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Re: 1994 Super Maramu

robglenbrennan <no_reply@...>
 

Arnold, goodmorning

We'd be very interested to hear more about your SuperMaramu.

Please contact us via - brennan@...

Many thanks Rob and Glen Brennan


--- In amelyachtowners@..., pagandaisy <no_reply@y...>
wrote:
I am thinking of selling my 1994 Super Maramu as now living in
California it is just too much of a hassle to get to the
Caribbean.
She is currently at the dock in Tortola, ready to go.

Arnold Grubin


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] 1994 Super Maramu

Derek jarvis <sailorman522000@...>
 

Dear ArnoldWe have been in contact before about your boat.I would be very interested in selling the boat for you as we have a number of clients looking for Supermaramu's.What price are you looking at for the boat?I am a broker with Bollman Yachts in Ft Lauderdale and have a Maramu in my listings at present.Email me at derek@... Derek

pagandaisy <no_reply@...> wrote:I am thinking of selling my 1994 Super Maramu as now living in
California it is just too much of a hassle to get to the Caribbean.
She is currently at the dock in Tortola, ready to go.

Arnold Grubin



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Pre wire for SSB

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Hello

I am about to undertake the installation of an Icom 802 on my Super
Maramu. It seems a straightforward installation. I have several
questions.

1- The SM comes prewired for an SSB. There are 3 wires behind the
removable pannel by the nav station marked BLU 24v. It looks to me as
this is a 24v positive, negative and also a ground. The wires are of
sufficient gage that they can take the voltage. Is this part of the
prewire and is this where the SSB tranmsmitter should be grounded.

2- The antena tuner that is installed in the lazarette. Is there a
ground plate installed in the SM. Is there a grounding point in the
lazarette or should I run the antena ground back to the same point as
the tuner.

3- Is there anything that I should do to help the performance of the
SSB.

Thank You in advance.

Vito

ASM#283


Performance polars

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Hi

Does anyone have performance polars for the Super maramu. I have
purchased the Max Sea program and its routing function needs polars
in order to work. Does Amel have this information.

You can E-mail the file to me or better upload it on this site.

Vciaravino@...

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino
ASM#283


1994 Super Maramu

pagandaisy <no_reply@...>
 

I am thinking of selling my 1994 Super Maramu as now living in
California it is just too much of a hassle to get to the Caribbean.
She is currently at the dock in Tortola, ready to go.

Arnold Grubin


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Digest Number 210

Roger Osborne <rogermike@...>
 

Szabo we did the same on our Euros Beryl Grey and it was simply hard
work by hand finished with sand paper and then resprayed and the lining
renewed. It was a good idea about sharing info on the Euros models.
Roger Osborne (U.K.)

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Topics in this digest:

1. headliner problem
From: Szabó Géza <szabog@...>


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 07 Apr 2003 08:27:35 +0200
From: Szabó Géza <szabog@...>
Subject: headliner problem

Hi All!

The foam backed headliner/ wallcovering that Amel used
in 1979 on my Euros 41 is falling down/off as it seems
the foam has dissolved. I know that this is a common
problem.

How can you remove the foam from the ceiling or the sidewall?
I tries Aceton, it's working, but very slowly and messy.

Any better idea?

Cheers

Geza Szabo
http://www.rotorman.hu/0hajo/a_hajo.htm


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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] headliner problem

Shann, Mark V <shannmv@...>
 

Hi Geza,

I have recently purchased an 1984 Maramu, which had all the head linings
replaced last year, for exactly that reason.
I believe they did use acetone, but beware the fumes.

Apparently it took a long time, and was a really tough job (especially as
all the fittings had to come out and then go back).
But now it does look great.

all the best < Amer (Synnefoula 84 Maramu).

-----Original Message-----
From: Szabó Géza [mailto:szabog@...]
Sent: 07 April 2003 08:28
To: Amelyachtowners
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] headliner problem


Hi All!

The foam backed headliner/ wallcovering that Amel used
in 1979 on my Euros 41 is falling down/off as it seems
the foam has dissolved. I know that this is a common
problem.

How can you remove the foam from the ceiling or the sidewall?
I tries Aceton, it's working, but very slowly and messy.

Any better idea?

Cheers

Geza Szabo
http://www.rotorman.hu/0hajo/a_hajo.htm


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headliner problem

Szabó Géza <szabog@...>
 

Hi All!

The foam backed headliner/ wallcovering that Amel used
in 1979 on my Euros 41 is falling down/off as it seems
the foam has dissolved. I know that this is a common
problem.

How can you remove the foam from the ceiling or the sidewall?
I tries Aceton, it's working, but very slowly and messy.

Any better idea?

Cheers

Geza Szabo
http://www.rotorman.hu/0hajo/a_hajo.htm


Re: Chain counter

hns154es <hns154es@...>
 

I ordered directly from
http://www.ifmefector.com/ifmus/web/home.htm. Unfortunately I have
not the Part-No by hand. The Part-No is written on the chain counter.
Best regards
Hanspeter Wehrli SM #158


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Vicente Pereda"
<VPEREDA@t...> wrote:
Hallo everybody,
I am trying to replace the chain counter in the cockpit in my SM
sn 107.
Does anybody Know were to get one of those for chain of 10 mm.?
Thanks in advance.
Vicente


Re: [[Amel Yacht Owners] Chain counter]

Jerry and Catherine Trimm <pfm53@...>
 

I got one from Pochon.

Jerry

"Vicente Pereda" <VPEREDA@...> wrote:

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Hallo everybody,
I am trying to replace the chain counter in the cockpit in my SM sn 107.
Does anybody Know were to get one of those for chain of 10 mm.?
Thanks in advance.
Vicente


Chain counter

Vicente Pereda <VPEREDA@...>
 

Hallo everybody,
I am trying to replace the chain counter in the cockpit in my SM sn 107.
Does anybody Know were to get one of those for chain of 10 mm.?
Thanks in advance.
Vicente


Re: Storm Tactics for Super Maramu

edmund_steele
 

Stephan,
You are the only person whom I have found, that has actually used a
Gale Sail. I posted a request for information some months ago at the
SSCA web-site on this subject and did not get a response from anyone
with first hand knowledge. I would like to ask you two questions.
First, what size sail did you buy for your SMM and do you still feel
you bought the optimum size?
Second, if conditions deteriorated to the point that you wanted to
take down the Gale Sail, do you think it would come down in a blow or
do you think you would need a downhaul line?
Thanks,
Ed Steele (SMM#331 DoodleBug)

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Stephan Regulinski"
<stephreg@y...> wrote:
I bought a Gale Sail for my SMM (#303) and have used it a number of
times. It the most recent use, we used it to make modest progress
in
sailing through a 50, gusting 60 storm. The trick in raising this
sail is the same as for reefing: raise the sail when it first
occurs
to you that you might need it. If you wait, you'll be trying to
raise it while waves crash over you. (I have done this also and
suggest using harness and tether.) My second suggestion is that
the
genoa sheets by tied off securely well aft of the nav lights. I
tied
my sheets to the rail at the pulpet and lost the starboard deck-
level
nav light when waves pounded the coiled sheet into the light.

--- In amelyachtowners@..., asm283 wrote:
Thanks Richard<br><br>I have seen this product. I always wondered
what it would be like to raise this sail in a gale with a good sea.
Has anyone tried this.<br><br>Vito


storm sails for the SM and Drogue

kimberlite1212 <no_reply@...>
 

what type of storm sails have been used on the sm and kind of drogue
or sae anchor?
has anyone flown a storm sail or used a drogue?
thanks
eric freedman
kimberlite


Re: Sharki Rig & Cabin top paint

milnchris <no_reply@...>
 

Many thanks for the advice.
Regards
Millie & Chris
--- In amelyachtowners@..., "closereach"
<closereach@y...> wrote:
Millie and Chris,
In the summer of 2001 I unstepped both masts and replaced all the
rigging. After restepping, the way I have tensioned the rig has
been
progressively to sail to stronger winds. While on one tack I'll
tighten up on the loose shrouds, tack, then do the same to the
other
side. All the time, of course, checking that the mast stays
perfectly in column. If not, I'll tighten a bit more on the
opposite
side that the top of the mast is bending off to. Do this first in
light winds, then 10 to 15 knots then 15 to 20 knots.
Concerning the headstay or backstay, I don't have any systematic
way
to go about that other than trying to minimize the sag in the
headstay foil (and of course keeping the mast in column!).

The welded 'tangs' on our Nirvana masts keep the spreaders at a
particular angle. Sounds like you have something different. The
angle does manner, as you want the spreaders to bisect the angle
the
shrouds make from the mast attachment tang to the chainplate. They
should never droop down.

We have a bit of gelcoat on the aft cabin top flake off over time
so
we sanded this area down and applied the nonskid material
Treadmaster SP. It's worked great--still non-skid but much much
more
human-friendly than the standard Treadmaster pattern.

Hope that helps.

Richard
Xanareva, sharki #127


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Notebooks on board for SM electrical wireing

Erick MEJEAN <maramu@...>
 

Hi Stephan.
The cheapest and probaly most efficient way in terms of output is to use a DC/DC converter from Targus ( http://www.targus.com ).
Input is between 8 to 16V and output will be according to your computer as long as you pick the right model.
You will get the 12V DC from the existing 12 v socket. This 12V comes from the DC/DC adaptor feeding the B&G Hydra centrale. This will spare you the use of a converter which will defenitely have a higher current consumption.
I used to use a converter but I swich to this Targus DC/DC adaptor and I find it much beter and convenient
Best regards
Erick MEJEAN





----Original Message Follows----
From: "Stephan Regulinski" <stephreg@...>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@...
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Notebooks on board for SM electrical wireing
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 18:14:24 -0000

--- In amelyachtowners@..., Hanspeter Bttig
<hanspeter.baettig@b...> wrote:
Can anyone tell me how he installed his notebook in terms of the
electrical supply. I need to connect 2 notebooks; one in a drawer
under the radar and one in the foreward cabin for the children.
Is a e.g. 200 W converter (12V/220V the right choise. Were do you
connect the 12 V, maybe from the television panel? Is a converter
24V to 220V availabal on the market. I did not found one so far in
Switzerland.
Hanspeter Baettig
SM#16
Hans,

I had Amel install a 24v to 110v inverter in the hanging locker for
my US-purchased electronics. The same inverter can be purchased in
any combination of 12/24v DC to 110/220v AC. Check the West Marine
catalogue or westmarine.com online. It is a pure sine wave inverter
and works wonderfully for my printers as well. I bought a 1000W
inverter which is a little expensive, but powers everyting.

Stephan
SM2000 #303



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Re: Sharki Rig & Cabin top paint

Zanareva
 

Millie and Chris,
In the summer of 2001 I unstepped both masts and replaced all the
rigging. After restepping, the way I have tensioned the rig has been
progressively to sail to stronger winds. While on one tack I'll
tighten up on the loose shrouds, tack, then do the same to the other
side. All the time, of course, checking that the mast stays
perfectly in column. If not, I'll tighten a bit more on the opposite
side that the top of the mast is bending off to. Do this first in
light winds, then 10 to 15 knots then 15 to 20 knots.
Concerning the headstay or backstay, I don't have any systematic way
to go about that other than trying to minimize the sag in the
headstay foil (and of course keeping the mast in column!).

The welded 'tangs' on our Nirvana masts keep the spreaders at a
particular angle. Sounds like you have something different. The
angle does manner, as you want the spreaders to bisect the angle the
shrouds make from the mast attachment tang to the chainplate. They
should never droop down.

We have a bit of gelcoat on the aft cabin top flake off over time so
we sanded this area down and applied the nonskid material
Treadmaster SP. It's worked great--still non-skid but much much more
human-friendly than the standard Treadmaster pattern.

Hope that helps.

Richard
Xanareva, sharki #127


[Amel Yacht Owners] SSB Wipe-Antenna

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

Message text written by INTERNET:amelyachtowners@...
<
If you mean a wire antenna the simple solution is to put ceramic insulators
in the starboard mizzen backstay, the top one being about four or five feet
down from the top and the lower one being about five feet up from the deck
so you do not burn anyone who is using it as a hand hold whilst you are
transmitting. The insulators are easily secured to the backstay and totally
safe but a bit expensive. The alternative cheap route is to get two ceramic
"eggs" like the ones used in the stays of telegraph poles etc but this will
not be cheap by the time you have changed the existing rigging wire with a
flexible type. Bali Hai was supplied with ground plates and a good copper
ground strap already installed together with a wooden plate glassed in to
the hull just between the deck and the shelf in the lazarette. This is to
secure the antenna tuning unit in a spot where it is possible to connect
the copper strap directly and to take the live antenna wire,insulated but
not screened, by the shortest route up to the lower insulator to which it
should be secured with a tube clip and covered in silicone to try to
postpone corrosion of the lead wire. You will probably have to mount the
ATU horizontally because of space restrictions, in this event it is a good
idea to drill a small drain hole in the lowest part in case some water gets
in. There is often such a hole made by the manufacturers in the bottom
which is now the side and a blob of silicone would not come amiss.

Good luck with it, John Hollamby


[Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Crash Bar In Front of Galley Stove

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

Message text written by INTERNET:amelyachtowners@...
<
The crash bar sounds good but you will need a ring welded on at each end to
take a webbing safety belt.
Bali Hai was suppllied fitted with securing points for a belt between the
peninsular unit just to port of the back of the washing machine and
opposite on the sink unit. A steel bar across the end might catch parts
even more sensitive than ribs.

Regards, John and Anne Hollamby


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Electrial bilge pump SMM 2000

Anne and John Hollamby <hollamby@...>
 

Message text written by INTERNET:amelyachtowners@...
<
May I suggest that drilling or better punching a hole in the centre of the
upper outlet flap and using a small countersunk machine screw and nut to
secure a washer or two on top of the flap to weight it down. I would have
thought that a hacksaw blade would be too strong and be subject to severe
rusting.

Regards from John Hollamby Bali Hai SM319


e-mail adress

Thomas Neuland <thomas.neuland@...>
 

Hello postmaster,

i wonder why my e-mail adress shows completely, while the ones from
all the others is partially hidden.

thanks for keeping this group up.

so long

tom