an Email to Mandy at this (early) moment. 😊

 

I will be sending you an Email with several other questions in reference to my AUSTRALIA stay.

 

How did your new sails work out?

 

Best Regards Teun

SV AMELIT  A54  #128

 

NOUMEA  NEW CALEDONIA

October 25, 2019 05:22:35

 

 

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> On Behalf Of islandpearl2_sm2k332 via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2019 23:36
To: main@amelyachtowners.groups.io
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] tb/BRISBANE area marina & yard/AYOG

 

Hi Teun

 

We have just arrived back in Australia after completing our circumnavigation this week. Right now we are in Bundaberg for a few weeks but will return home to Brisbane soon around mid-November.

 

Please do not ever consider leaving your Amel on an anchor anywhere in Brisbane. That was not good advice at all.

 

In terms of Brisbane Marinas, we choose a small fairly unknown marina called Newport Marina to berth SV island Pearl II since it is safe, within walking distance from the train to the city and airport. It is a quiet residential type marina with old, but well-kept facilities, and has plenty of car parking right near the boat. It is not a lively place with shops and restaurants, but we like it quiet and it is surrounded by nice upmarket waterfront homes on a canal system. This in our view makes it the safest marina in Brisbane if a tropical storm should ever hit, which is almost impossible. 

 

Fortunately, the prices there also very reasonable since it is not well known that the entrance channel has recently been deepened, and this was also not shown on the Navionics charts. Most cruisers would not be aware that they could get in there, but it is now at least  2m at low tide LAT, so it is easy to get your Amel in there at most times other than just an hour or two either side of absolute low tides. You can contact the Manager "Mandy" on email: info@..., or call her on and ask her if she has any free spots on D Berth facing the main channel as Island Pearl II is normally there, and am happy to keep a good eye on any Amels who berth near Island Pearl II. Unfortunately, I think there was recently only one space available, so if interested then try to contact her soon and mention me in case that helps get you in. The marina is located at 158 Griffith Road, Newport, QLD 4020... Phone: 07 3203 5855 

 

The marina/boatyard called "Laurie's Marina" in Mooloolaba is also a reasonable option, and I am aware that they did lift an Amel 53 there a few years ago, and built a nice hardtop for it, and the owner was happy with all the work they did. 

 

The other marina to consider is Scarborough Marina (very near Newport Marina) which has a fully working boatyard, however, their travel lift is a bit small, so I personally would not lift even my Amel 53 there. Contact them on +61 7 3880 0300 - website www.scarbmarina.com.au.

 

In terms of having Copper Coat work done I would firstly trust the "BOATWORKS" boatyard on the Gold Coast the most. That is where I always haul out Island Pearl II for normal antifouling paint and prop shaft / Bowthruster servicing, but I do the servicing myself and use them for the paint job. It is without any doubt the best boatyard we have come across anywhere in the world and has all the expertise and parts you could need right there. Prices are not bad too. You can contact them on admin@the boatworks.com.au or phone +61 7 55 000 000 and speak to the manager about who has the best copper coat application experience in his yard. If you have an Autoprop, there is the Australian Autoprop agent right there too who recently replaced my autoprop bearings there and did a great job.

 

Finally, Teuns, check with Boatworks about long term out of water storage for your Amel too. I have been away from Australia for 3 years now but recently heard that Boatworks now have this service too. That could be a good option for you too.

 

Best of luck with it and safe travels over to Australia

 

Colin & Lauren Streeter

Bundaberg Port Marina

 

Now that we have completed our circumnavigation, Island Pearl II is finally really for sale. Contact me direct via email for prices. She is Australian Duty and GST Paid and UK registered. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 7:25 PM Teun BAAS <teun@...> wrote:

I am leaving around November 10 2019 from NOUMEA to AUSTRALIA; probably north of BRISBANE and south of BUNDABERG.

 

Can anybody recommend a safe & affordable marina where I can leave the boat for 8 weeks or so (Dec 12, 2019 thru Feb 12, 2020) and then have her, in the vicinity, hauled out for copper coat anti-fouling plus additional 2 yearly A54 maintenance. One of my previous AUSSIE crew, living in the area, is suggesting leaving her on anchor as it is free but I prefer a slip or on the hard while I am in USA.

 

Somebody here in NOUMEA suggested MOOLOOLABA QLD – I have no clue 😊

 

I am flying out of & back in (with a lot of luggage) BRISBANE so will need to have access to transportation to & from International Airport.

 

Any yards; trades people in the area familiar with AMEL?

 

Appreciate your help & suggestions.

 

Best Regards Teun

SV AMELIT  A54  #128

 

NOUMEA  NEW CALEDONIA

October 24, 2019 20:23:20

 

 

 

 

 


 

--

Colin Streeter

0411 016 445

Volvo D3 - 110 Exhaust Elbow needed

 

If one of you has a Volvo D3-110 exhaust elbow, I could use it. 

As you probably know HDI Marine the manufacturer of Stainless Steel Investment Cast elbows is a Preferred Vendor of Yacht School

I just received an email from HDI asking if I could locate a D3-110 elbow for them to use to make a mold which will allow them to produce a Stainless Steel Investment Cast elbow for the D3-110. If you have an old one in any condition, it will work.

Let me know.

Bill

--
CW Bill Rouse Amel Yacht Owners School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
   

Re: Balloner use

Mark McGovern
 

Jose,

Welcome to the group.  

Check out this manual (from the files section of this forum):  https://amelyachtowners.groups.io/g/main/files/Amel%20Super%20Maramu%20Manuals%20English/Amel%20Super%20Maramu%202000%20User%27s%20Guide.pdf

Starting on page 1-28 there is a very detailed description on how to set the poles, set up the lines, raise, and lower the ballooner.  Here's a link to a video on taking it down:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqNF1ggKGRw

Last, consider putting a "signature" in your posts that lists your name, your boat's name, type, and hull #,and your location.  It helps members to know which boat you have when answering questions.

Mark

--
Mark McGovern
SM #440 Cara
Deale, MD USA

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Thomas Peacock
 

I would second what John said. Having had problems with the Onan impellers for several months, the engine would countless times run for several minutes and then shut down due to overheating. I would question, since this is a new engine, whether it has some sort of shut-down procedure when it detects a fault, overheating, pressure, etc. How much electronics does the engine have?
But, I'm not diesel guru.

Tom Peacock
SM #240 Aletes

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Thomas Peacock
 

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 07:37 AM, Mark Garver wrote:
It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.
 
Any ideas?
 
Thanks,
 
Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105

Re: Fuel tank

David Wallace
 

Hi Tom, I'm just catching up with this thread so late to the game. We also had some leakage along the forward inward edge of the tank so removed it and had it rewelded like James did. As others have said, freeing the tank is pretty straightforward but then it’s very awkward to move because it’s heavy and top heavy. We used a strap arrangement like you see for a couple of people moving a refrigerator. I removed the companionway rail plus the top of the hatch (it’s lightly glued on, back out the screws then tap upward with a block of wood). Then I removed the bottom stop block and could drop the hatch below the level of the threshold to gain a couple more inches of clearance. To get the tank out of the salon we had to rotate it 180 vertically, so that the fuel fill pipe was still forward but down (don't ask how we figured that out). Once it was in the cockpit a mizzenmast halyard did the trick for lifting it out and over the side. One other thing is that when you install the new tank it’s easiest to get the fill hose in place by removing the deck fill fitting. Good luck!
Dave Wallace
s/v Air Ops
Maramu #104

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

John Clark
 

My first thought is also fuel supply.  One time we started our engine with the fuel shut off valve closed...she ran perfect then just quit.  I can see the engine pulling a vacuum on the fuel line stalling ...then as the vacuum leaks off being able to restart.  

Now my second thought is based on you saying it was a new engine.   Does the engine have any automatic shutdown features like the genset?  Recall the genset has a host of conditions that will cause the machine to shutdown.  Just owndering if the new engine presumably with a computer is doing something on it's own.

John
SV Annie SM37
Brunswick GA

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 11:58 AM Mark Garver via Groups.Io <mgarver=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Mark,

Unfortunately not. But I think I can put a hose in the bottom of the tank and pump some out to see. At least that is the current plan as well as ensuring the filter is clean.

Thanks,

Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105

On October 24, 2019 at 10:30 AM, Mark Erdos <mcerdos@...> wrote:

Mark,

 

You have a fuel problem. Do you have a filtration system that allows you to check for water?

 

 

With best regards,

 

Mark

 

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

Currently cruising - Vista Mar, Panama

http://www.creampuff.us

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Garver via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2019 8:37 AM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

 

It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

S/V It's Good

SM #105





Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Mark Garver <mgarver@...>
 

Mark,

Unfortunately not. But I think I can put a hose in the bottom of the tank and pump some out to see. At least that is the current plan as well as ensuring the filter is clean.

Thanks,

Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105

On October 24, 2019 at 10:30 AM, Mark Erdos <mcerdos@...> wrote:

Mark,

 

You have a fuel problem. Do you have a filtration system that allows you to check for water?

 

 

With best regards,

 

Mark

 

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

Currently cruising - Vista Mar, Panama

http://www.creampuff.us

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Garver via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2019 8:37 AM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

 

It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

S/V It's Good

SM #105





Re: Engine Water leackage

Bernd Spanner
 

I had a similar colored liquid in my bilge. after a long search it turned out to be the red gear box oil mixed with diesel. reason was leaking gearbox and leaking diesel hp pump. fixed both and all is fine now.
you might also want to check on the heat exchanger lines if everything is tightened properly.
what does the liquid smell / taste like?
--
Bernd
SN 119 / Cascais, Portugal

Re: Electrical cooktop and stove #replacement #electricstove #stove #cooktop #galley

Scott SV Tengah
 

Amazing, very cool and well done! 

Can I ask how much it all cost? 
--
Scott 
2007 A54 #69
SV Tengah
http://www.svtengah.com

Re: Balloner use

Gerald Bassin
 

Por supuesto

Gerald Bassin
Jetlag SM113

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Mark Erdos
 

Mark,

 

You have a fuel problem. Do you have a filtration system that allows you to check for water?

 

 

With best regards,

 

Mark

 

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

Currently cruising - Vista Mar, Panama

www.creampuff.us

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark Garver via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2019 8:37 AM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

 

It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

S/V It's Good

SM #105

Re: Balloner use

Tim Melbourne
 

Le puedo llamar tambien? 
-Tim Melbourne
SM2K #306 
Seattle WA

Re: tb/BRISBANE area marina & yard/AYOG

Patrick McAneny
 

Colin, I want to add our congratulations on your achievement ,no small thing. It was nice to meet you and Lauren albeit briefly in St Pierre .
Pat& Diane,
SV Shenanigans
Sassafras River Md.


-----Original Message-----
From: islandpearl2_sm2k332 <colin.d.streeter@...>
To: main <main@amelyachtowners.groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Oct 24, 2019 9:26 am
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] tb/BRISBANE area marina & yard/AYOG

Hi Kent

Thank you very much. I fully understand your reasons for stopping and shipping from Australia to Turkey. I met many in the Pacific who had similar plans.

We are glad we completed the circumnavigation, but I would not do it again. Next, we may buy a smaller boat, perhaps a Santarin in the Med and tour there for a season or two then sell it again rather than the long ocean passages. So no need for the wonderful ocean crossing capability of our lovely SM anymore. That said, our favorite oceans were certainly the Indian and the Pacific so you would miss out on some nice places in the Indian Ocean such as Rodrigues, Reunion, Chagos, Maldives, Madagascar etc.

Best of luck with it all Kent. I was hoping to catch up with you on our way around as it was so nice to meet so many Amel folk as we circumnavigated.  Perhaps look us up in Brisbane when you reach Australia.

Kind regards
Colin

On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 11:03 PM karkauai via Groups.Io <karkauai=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Congratulations on your circumnavigation, Colin and Lauren!  We aren’t quite that ambitious, but we are starting our 5 to 10 year cruising plan through the Caribbean, South Pacific, and Mediterranean. I think we will probably ship the boat from Australia to Turkey.  How has being at shore felt, after all that time at sea?

Kent Robertson
S/V Kristy
SM 243

On Oct 24, 2019, at 8:36 AM, islandpearl2_sm2k332 <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:


Hi Teun

We have just arrived back in Australia after completing our circumnavigation this week. Right now we are in Bundaberg for a few weeks but will return home to Brisbane soon around mid-November.

Please do not ever consider leaving your Amel on an anchor anywhere in Brisbane. That was not good advice at all.

In terms of Brisbane Marinas, we choose a small fairly unknown marina called Newport Marina to berth SV island Pearl II since it is safe, within walking distance from the train to the city and airport. It is a quiet residential type marina with old, but well-kept facilities, and has plenty of car parking right near the boat. It is not a lively place with shops and restaurants, but we like it quiet and it is surrounded by nice upmarket waterfront homes on a canal system. This in our view makes it the safest marina in Brisbane if a tropical storm should ever hit, which is almost impossible. 

Fortunately, the prices there also very reasonable since it is not well known that the entrance channel has recently been deepened, and this was also not shown on the Navionics charts. Most cruisers would not be aware that they could get in there, but it is now at least  2m at low tide LAT, so it is easy to get your Amel in there at most times other than just an hour or two either side of absolute low tides. You can contact the Manager "Mandy" on email: info@..., or call her on and ask her if she has any free spots on D Berth facing the main channel as Island Pearl II is normally there, and am happy to keep a good eye on any Amels who berth near Island Pearl II. Unfortunately, I think there was recently only one space available, so if interested then try to contact her soon and mention me in case that helps get you in. The marina is located at 158 Griffith Road, Newport, QLD 4020... Phone: 07 3203 5855 

The marina/boatyard called "Laurie's Marina" in Mooloolaba is also a reasonable option, and I am aware that they did lift an Amel 53 there a few years ago, and built a nice hardtop for it, and the owner was happy with all the work they did. 

The other marina to consider is Scarborough Marina (very near Newport Marina) which has a fully working boatyard, however, their travel lift is a bit small, so I personally would not lift even my Amel 53 there. Contact them on +61 7 3880 0300 - website www.scarbmarina.com.au.

In terms of having Copper Coat work done I would firstly trust the "BOATWORKS" boatyard on the Gold Coast the most. That is where I always haul out Island Pearl II for normal antifouling paint and prop shaft / Bowthruster servicing, but I do the servicing myself and use them for the paint job. It is without any doubt the best boatyard we have come across anywhere in the world and has all the expertise and parts you could need right there. Prices are not bad too. You can contact them on admin@the boatworks.com.au or phone +61 7 55 000 000 and speak to the manager about who has the best copper coat application experience in his yard. If you have an Autoprop, there is the Australian Autoprop agent right there too who recently replaced my autoprop bearings there and did a great job.

Finally, Teuns, check with Boatworks about long term out of water storage for your Amel too. I have been away from Australia for 3 years now but recently heard that Boatworks now have this service too. That could be a good option for you too.

Best of luck with it and safe travels over to Australia

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Bundaberg Port Marina

Now that we have completed our circumnavigation, Island Pearl II is finally really for sale. Contact me direct via email for prices. She is Australian Duty and GST Paid and UK registered. 









On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 7:25 PM Teun BAAS <teun@...> wrote:
I am leaving around November 10 2019 from NOUMEA to AUSTRALIA; probably north of BRISBANE and south of BUNDABERG.
 
Can anybody recommend a safe & affordable marina where I can leave the boat for 8 weeks or so (Dec 12, 2019 thru Feb 12, 2020) and then have her, in the vicinity, hauled out for copper coat anti-fouling plus additional 2 yearly A54 maintenance. One of my previous AUSSIE crew, living in the area, is suggesting leaving her on anchor as it is free but I prefer a slip or on the hard while I am in USA.
 
Somebody here in NOUMEA suggested MOOLOOLABA QLD – I have no clue 😊
 
I am flying out of & back in (with a lot of luggage) BRISBANE so will need to have access to transportation to & from International Airport.
 
Any yards; trades people in the area familiar with AMEL?
 
Appreciate your help & suggestions.
 
Best Regards Teun
SV AMELIT  A54  #128
 
NOUMEA  NEW CALEDONIA
October 24, 2019 20:23:20
 
 
 
 
 


--
Colin Streeter
0411 016 445


--
Colin Streeter
0411 016 445

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Mark McGovern
 

You could have some water in the diesel tank.  The fact that the boat has been sitting idle for a few months has given plenty of time for condensation to form inside the tank and settle to the bottom of the tank.   

--
Mark McGovern
SM #440 Cara
Deale, MD USA

Re: Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

Courtney Gorman
 

check the impeller in the water pump


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Garver via Groups.Io <mgarver@...>
To: main <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Oct 24, 2019 8:37 am
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Yanmar Diesel Won't Stay Running

It's been several months since my wife and I left our boat up in the Chesapeake and upon arrival today to have it hauled for a long over due cleaning. The Yanmar diesel fired right up, but then after a couple of minutes dies. Wait a couple of minutes and it fires right up again, runs for a couple of minutes and shuts off. It runs smoothly and fires up instantly so it doesn't sound like she's starving for fuel or air. The engine only has 30 hours and has be very reliable.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Mark
S/V It's Good
SM #105