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Re: Amel owners websites

hns154es <hns154es@...>
 

SM #158 = http://nathape.sailingsite.org :-))


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "bearvision2000"
<CaptMunro@c...> wrote:
Is there anywhere in the Yahoo groups where we can see where the Amel
owners websites are if they have public websites? I think it would
be
fun to read their adventures.

Steve


Amel owners websites

bearvision2000 <CaptMunro@...>
 

Is there anywhere in the Yahoo groups where we can see where the Amel
owners websites are if they have public websites? I think it would be
fun to read their adventures.

Steve


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

PFM53 <pfm53@...>
 

Hi Mark

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We were out of the country and I
was unable to check email.

Are there specific details you would like to know? We are asking $350,000 if
we sell her before bringing her back to the US and lising with Joel Potter. I
am not sure what price he will put on it. I do have some pictures and I will
locate them and send them to you.

Jerry Trimm

------ Original Message ------
Received: Thu, 12 May 2005 06:38:12 AM PDT
From: "Shann, Mark V" <shannmv@...>
To: <amelyachtowners@...>
Subject: RE: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Hi Jerry, I have an 1984 Maramu and am looking to move up. Based in Med,
but may more to Trinidad next year, could you send me some more details,
price and if poss, photos,

Thanks

Mark Shann
Synnefoula

-----Original Message-----
From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of PFM53
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 6:36 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Hi all

After much agonizing, my wife and I have decided to sell our 1995 Super
Maramu. When we bought her, we thought we were going to retire, but
have since discovered we are not quite ready to so yet. So, the
following is a brief description of "PFM":

The boat is US Coast Guard Registry

The aft cabin has a double bed with Vanity

The engine has been well maintained and we have never had a problem with
it.
It has approximately 2500 hours. Generator (also never had a problem)
has approximately 1600 hours

We have really had very few problems with the boat.

The inerior of the boat is very clean, no problems with the headliner
and minimal wear on any of the wood.

Following is a list of updates or additions

Full complitement of new sails (we replaced them in Oct 2002, sailed
across the Atlantic, then sailed to Trinidad - total use less than 6
months) as well as the old sails still in good shape, as spares

New hot water heater (used 1 month)

New windlass (used 1 month) - old one as spare

New mainsail electric motor (used 6 months)

SeaTel 2894 stabilized TV antenna - LNB for both Americas and Europe

Bezzenzoni hydraulic passarel (new in Oct 2002)


PowerStat 3000 110v charger/inverter and original 220v charger

Furuno integrated Radar/GPS display at both helm and nav station below

New batteries (I will be putting new ones in next month)

Custom-made Subrella bimini/cockpit cover/mosquito net and shade cover
(replaced the stock bimini and raised it to accomodate our height)

CD changer

Furuno Weather FAX

AB aluminum bottom 3.2 meter dinghy with Honda 15HP 4 stroke engine
(both purchased in 2000, but used very little)

She is currently in Trinidad and we will be moving her up to Florida in
the next month or so to be listed with Joel. If anyone is interested,
please contect us for more details.

Jerry Trimm
PFM




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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] ICW and mast height

amelliahona <no_reply@...>
 

We just sailed from Ft. Lauderdale to Charleston South Carolina. We
went outside except for a short span from Beufort, SC northward. I
echo what Joel has said. In addition to all the anxiety about depth,
narrow shallow areas, and bridges be aware that the water will stain
your hull brown. I spent a couple of hours washing (buffing) just 16
hours worth of brown water travel stain from the bow area of the
boat.

That said I would highly recommend a trip up the rivers to Svannah,
Georgia and Beufort, South Carolina. There is a 65 ft fixed bridge
coming north up the river towards Beufort but it can be safely
negotiated as long as at least 5 1/2 boards are seen on the bridge
dolphin (per the Port Royal Marina that lies alongside the bridge).
The tide here is about 7 feet. Beufort was worth the effort.

We enjoyed both of these places immensely.

Regards, Gary Silver Liahona SM 2000 Hull # 335


Re: Chain Counter

Alain dHYLAS
 

Hi Yves,

Unfortunately I don't have the solution to repair your chain meter
counter in Panama... but, until it will be repaired, may I suggest a
small and inexpensive product called " Chain Rainbow" manufactured by
an Italian company "Osculati" (www.osculati.com)

They are small plastic "diabolos" (8 of each color) of very bright
colors, inserted inside each chain link, every 5 meters and this will
allow you to see how much chain you had paid out..

They are very efficient and as a liveaboard sailor, I've been using
them continuously since 4 years now..

Fair winds and peaceful anchorages,

Alain


Heat exchangers

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Dear Olivier and John, Thank you for your useful comments.I do know that Onan rather pride themselves on looking after their customers way after the warranty period, so I will have another go with the UK branch this summer. Who knows, between all of us we might get them to change.In all other respects the Onan has proved totally reliable. Ian


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Randy Kilmon <drifter01us@...>
 

Just a reminder. "Drifter" is also for sale. She is a
1999 SM 2000, hull # 240. The boat has just had a
professional wax job and two coats of bottom paint.
Also, a new Garmin chartplotter has been installed in
the cockpit.
She is ready for cruising anywhere.
Asking price: $455,000.
See photos and all the details at:
sydrifter.home.comcast.net
(don't put "www" before the address)


Call Randy Kilmon (804) 436-9410

--- "Shann, Mark V" <shannmv@...> wrote:
Hi Jerry, I have an 1984 Maramu and am looking to
move up. Based in Med,
but may more to Trinidad next year, could you send
me some more details,
price and if poss, photos,

Thanks

Mark Shann
Synnefoula

-----Original Message-----
From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf
Of PFM53
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 6:36 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Hi all

After much agonizing, my wife and I have decided to
sell our 1995 Super
Maramu. When we bought her, we thought we were
going to retire, but
have since discovered we are not quite ready to so
yet. So, the
following is a brief description of "PFM":

The boat is US Coast Guard Registry

The aft cabin has a double bed with Vanity

The engine has been well maintained and we have
never had a problem with
it.
It has approximately 2500 hours. Generator (also
never had a problem)
has approximately 1600 hours

We have really had very few problems with the boat.

The inerior of the boat is very clean, no problems
with the headliner
and minimal wear on any of the wood.

Following is a list of updates or additions

Full complitement of new sails (we replaced them in
Oct 2002, sailed
across the Atlantic, then sailed to Trinidad - total
use less than 6
months) as well as the old sails still in good
shape, as spares

New hot water heater (used 1 month)

New windlass (used 1 month) - old one as spare

New mainsail electric motor (used 6 months)

SeaTel 2894 stabilized TV antenna - LNB for both
Americas and Europe

Bezzenzoni hydraulic passarel (new in Oct 2002)


PowerStat 3000 110v charger/inverter and original
220v charger

Furuno integrated Radar/GPS display at both helm and
nav station below

New batteries (I will be putting new ones in next
month)

Custom-made Subrella bimini/cockpit cover/mosquito
net and shade cover
(replaced the stock bimini and raised it to
accomodate our height)

CD changer

Furuno Weather FAX

AB aluminum bottom 3.2 meter dinghy with Honda 15HP
4 stroke engine
(both purchased in 2000, but used very little)

She is currently in Trinidad and we will be moving
her up to Florida in
the next month or so to be listed with Joel. If
anyone is interested,
please contect us for more details.

Jerry Trimm
PFM




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Onan electrolysis

John and Anne on Bali Hai <hollamby@...>
 

Hi Ian,

I had a problem after 30 months. I had overlooked replacing the anode
in the heat exchanger and it had disintegrated.My unit was grounded
when I got delivery in January 2001. The electrolysis had not damaged
the unit itself so far as I could see BUT the bronze end plates had
become dezincified and the outboard one had cracked right across. Only
the neoprene gasket had saved me from a potentially disastrous
leak.Also the paint was peeling off the unit. I repainted it and
fitted new endplates from Onan.

Strangely enough I have recently replaced the anode after a further 18
months and found it to be in good shape being only about 30-40 percent
wasted and the paint was also perfect. The easiest way to check the
condition of the unit is to take it off completely, also the remains
of the old zinc can be unscrewed from the holder and replaced with a
new zinc at much less cost.

I have no idea why the elecrolysis appears to have stopped. It might
have something to do with the fact that I replaced the magnesium anode
in the hot water heater a year ago and this resulted in the hot water
being 'fizzy' for a couple of months during which time I assume the
new anode disolved. Earlier on the mild steel 5 litre pressure vessel
behind the gen set failed becausse of electrolysis and when I replaced
it I used plastic fittings to connect it and that seems to have solved
that problem (at least the tap water has not started looking rusty red
yet).

Best wishes from Malta, Anne and John Hollamby, Bali Hai No 319


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Shann, Mark V <shannmv@...>
 

Hi Jerry, I have an 1984 Maramu and am looking to move up. Based in Med,
but may more to Trinidad next year, could you send me some more details,
price and if poss, photos,

Thanks

Mark Shann
Synnefoula

-----Original Message-----
From: amelyachtowners@...
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of PFM53
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 6:36 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM for Sale

Hi all

After much agonizing, my wife and I have decided to sell our 1995 Super
Maramu. When we bought her, we thought we were going to retire, but
have since discovered we are not quite ready to so yet. So, the
following is a brief description of "PFM":

The boat is US Coast Guard Registry

The aft cabin has a double bed with Vanity

The engine has been well maintained and we have never had a problem with
it.
It has approximately 2500 hours. Generator (also never had a problem)
has approximately 1600 hours

We have really had very few problems with the boat.

The inerior of the boat is very clean, no problems with the headliner
and minimal wear on any of the wood.

Following is a list of updates or additions

Full complitement of new sails (we replaced them in Oct 2002, sailed
across the Atlantic, then sailed to Trinidad - total use less than 6
months) as well as the old sails still in good shape, as spares

New hot water heater (used 1 month)

New windlass (used 1 month) - old one as spare

New mainsail electric motor (used 6 months)

SeaTel 2894 stabilized TV antenna - LNB for both Americas and Europe

Bezzenzoni hydraulic passarel (new in Oct 2002)


PowerStat 3000 110v charger/inverter and original 220v charger

Furuno integrated Radar/GPS display at both helm and nav station below

New batteries (I will be putting new ones in next month)

Custom-made Subrella bimini/cockpit cover/mosquito net and shade cover
(replaced the stock bimini and raised it to accomodate our height)

CD changer

Furuno Weather FAX

AB aluminum bottom 3.2 meter dinghy with Honda 15HP 4 stroke engine
(both purchased in 2000, but used very little)

She is currently in Trinidad and we will be moving her up to Florida in
the next month or so to be listed with Joel. If anyone is interested,
please contect us for more details.

Jerry Trimm
PFM




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SM for Sale

PFM53 <pfm53@...>
 

Hi all

After much agonizing, my wife and I have decided to sell our 1995 Super
Maramu. When we bought her, we thought we were going to retire, but have
since discovered we are not quite ready to so yet. So, the following is a
brief description of "PFM":

The boat is US Coast Guard Registry

The aft cabin has a double bed with Vanity

The engine has been well maintained and we have never had a problem with it.
It has approximately 2500 hours. Generator (also never had a problem) has
approximately 1600 hours

We have really had very few problems with the boat.

The inerior of the boat is very clean, no problems with the headliner and
minimal wear on any of the wood.

Following is a list of updates or additions

Full complitement of new sails (we replaced them in Oct 2002, sailed across
the Atlantic, then sailed to Trinidad - total use less than 6 months) as well
as the old sails still in good shape, as spares

New hot water heater (used 1 month)

New windlass (used 1 month) - old one as spare

New mainsail electric motor (used 6 months)

SeaTel 2894 stabilized TV antenna - LNB for both Americas and Europe

Bezzenzoni hydraulic passarel (new in Oct 2002)


PowerStat 3000 110v charger/inverter and original 220v charger

Furuno integrated Radar/GPS display at both helm and nav station below

New batteries (I will be putting new ones in next month)

Custom-made Subrella bimini/cockpit cover/mosquito net and shade cover
(replaced the stock bimini and raised it to accomodate our height)

CD changer

Furuno Weather FAX

AB aluminum bottom 3.2 meter dinghy with Honda 15HP 4 stroke engine (both
purchased in 2000, but used very little)

She is currently in Trinidad and we will be moving her up to Florida in the
next month or so to be listed with Joel. If anyone is interested, please
contect us for more details.

Jerry Trimm
PFM


Onan Electrolysis

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Our SM is no 302, June 2000 launch, now with 1950 hours on the Onan.Some time ago I mentioned on this forum that I had suffered from electrolysis on the heat exchanger. This became evident almost from new. Onan UK couldnt understand it, would not confirm that it was electrolysis and told me that in their experience the anode was unnecessary. However, when I showed the problem to La R on a visit there after two years they recognised the problem and added an earth strip from the heat exchanger to the tray.
Unfortunately this did not stop a leak developing in the heat exchanger about a year later. I assumed that the damage must have preceded the addition of the earth strip. I could not get the hole welded as apparently the heat exchanger is mad of some alloy which does not lend itself to repairs of that sort, and so I bought a replacement ( some $300 odd).
However, although earthed from the start, the new exchanger is going the same way ( After about 700 hours). The paint is bubbling up where the seawater intake pipe joins the body of the exchanger, with the metal pitting with a product that looks like salt ( but isnt) and now, ironically, the paint and metal around the anode entry point is following suit.The anode itself is almost untouched.
It seems to me that it is matter of time before this exchanger goes the way of its predecessor, which I have kept and patched with epoxy as an emergency spare.

Has anyone else had this problem...and found a solution?

Having said all this , we have just completed a wonderful season , some 4,500 miles over six months sailing two handed between Puerto Montt in Chile to Piriapolis in Uruguay, via the Chilean canals and Cape Horn ( where we landed and visited the lighthouse keeper and his wife), anchoring in over 50 remote anchorages and finishing with a blast of a sail from the Le Maire straits to Mar del Plata, averaging 174 miles a day for 8 days, with wind speeds topping at 59.7 knots, and the only thing that went wrong the whole season was the light bulb in the fridge which packed up on our last day. About par for the course for an Amel, I guess.
Cheers, Ian and Judy Jenkins, Pen Azen, Piriapolis, Uruguay.


Looking for a crew member to sail from Seattle to Australia

Rob Brennan <brennan@...>
 

Greetings

We are in the process of entering into a swift purchase of Supermaramu 'Serena Azul' from Seattle, USA.

Our timeframe to set sail from San Fransciso is short, and planned departure for Sydney Australia is 28th May.

We'd be keen to hear from any very able sailors, particularly those with Maramu experience, who might be interested in joining the 2 crew - including a Master sailor .

Our email contact is brennan@... or phone Australia 62 6295 9608

We look forward to hearing from you!

Our best wishes

Rob Brennan and Glen McGuire


SULAJON SM #347 ENGINE WON'T RESTART WHEN HOT

jfolino901 <jfolino901@...>
 

I HAVE REPORTED IN THIS FORUM A RECURRING PROBLEM WITH MY YANMAR. IF
I
HAVE MOTORED FOR A WHILE AT SPEED, SHUT THE ENGINE OFF AND
IMMEDIATELY
TRY TO RESTART, IT IS LIKE THE BATERRY IS TOTALLY DEAD!
THAT IS THE STARTER MOTOR DOESN'T ENGAGE, IN FACT THERE ISN'T ANY
SOLENOID CLICK WHATSOEVER. AFTER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME THE ENGINE
WILL
RESTART AS IF NOTHING HAPPENED.
THIS FIRST HAPPENED WHILE I WAS IN GUADELOUPE AND LAURENT CHANGED THE
SOLENOID TO ONE THAT HAS AN OVERRIDE BUTTON ON IT. NOW I MUST HAVE 2
PEOPLE ABOARD. ONE TO PRESS THIS BUTTON, THE OTHER TO TURN THE START
KEY.
HAS ANYONE HAD THIS PROBLEM AND GOT TO THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM?
MIGHT IT BE DUE TO A SAFETY FEATURE THAT WON'T LET THE ENGINE RESTART
IF IT AS TO HOT?
MY YANMAR SERIAL # IS E11660, MODEL # IS 4JH3-TE

SM #347 SULAJON
JOHN FOLINO


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] SULAJON SM #347 ENGINE WON'T RESTART WHEN HOT

svmalaika@...
 

I had a similar problem on MALAIKA II (SM #336) and it turned out to be a
defective "grounding" selenoid. As you may know, AMEL installs a second selenoid
that opens the engine grounding circuit when the engine is off so it is
completely electrically isolated. I replaced that selenoid and have not had a
problem since.

Charlie
MALAIKA II
Barcelona, SPAIN


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] SM Onan Generator smoking badly

svmalaika@...
 

With diesel engines black smoke means a rich mixture which is usually due to
restricted air flow (check and clean air intake). Blue/white smoke means a
lean mixture which is often due to restricted fuel flow (check & clean filters,
pump, etc.). Injectors may be the problem, but if the engine is running fairly
smoothly I'd check other causes first.

Charlie
MALAIKA II
Barcelona, SPAIN


SM Onan Generator smoking badly

Graham Boyd
 

The Onan on my SM is smoking badly when under load. Before I remove the
injecters for cleaning and servicing, has anyone else had this problem
and are there any hidden snags or good to know techniques in the
removal process(the onan instruction book gives no guidance)? Did
cleaning the injecters stop the smoke? My geny has 1600 hours on it and
the injecters don't look as though they have been removed before. I
look forward your comments, as it's still cold in Scotland at this time
of year and I need the fan heaters to work without fumigating those
anchored down wind!

Graham Boyd


Super Maramu for sale

PFM53 <pfm53@...>
 

Hi Joel,

We have a 1995 Super Maramu that we would like to put on the market. We
needed to know how you handle this. Please get in touch with us and let us
know what you need. We can bring her to Ft. Lauderdale, she is currently in
Trinidad.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Catherine Trimm


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Amel Euros 41 happy new owner

Eduardo Conde <corposervices@...>
 

Estimado José Luis:
Tambien soy propietario desde hace 5 años de un Amel Euros 41, resido en Venezuela y durante estos ultimos años he venido restaurando y mejorando algunos aspectos de mi viejo y noble barco.
Me pongo a tu disposición para interncambiar información.

Saludos Cordiales
Eduardo Conde
M/v Samadhi

Jose_Luis Isasi <jose.luis.isasi@...> wrote:

Hello,

I have bought a month ago an Amel Euros 41 hull nr 212.
I am refitting it and I already have taken it to sea in Almeria, near
Gibraltar Strait.

Glad to hear from other Amel owners.
JL





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"THE CAPTAIN"

amelforme
 

Dear Amel Owners,



I regret to inform you that Henri Amel, "THE CAPTAIN" to all of us
associated with Chantiers Amel passed away on Tuesday April 12 just 4 days
shy of his birthday.

Captain Amel would have been 92 years old tomorrow.



I was at the Shipyard in La Rochelle when he passed. The flags were dropped
to half staff, the workers were informed, and everyone paused to consider
the greatness of this man who was, truly, larger than life itself. Those of
you who knew him will fully understand that. Those of you who never had the
pleasure of meeting the Captain, let me just say that he was an extremely
strong willed person who continually made lemonade from all the lemons
tossed in his path throughout his life. He turned his blindness into a
vision that we all reap the rewards from today in the Amel boats we enjoy.
He butted heads with bureaucrats and naysayers who would have denied him the
beginnings of what is now Chantiers Amel.



Alternately (and some would say in equal measure) loved and feared by those
who worked for him, we are all united in our deep respect for the man and
all he created. We will miss his truly unique presence and his powerful
character.



God speed, Captain.



Joel F. Potter,

SM 400 "MARY BROWN"


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Downwind sailind with Ballooner

Krassopoulos Dimitris <dkra@...>
 

Dear All,

I have recently purchased from Gateff an Assymetric Spi ( 140 sqr.m) for
Alma Libre. It works very well below the 90 apparent.
It totally changed the sailing performance of the boat. You can find details
in my web page www.almalibre.gr <http://www.almalibre.gr> .
I recommend it to all SM owners who want to increase the sail use in low
wind conditions going downwind( from 90-120) . The only problem you need
more crew if the wind conditions are not very calm and steady but it is fun.

Regards

Dimitris


_____

From: kimberlite [mailto:kimberlite@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 7:27 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: RE: [Amel Yacht Owners] Downwind sailind with Ballooner


Vito,

Nice to hear from you!!

Make sure you have some spare rivets for the pole ends.

If you dip the pole, the end might come off and need to be riveted.

I find the down wind rig works best from about 160 degrees to dead astern.

I keep it up to about 15-20 knots apparent then furl. I find that my
gennaker gets a lot more use and is quicker to set up.

Fair winds,

Eric

Sm 376 Kimberlite



_____

From: asm283 [mailto:no_reply@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 1:48 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Downwind sailind with Balloner




Hello Everyone.

In the next few weeks I will be starting a hopefully long downwind
run from Guadaloupe to the South Pacific via the Panama Canal.

I have a few questions on the use of the double pole system and the
balloner.

I have set the system up but never did any significant milage.

1- When do you start to reef and what is the proper procedure?

2- What wind angles are best?

3- Do you adjust the poles to be perpendicular to the wind or do you
leave the poles straight out?

4- What wind speed so you take the sytem down?

5- What sail combinations work best?

6-Would you use the mizzen staysail as well?

7- Any other suggestons would be helpfull.

Joel you are welcome to weigh in on this.

Thank you


Vito Ciaravino

Wanderer
ASM#283








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