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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] 1985 Sharki #123

nigel <nigel@...>
 

Hi Roy



I noticed your email about selling your sharki. I'd be interested in seeing
any photos you might have. We lived on a Catalina 400 off the east coast of
Australia for a couple of years up to two years ago and then sold her. We
are now looking for another yacht. We have been looking at Amels and a
Sharki may be what we are looking for. It sounds as though you have her
beautifully set up. Any information you can send me would be great to see.



Regards



Nigel Tanner

BTLi Pty Ltd

PO Box 270 Carlton North,

Victoria, Australia 3054

<http://www.btli.com.au> www.btli.com.au

Tel: +61 418 142 942



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From: Roy A. Duddy, Esq. [mailto:rduddy.duddylawoffices@...]
Sent: Monday, 27 September 2004 1:29 AM
To: Amel yacht owners (E-mail)
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] 1985 Sharki #123



I will be selling my 1985 Sharki shortly. She has brand new sails, new
Robertson autopilot [integrated with chartplotter]), new Raymarine color
Radar, Chartplotter with C-Map NT+++, depth/fishfinder at the helm and chart
table, GPS, batteries, alternators, the Perkins 4-108 50hp diesel has less
that 100 hours after a complete rebuild, new Plexiglas, new lines, etc. I
was preparing to take her to the Bahamas and sail for the next few years.
But have had a change in health that prevents that now. She is located at
Kittery, Maine. If you are aware of anyone who might be interested let them
know. Asking price is $129,900.00 U.S.

Duddy Law Offices
175 Route 101
Bedford, NH 03110
603-472-8500
603-472-7333 Fax
rduddy.duddylawoffices@...







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[Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Watermakers

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

Message text written by INTERNET:amelyachtowners@...
<
Hard not to be confused ! You are slightly wrong...the instruction is to
switch the machine on and when the high pressure pump kicks in after about
a minute, to then turn the knob to increase the pressure up to the green
section on the gauge.
The system has a salinity monitor which Amel's handbook says should be
cleaned from time to time. With a normal watermaker this monitor opens a
solenoid valve when the water passing over it is pure and closes it so that
the output goes back into the sea if the output is not desalinated
properly.
It seems that the Amel version of the Dessalator does not work in this way.
If you switch it on without turning up the pressurising knob the green
"good quality" light will come on after 120 seconds regardless at which
time you will hear a click which, I think, must be the solenoid valve
opening. This would not matter much if the machine is pressurised and makes
pure drinking water. It seems that the monitor is not connected to anything
!!!!
My understanding of Blue Marines experience is that there is another
problem with their machine so that it is not desalinating and as the
monitor is not connected salt water is pumped into their watertank.
Clearly, if this is the case, it could create a major problem in a
transoceanic voyage and as they say salt water does not improve all the
equipment dependent on fresh water (including human beings).
Perhaps I am misunderstanding the situation but no doubt this forum will
get to the bottom of it.

Best wishes to all, Anne and John on Bali
Hai SM319


Re: Watermakers

baligand2001 <baligand@...>
 

Hello,
Actually there is a new French site on which I took the liberty
of posting your message. The address is www.forum-voiliers-amel.net

Philippe Guyot
Baligand SM 245


--- In amelyachtowners@..., Anne and John Hollamby
<hollamby@c...> wrote:
I have had an alarming Email from the owner Yves Martin
d'Aigueperse SM
311, Blue Marine, which I copy below. Can anyone provide helpful
input
which I will forward as, for some strange reason their attempts to
join
this site have been rejected.

Dear Anne and John,
Thank you for your last mail together with the technical details.
As to my salty water, I am sure it comes from the Watermaker, a
220/24V.
with less than 500 hours.
A few weeks ago, I took water at the outlet of the equipment and
the salt
rate was so high that the test meter was saying: immeasurable,
which means
2000 ppm. Mixed in the tanks, I had at that time 1335 ppm, but
certainly
more when not mixed with marina water.
I had noticed, several months ago, that the good quality light was
put on
after 2 minutes, even with no H.P, so with no production. I was
told by
AMEL that it was normal. At that time I was inclined to believe
AMEL.

At the same time, Another S.M. 2000, a Swiss, told me that the
salinity
automatism, which is supposed to survey the salt rate, alert in
case of bad
quality and send the water back to sea, was not connected. I could
not
believe that. Now, I am pretty sure it is the truth.
I wrote Patrick WAGNER, M.D. of Dessalator (dessalator@w...)
asking
a few technical information. He always replied without answering
precisely
my questions. He finally had to admit that I was right, it was a
deliberate
choice to send water, even salty, in the tanks. All that, without
any kind
of alarm, and leaving the Good Quality light on. Till when????
You can imagine the disasters it can cause on equipment which are
not
designed for salty water: pump, pipes, expansion tanks, faucets and
thermostats, anti-bacterial ceramic filters Some happened to me
without I
could understand why.

The entire equipment is not in conformity with promotional and
technical
docs and explanation which were provided on commissioning of the
boat.

I asked Dessalator to put my installation in conformity with the
spec. I am
still waiting for the answer.
Taking into consideration the high level of risk, I suggest that
everyone
should test his equipment: It is easy to see if the good quality
light gets
on according to a chronometric basis (~2 min) even without water
production and if there is no voltage arriving at the salinity
probe.
Fortunately, it is not as bad as your salt water problem.

As to your HP pump problem, you have to be careful that no air
gets in when
in function: cavitations with high pressure destroys the valves;
This can
happen if your anti-pulse device is not functioning well, or if
air enters
because the boat is listed(?) on portside; The recommended primary
pump is
not installed on our boats, and all the water (Engine, genset,
toilets, .)
enters by the same hole.

As to the forum question, I got connected, filled an internet
application
form, had an acknowledgement of receipt, and a few days latter,
received a
mail saying : Not admitted, without explanation.
Another friend of mine was, also, most surprised of this rejection.
I will try again, but..???? I dont understand why they rejected me.

A French speaking forum could also be useful for non English
speaking
people. An exchange/ translation could be interesting, but probably
difficult to organise.

My insurance company just advised me of a new increase of price
(+70% in 4
years). As for you??? Do you know, through the forum, of a
comparative
analysis?

Hopefully, we will be able to leave Puerto la Cruz shortly , when
we will
have received the watermaker parts, and we will not be connected
before
Bonaire, in 3 to 4 weeks.

Greetings from Marie-Christine and Yves.


P.S. Should you be interested, I join my detailed correspondence
exchanges
with Dessalator. Your are not obliged to read. It is in French,
but I am
quite sure yours is good enough to understand, and you could find
some help
from other Yachties.


Re: Watermakers

jjwiggin02 <no_reply@...>
 

I may be confused and I am away from my boat, but it seems to me that
the operating instructions are to switch the watermaker on with the
highpressure valve fully counterclockwise UNTIL the quality light
turns green, and then adjust the high pressure to the green range. I
never did understand exactly what quality the green light is
'measuring' since in theory the watermaker would not be making any new
water at that point. Certainly hope this all gets clarified, and in
English as well as French.

Jim Wiggin
ANTARES SM 378

--- In amelyachtowners@..., Anne and John Hollamby
<hollamby@c...> wrote:
I have had an alarming Email from the owner Yves Martin d'Aigueperse
SM
311, Blue Marine, which I copy below. Can anyone provide helpful
input
which I will forward as, for some strange reason their attempts to
join
this site have been rejected.

Dear Anne and John,
Thank you for your last mail together with the technical details.
As to my salty water, I am sure it comes from the Watermaker, a
220/24V.
with less than 500 hours.
A few weeks ago, I took water at the outlet of the equipment and
the salt
rate was so high that the test meter was saying: immeasurable, which
means
2000 ppm. Mixed in the tanks, I had at that time 1335 ppm, but
certainly
more when not mixed with marina water.
I had noticed, several months ago, that the good quality light was
put on
after 2 minutes, even with no H.P, so with no production. I was
told by
AMEL that it was normal. At that time I was inclined to believe
AMEL.

At the same time, Another S.M. 2000, a Swiss, told me that the
salinity
automatism, which is supposed to survey the salt rate, alert in case
of bad
quality and send the water back to sea, was not connected. I could
not
believe that. Now, I am pretty sure it is the truth.
I wrote Patrick WAGNER, M.D. of Dessalator (dessalator@w...) asking
a few technical information. He always replied without answering
precisely
my questions. He finally had to admit that I was right, it was a
deliberate
choice to send water, even salty, in the tanks. All that, without
any kind
of alarm, and leaving the Good Quality light on. Till when????
You can imagine the disasters it can cause on equipment which are
not
designed for salty water: pump, pipes, expansion tanks, faucets and
thermostats, anti-bacterial ceramic filters Some happened to me
without I
could understand why.

The entire equipment is not in conformity with promotional and
technical
docs and explanation which were provided on commissioning of the
boat.

I asked Dessalator to put my installation in conformity with the
spec. I am
still waiting for the answer.
Taking into consideration the high level of risk, I suggest that
everyone
should test his equipment: It is easy to see if the good quality
light gets
on according to a chronometric basis (~2 min) even without water
production and if there is no voltage arriving at the salinity
probe.
Fortunately, it is not as bad as your salt water problem.

As to your HP pump problem, you have to be careful that no air gets
in when
in function: cavitations with high pressure destroys the valves;
This can
happen if your anti-pulse device is not functioning well, or if air
enters
because the boat is listed(?) on portside; The recommended primary
pump is
not installed on our boats, and all the water (Engine, genset,
toilets, .)
enters by the same hole.

As to the forum question, I got connected, filled an internet
application
form, had an acknowledgement of receipt, and a few days latter,
received a
mail saying : Not admitted, without explanation.
Another friend of mine was, also, most surprised of this rejection.
I will try again, but..???? I dont understand why they rejected me.

A French speaking forum could also be useful for non English
speaking
people. An exchange/ translation could be interesting, but probably
difficult to organise.

My insurance company just advised me of a new increase of price
(+70% in 4
years). As for you??? Do you know, through the forum, of a
comparative
analysis?

Hopefully, we will be able to leave Puerto la Cruz shortly , when we
will
have received the watermaker parts, and we will not be connected
before
Bonaire, in 3 to 4 weeks.

Greetings from Marie-Christine and Yves.


P.S. Should you be interested, I join my detailed correspondence
exchanges
with Dessalator. Your are not obliged to read. It is in French, but
I am
quite sure yours is good enough to understand, and you could find
some help
from other Yachties.


Watermakers

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

I have had an alarming Email from the owner Yves Martin d'Aigueperse SM
311, Blue Marine, which I copy below. Can anyone provide helpful input
which I will forward as, for some strange reason their attempts to join
this site have been rejected.

Dear Anne and John,
Thank you for your last mail together with the technical details.
As to my salty water, I am sure it comes from the Watermaker, a 220/24V.
with less than 500 hours.
A few weeks ago, I took water at the outlet of the equipment and the salt
rate was so high that the test meter was saying: immeasurable, which means
2000 ppm. Mixed in the tanks, I had at that time 1335 ppm, but certainly
more when not mixed with marina water.
I had noticed, several months ago, that the good quality light was put on
after 2 minutes, even with no H.P, so with no production. I was told by
AMEL that it was normal. At that time I was inclined to believe AMEL.

At the same time, Another S.M. 2000, a Swiss, told me that the salinity
automatism, which is supposed to survey the salt rate, alert in case of bad
quality and send the water back to sea, was not connected. I could not
believe that. Now, I am pretty sure it is the truth.
I wrote Patrick WAGNER, M.D. of Dessalator (dessalator@...) asking
a few technical information. He always replied without answering precisely
my questions. He finally had to admit that I was right, it was a deliberate
choice to send water, even salty, in the tanks. All that, without any kind
of alarm, and leaving the Good Quality light on. Till when????
You can imagine the disasters it can cause on equipment which are not
designed for salty water: pump, pipes, expansion tanks, faucets and
thermostats, anti-bacterial ceramic filters Some happened to me without I
could understand why.

The entire equipment is not in conformity with promotional and technical
docs and explanation which were provided on commissioning of the boat.

I asked Dessalator to put my installation in conformity with the spec. I am
still waiting for the answer.
Taking into consideration the high level of risk, I suggest that everyone
should test his equipment: It is easy to see if the good quality light gets
on according to a chronometric basis (~2 min) even without water
production and if there is no voltage arriving at the salinity probe.
Fortunately, it is not as bad as your salt water problem.

As to your HP pump problem, you have to be careful that no air gets in when
in function: cavitations with high pressure destroys the valves; This can
happen if your anti-pulse device is not functioning well, or if air enters
because the boat is listed(?) on portside; The recommended primary pump is
not installed on our boats, and all the water (Engine, genset, toilets, .)
enters by the same hole.

As to the forum question, I got connected, filled an internet application
form, had an acknowledgement of receipt, and a few days latter, received a
mail saying : Not admitted, without explanation.
Another friend of mine was, also, most surprised of this rejection.
I will try again, but..???? I dont understand why they rejected me.

A French speaking forum could also be useful for non English speaking
people. An exchange/ translation could be interesting, but probably
difficult to organise.

My insurance company just advised me of a new increase of price (+70% in 4
years). As for you??? Do you know, through the forum, of a comparative
analysis?

Hopefully, we will be able to leave Puerto la Cruz shortly , when we will
have received the watermaker parts, and we will not be connected before
Bonaire, in 3 to 4 weeks.

Greetings from Marie-Christine and Yves.


P.S. Should you be interested, I join my detailed correspondence exchanges
with Dessalator. Your are not obliged to read. It is in French, but I am
quite sure yours is good enough to understand, and you could find some help
from other Yachties.


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Amel Santorin

P. Aebersold <paebersold@...>
 

Hi Slavko
I have been evaulating Amel boats recently and have just bought an used
Super Maramu.
I have been in discussion with Mr. Rüti from Switzerland for a Santorin.
This boat is in a very good condition:
His address: renos@... He must actually be on a boats trip to
greece.
Look also at
www.mysunrise.ch/users/blackrock

best regards

Paul




[P. Aebersold] -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: slavko_despotovic [mailto:slavko.despotovic@...]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 30. September 2004 09:24
An: amelyachtowners@...
Betreff: [Amel Yacht Owners] Amel Santorin


Dear all,

I am considering buying one of the Amel Santorin currently on the
used boats market. There is not much of the info about this Amel
model. I would appreciate any information, experience, plan....
about this boat.
We currently own Bavaria 40 Ocean. With her we have sailed more than
4000 miles in Med this year.

Best regards,

Slavko


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Re: Amel Santorin

lololjljlj
 

You will find an article in the monthly french magazine "voiles et
voiliers" http://www.voilesetvoiliers.com/ intitled 38000 milles en
Santorin. Voiles et voiliers can be bought any where in france or
can be bought on line.

emmanuel cocq-hougard
french sail instructor and stcw sail deck officer


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "slavko_despotovic"
<slavko.despotovic@p...> wrote:
Dear all,

I am considering buying one of the Amel Santorin currently on the
used boats market. There is not much of the info about this Amel
model. I would appreciate any information, experience, plan....
about this boat.
We currently own Bavaria 40 Ocean. With her we have sailed more
than
4000 miles in Med this year.

Best regards,

Slavko


Amel Santorin

slavko_despotovic <slavko.despotovic@...>
 

Dear all,

I am considering buying one of the Amel Santorin currently on the
used boats market. There is not much of the info about this Amel
model. I would appreciate any information, experience, plan....
about this boat.
We currently own Bavaria 40 Ocean. With her we have sailed more than
4000 miles in Med this year.

Best regards,

Slavko


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] mango sailors / owners

tom mcguffy <tmcguffy@...>
 

Thanks for your inquiry. We will send you more info when we find a computer that we can upload to. We average 180 miles per day on ocean passages. Our best day is 196 miles. The boat is fastest downwind. Mr. Amel raced this particular boat across the Atlantic averaging 8.4 ks and came in 3rd over all in the Trans-Alizees. She is a 1985 model launched in late 1984. Best Regards, Tom McGuffy

From: "salsman2" <salsman@...>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@...
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] mango sailors / owners
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 15:15:28 -0000

Good Morning:

I am considering purchasing a Mango. I would like to get some idea
how fast or slow they are under sail.
Can you tell me how many miles per day you average while making ocean
passages? Average wind strength on these passages?
Miles per day while beating?
WMiles per day while reaching?
Miles per day while running?

Thank you for your help.
Regards

Rick Salsman
s/v Aisling I


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

I agree Alex

I would definatly not want just the autopilot as my only means of
steering. Do you know if the rod can be removed form the cable and be
repaired or replaced?

Thanks

Vito


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Alejandro Paquin"
<alex.paquin@u...> wrote:
Eric:
Unless the existing damage makes it impossible to use the second
cable, I would not advise putting the full strain of the rudder on
the autipilot alone: what if the autopilot fails or disengages? You
would have no way of steering the boat and would force you to
depend
only on the emergency tiller.

Alex
s/v Simpatico







--- In amelyachtowners@..., asm283 <no_reply@y...>
wrote:
Hi Eric

Thanks for the information. Yes I can disconnect the steering and
go
by autopilot. I will do that if I have to but I would rather
relace
or repair the bent rod if possible. I also think that one rod
will
steer al least on a temporary basis. Any ideas on replacing this
rod
would be helpfull.

Vito



--- In amelyachtowners@..., kimberlite
<kimberlite@o...>
wrote:
Vito,

Can you disconnect the steering cables and steer just using the
autopilot
mounted to the rudder post?

You can also rig the emergency tiller to get to a safer island.

I am glad to hear you made it.

Fairer winds,

Eric

Kimberlite







_____

From: asm283 [mailto:no_reply@...]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 11:59 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering



Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does
not
seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to
temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire
cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino






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1985 Sharki #123

Roy A. Duddy, Esq. <rduddy.duddylawoffices@...>
 

I will be selling my 1985 Sharki shortly. She has brand new sails, new
Robertson autopilot [integrated with chartplotter]), new Raymarine color
Radar, Chartplotter with C-Map NT+++, depth/fishfinder at the helm and chart
table, GPS, batteries, alternators, the Perkins 4-108 50hp diesel has less
that 100 hours after a complete rebuild, new Plexiglas, new lines, etc. I
was preparing to take her to the Bahamas and sail for the next few years.
But have had a change in health that prevents that now. She is located at
Kittery, Maine. If you are aware of anyone who might be interested let them
know. Asking price is $129,900.00 U.S.

Duddy Law Offices
175 Route 101
Bedford, NH 03110
603-472-8500
603-472-7333 Fax
rduddy.duddylawoffices@...


mango sailors / owners

salsman2 <salsman@...>
 

Good Morning:

I am considering purchasing a Mango. I would like to get some idea
how fast or slow they are under sail.
Can you tell me how many miles per day you average while making ocean
passages? Average wind strength on these passages?
Miles per day while beating?
WMiles per day while reaching?
Miles per day while running?

Thank you for your help.
Regards

Rick Salsman
s/v Aisling I


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering

Alejandro Paquin
 

Eric:
Unless the existing damage makes it impossible to use the second
cable, I would not advise putting the full strain of the rudder on
the autipilot alone: what if the autopilot fails or disengages? You
would have no way of steering the boat and would force you to depend
only on the emergency tiller.

Alex
s/v Simpatico







--- In amelyachtowners@..., asm283 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Hi Eric

Thanks for the information. Yes I can disconnect the steering and
go
by autopilot. I will do that if I have to but I would rather relace
or repair the bent rod if possible. I also think that one rod will
steer al least on a temporary basis. Any ideas on replacing this
rod
would be helpfull.

Vito



--- In amelyachtowners@..., kimberlite
<kimberlite@o...>
wrote:
Vito,

Can you disconnect the steering cables and steer just using the
autopilot
mounted to the rudder post?

You can also rig the emergency tiller to get to a safer island.

I am glad to hear you made it.

Fairer winds,

Eric

Kimberlite







_____

From: asm283 [mailto:no_reply@...]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 11:59 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering



Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does not
seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to
temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire
cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino






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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Hi Eric

Thanks for the information. Yes I can disconnect the steering and go
by autopilot. I will do that if I have to but I would rather relace
or repair the bent rod if possible. I also think that one rod will
steer al least on a temporary basis. Any ideas on replacing this rod
would be helpfull.

Vito



--- In amelyachtowners@..., kimberlite <kimberlite@o...>
wrote:
Vito,

Can you disconnect the steering cables and steer just using the
autopilot
mounted to the rudder post?

You can also rig the emergency tiller to get to a safer island.

I am glad to hear you made it.

Fairer winds,

Eric

Kimberlite







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From: asm283 [mailto:no_reply@...]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 11:59 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering



Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does not
seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to
temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino






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Re: help with steering

Alejandro Paquin
 

My understanding is that, if your system is like the Maramu's, one
cable should be enough to steer the boat at least on a temporary
basis. It seems to me two cables is a redundant feature whichis part
of Amel's solid steering system.

Alex Paquin
s/v Simpatico



--- In amelyachtowners@..., asm283 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does not
seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to
temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering

eric freedman
 

Vito,

Can you disconnect the steering cables and steer just using the autopilot
mounted to the rudder post?

You can also rig the emergency tiller to get to a safer island.

I am glad to hear you made it.

Fairer winds,

Eric

Kimberlite







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From: asm283 [mailto:no_reply@...]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 11:59 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] help with steering



Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does not seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino






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help with steering

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Hello

My Super Maramu was in Grenada for Ivan. Thankfully she does not seem
to be heavely damaged. However, one of the steering rods that
attaches to the rudder quadrant was bent. Does anyone have any
experience in replacing this item.

In order for me to get the boat out of Grenada I need to temporarely
repair this item.

can the rod assembly be replaced without replacing the entire cable.

Has anyone steered the boat with just one rod attached.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Euros autopilot

Szabó Géza
 

Dear Eduardo,

thank you for your reply. Yes, I would love to see those pictures!
How do you connect the drive unit to the quadrant? and the steering position
sensor?

I think I will go with the same solution.:-)

Cheers

Geza

-----Original Message-----
From: Eduardo Conde [mailto:corposervices@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2004 2:30 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Euros autopilot


Dear friend:
I am in the same situation and at this time I am installing an autohelm
st 5000 auto pilotwith with linear drive connected directly to the cane of
the helm, from the floor of the stern cabin, if you want it I can send you
the next week the pictures of the installation.

Cordial greetings
Eduardo Conde
Samadhi Caracas Venezuela

Rotorman <rotorman@...> wrote:
Dear Euros owners,

I'm looking for an autopilot solution for my Euros. External units are not
my opinion. Any solutions, you could make? Or any replacement unit for the
original (under kitchen cover) autopilot?

Thanks

Geza Szabo
http://rotorman.hu


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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Euros autopilot

Eduardo Conde <corposervices@...>
 

Dear friend:
I am in the same situation and at this time I am installing an autohelm st 5000 auto pilotwith with linear drive connected directly to the cane of the helm, from the floor of the stern cabin, if you want it I can send you the next week the pictures of the installation.

Cordial greetings
Eduardo Conde
Samadhi Caracas Venezuela

Rotorman <rotorman@...> wrote:
Dear Euros owners,

I'm looking for an autopilot solution for my Euros. External units are not
my opinion. Any solutions, you could make? Or any replacement unit for the
original (under kitchen cover) autopilot?

Thanks

Geza Szabo
http://rotorman.hu


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[Amel Yacht Owners] !2 Volt Electric Motor for 1984 Mango

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

Message text written by INTERNET:amelyachtowners@...
<
Are you sure that the original motor cannot be repaired either by a
machinist or a rewinding specialist? We get too carried away in this throw
away society.
I severely damaged the cones and mainshaft on my Lofrans anchor winch
whilst in Croatia because I had failed to grease the cones regularly as
advised in the instructions. The British Agents did not have many of the
parts in stock but could get them rushed through in 5-6 weeks before
sending them on to me and the costs were horrendous. The Manager of the
Dubrovnic Bestsail charter company put me in touch with a local mechanic
who succeeded in dismantling it ( just about all the machine screws etc.
were seized solid after 3 1/2 years and had to be heat treated to free them
). This took about seven hours and he returned at 5pm the next day having
made new keyways in one cone and the mainshaft, cleaned up the distorted
mainshaft and made a new cone. He rebuilt the winch which is now good as
new and the cost was approx 300 euros.

Good luck, Anne and John, Bali Hai, SM 319