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Motor on fuler for the Main Sail

Linda DeSalvo <liebling207@...>
 

The motor on furler on the main sail is making a lot of noise. Is there anyone out there that has had this problem and what did you do about it.
Thanks James DeSalvo Liebling207

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SM stability curve

Jens Henriksen <jens_henriksen@...>
 

We are looking into buying a Super Maramu, and I would like to see
the stability curve, or GZ curve, or at least know the angle of
vanishing stability.

The GZ curve describes the resistance to capsize and heel, and from
that curve you can read the ultimate stability, the "angle of
vanishing stability" or the angle to which the boat can heel and
still right itself.

I believe the GZ curve should be part of the CE approval procees, so
it should be publicly available somewhere, but I have not been able
to find it.

So, if anyone has this curve, or the angle, pls let me know.

regards Jens
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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Water Pressure Problem

afpellegrini@...
 

I disconnected the cold water at each faucet and turned the pump on and this
cleared the problem although I did not see anything apparent released.
At any rate, the pressure is back to normal.
Thanks for the support and ideas.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
Voyageur #373


Re: Water Maker question

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Thank You gary

This is very helpfull.

Vito

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, amelliahona <no_reply@...>
wrote:

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, asm283 <no_reply@> wrote:
Hi Vito:
As far as I can determine there is only one manufacturer of RO
(Reverse Osmosis)
membranes in the world. That manufacturer is FilmTec. FilmTec was
a rather
small company that manufactured membranes by hand until Dow Corning
bought
them a few years ago and developed robotic manufacturing
processes. This
development resulted in improved membranes that give higher
production
than the original hand laid up membranes. The other great benefit
was a drop
in price. The membranes are less than 50 percent of their original
cost.

The membranes on my Amel SM 2000 Hull # 335 (220 VAC 50 Hertz
Dessalator,
150 l/hr water maker) are FilmTec SW30-2540 (that is SW = Sea
Water, and the
2540 = 2.5 inch by 40 inch membranes. I suspect that yours are the
same. I
purchased mine from a company Air, Water, Ice. Inc., Phone in USA
is 776-461-0256.
Walter is the owner and is very knowledgeable. The Film Tec web
site shows that
the SW30-2540 will produce 166 liters/hr for two membranes at
optimal temp.
The rate is higher than the original design for the Dessalator
system because of the
higher quality membranes (29 square feet surface area) that is due
to robotic
glue lines on the membranes.

As I searched the Dow Corning Film Tech technical literature I
wasn't able to find
any evidence that the salt rejection rate of the membrane is
affected by temperature.
The reading from the TDS meter may change due to temperature though
as you are
literally measuring electrical conductivity of the water and this
is affected by temp.
The salt rejection rate is dependent on pressure and if the
membrane isn't operated
at optimal pressure the TDS (total dissolved solids) will be
higher.

You didn't mention if the water you tested was the first out of the
system after start
up or if you waited at least 5 minutes before testing. See my
previous post related to
TDS Creep that occurs upon system shut down. It takes a few
minutes for the TDS
Creep to go away after system start up.

In answer to your questions:
1. Possibly. This could also be due to worn 0-rings on the end
caps and membrane
nipples (see photo section under watermaker). Product rate may
actually increase
as the membranes fail (that was the case with mine).

2. Cleaning is recommended and the procedure is described on the
Dow Corning
Filmtec web site under literature. This is more likely to cure a
falling production
rate than to cure a high TDS. (1000 TDS isn't really that bad.
City water is
commonly 800 - 900 ppm. My system with brand new membranes produces
water at 485 microSiemens/cm = 500 ppm TDS at 160 l/hr).

3. I had great service from the supplier I mentioned above. If
they are shipping
over seas request them to double package them. The shipping
container
they sent mine in was somewhat damaged just shipping across the
USA. No
damage to the membranes but it would have been damaged if they had
much more handling.

4. See my response above. I also have a post on this site about
the
process of replacing the membranes. About a 4 hour job but requires
some means of grasping the tubes and end caps, (see the photo
section).

Hope this helps. Feel free to contact me if you have further
questions.

Finally, install a independent continuous EC or TDS monitor as the
Dessalitor Salinity Sensor connects to pins on the control board
that
have no electrical traces to any control circuity. It is my opinion
that the sensor is a sham installation that was never functional.
Either that or there was gross manufacturing defects in the system.
Don't depend on the Dessalator system to alert you to unsafe water.

Regards, Gary Silver s/v Liahona

Hello from Fiji

Well of course problems will crop up in the most remote places. I
recently bought a water saltinity tester. The water coming from
the
watermaker is testing at 1200 PPM. The water from the tap is
testing
at 1000 or under ppm and when I test the water from a
refrigerated
bottle it tests at around 600 to 700 ppm. My conclusion is that
temperature has a lot to do with test results. Anyway all these
results are above normal. Now my watermaker could have been
producing
this quality of water all along I just had no way of testing.

My questions are.

1- Does the higher readings mean that the membranes are going
bad.
Product amount is normal.

2- Does cleaning the membranes with a solution help.

3- Can someone recomend a supplier for the membraned in the US or
south pacific.

4- Does anyone know what the model # of the membrane is. I have
the
150 LPH 220 model.

PS I tested the saltinity of red wine and it 1050 PPM. So maybe I
am
making too much out of this.

Any help or advise would be gladly appreciated.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino

Wanderer
asm 283


Re: Water Maker question

amelliahona <no_reply@...>
 

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, asm283 <no_reply@...> wrote:
Hi Vito:
As far as I can determine there is only one manufacturer of RO (Reverse Osmosis)
membranes in the world. That manufacturer is FilmTec. FilmTec was a rather
small company that manufactured membranes by hand until Dow Corning bought
them a few years ago and developed robotic manufacturing processes. This
development resulted in improved membranes that give higher production
than the original hand laid up membranes. The other great benefit was a drop
in price. The membranes are less than 50 percent of their original cost.

The membranes on my Amel SM 2000 Hull # 335 (220 VAC 50 Hertz Dessalator,
150 l/hr water maker) are FilmTec SW30-2540 (that is SW = Sea Water, and the
2540 = 2.5 inch by 40 inch membranes. I suspect that yours are the same. I
purchased mine from a company Air, Water, Ice. Inc., Phone in USA is 776-461-0256.
Walter is the owner and is very knowledgeable. The Film Tec web site shows that
the SW30-2540 will produce 166 liters/hr for two membranes at optimal temp.
The rate is higher than the original design for the Dessalator system because of the
higher quality membranes (29 square feet surface area) that is due to robotic
glue lines on the membranes.

As I searched the Dow Corning Film Tech technical literature I wasn't able to find
any evidence that the salt rejection rate of the membrane is affected by temperature.
The reading from the TDS meter may change due to temperature though as you are
literally measuring electrical conductivity of the water and this is affected by temp.
The salt rejection rate is dependent on pressure and if the membrane isn't operated
at optimal pressure the TDS (total dissolved solids) will be higher.

You didn't mention if the water you tested was the first out of the system after start
up or if you waited at least 5 minutes before testing. See my previous post related to
TDS Creep that occurs upon system shut down. It takes a few minutes for the TDS
Creep to go away after system start up.

In answer to your questions:
1. Possibly. This could also be due to worn 0-rings on the end caps and membrane
nipples (see photo section under watermaker). Product rate may actually increase
as the membranes fail (that was the case with mine).

2. Cleaning is recommended and the procedure is described on the Dow Corning
Filmtec web site under literature. This is more likely to cure a falling production
rate than to cure a high TDS. (1000 TDS isn't really that bad. City water is
commonly 800 - 900 ppm. My system with brand new membranes produces
water at 485 microSiemens/cm = 500 ppm TDS at 160 l/hr).

3. I had great service from the supplier I mentioned above. If they are shipping
over seas request them to double package them. The shipping container
they sent mine in was somewhat damaged just shipping across the USA. No
damage to the membranes but it would have been damaged if they had
much more handling.

4. See my response above. I also have a post on this site about the
process of replacing the membranes. About a 4 hour job but requires
some means of grasping the tubes and end caps, (see the photo section).

Hope this helps. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.

Finally, install a independent continuous EC or TDS monitor as the
Dessalitor Salinity Sensor connects to pins on the control board that
have no electrical traces to any control circuity. It is my opinion
that the sensor is a sham installation that was never functional.
Either that or there was gross manufacturing defects in the system.
Don't depend on the Dessalator system to alert you to unsafe water.

Regards, Gary Silver s/v Liahona

Hello from Fiji

Well of course problems will crop up in the most remote places. I
recently bought a water saltinity tester. The water coming from the
watermaker is testing at 1200 PPM. The water from the tap is testing
at 1000 or under ppm and when I test the water from a refrigerated
bottle it tests at around 600 to 700 ppm. My conclusion is that
temperature has a lot to do with test results. Anyway all these
results are above normal. Now my watermaker could have been producing
this quality of water all along I just had no way of testing.

My questions are.

1- Does the higher readings mean that the membranes are going bad.
Product amount is normal.

2- Does cleaning the membranes with a solution help.

3- Can someone recomend a supplier for the membraned in the US or
south pacific.

4- Does anyone know what the model # of the membrane is. I have the
150 LPH 220 model.

PS I tested the saltinity of red wine and it 1050 PPM. So maybe I am
making too much out of this.

Any help or advise would be gladly appreciated.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino

Wanderer
asm 283


Water Maker question

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Hi Vito,
How many hours have you done on your watermaker and is it the 60 or 150l p h version?
We test ours just by drinking it and after 1300 hours its fine. We lay up now for about 6 months of the year. We have pickled twice, without any problems. Last week approaching Uruguay from Brazil we were getting the full 60 litre per hour output in 16C water temp, though this performace may have something to do with reduced salinity of the sea as we were about 300kms from the mouth of the Rio Plata and already you could see sediment in the water. Cheers, Ian and Judy, Pen Azen, SM 302, Uruguay


BOWTHRUSTER ADJUSTMENT

L. CAMERON <solarconstruction@...>
 

FROM: "LADY DIVINA" SM317
I FOUND THAT AN ADJUSTMENT TO THE BOWTHRUSTER ON SM317 SOLVED THE SEAWATER INTRUSION PROBLEM WHILE AT SEA. I LOWERED THE BOLT(w/PIN HOLE) ON TOP OF THE MOTOR UNIT BY LOOSENING THE NUT AND SCREWING THE BOLT ASSMB. DOWN INTO THE MOTOR APPROX 1/4". THIS EFFECTIVELY RAISED THE UNIT AND COMPRESSED THE DOUGHNUT WASHERS, STOPPING THE LEAK FROM SEA SWELLS. IT IS ALITTLE MORE WORK TO INSERT THE PIN. I WILL DO A COMPLETE INSPECTION WHEN I HAULOUT NEXT, BUT THIS KEEPS ME GOING. THANKS FOR EVERYONES' ADVICE ON THIS COMMON PROBLEM.
LADY DIVINA SM317 >> ST. MARTIN

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There is 1 message in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. U-drive oil
From: "jrjrjrouse2000" sailingjudy@gmail.com

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Message 1
From: "jrjrjrouse2000" sailingjudy@gmail.com
Date: Tue May 9, 2006 3:33pm(PDT)
Subject: U-drive oil

We pulled our Autoprop for service, thus draining the oil for the U-
drive. Looking for verification of weight of oil for replacement.
Notes we have from previous postings on this website state 15W40, but
the sticker in the engine room on the place where the oil should be
added states 20W40.

Can anyone confirm which is correct?

Judy Rouse
S/V Security
SM2 #387






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Water Maker question

asm283 <no_reply@...>
 

Hello from Fiji

Well of course problems will crop up in the most remote places. I
recently bought a water saltinity tester. The water coming from the
watermaker is testing at 1200 PPM. The water from the tap is testing
at 1000 or under ppm and when I test the water from a refrigerated
bottle it tests at around 600 to 700 ppm. My conclusion is that
temperature has a lot to do with test results. Anyway all these
results are above normal. Now my watermaker could have been producing
this quality of water all along I just had no way of testing.

My questions are.

1- Does the higher readings mean that the membranes are going bad.
Product amount is normal.

2- Does cleaning the membranes with a solution help.

3- Can someone recomend a supplier for the membraned in the US or
south pacific.

4- Does anyone know what the model # of the membrane is. I have the
150 LPH 220 model.

PS I tested the saltinity of red wine and it 1050 PPM. So maybe I am
making too much out of this.

Any help or advise would be gladly appreciated.

Thank you

Vito Ciaravino

Wanderer
asm 283


Re: Water Pressure Problem

minaxi53 <no_reply@...>
 

I had a similar baffling experience last year with the same faucet.
After doing all the usual stuff I found it was actually a leak from
the supply pipe. Behind the head under the shelf access panel you
will with much twisting of arms get to a copper supply pipe that is
connected to a rubber hose. This was the culprit for me, it had
worked loose with vibration and half the water was spurting into the
space below the head and into the bilge under the floor opposite
closet. I wondered for weeks where that water was coming from!!!
Good luck
Bob
Minaxi SM6
-
-- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "pellegrini1942"
<afpellegrini@...> wrote:

I have an SM 2000 and am experiencing problems with cold water
pressure.
The cockpit shower is fine, but the forward head faucet has almost
no
pressure. The mix of hot and cold is OK, but not as strong as
usual.
The water pump is working and is at 20 psi when off and goes to 26
psi
when it turns on.
Any ideas on the problem will be appreciated.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
SM2000 #373
Port Yalikavak, Bodrum, Turkey


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Water Pressure Problem

peter pappas <pjppappas@...>
 

try removing the nozzel head and cleaning the screen. "callisto" 369

pellegrini1942 <afpellegrini@aol.com> wrote: I have an SM 2000 and am experiencing problems with cold water pressure.
The cockpit shower is fine, but the forward head faucet has almost no
pressure. The mix of hot and cold is OK, but not as strong as usual.
The water pump is working and is at 20 psi when off and goes to 26 psi
when it turns on.
Any ideas on the problem will be appreciated.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
SM2000 #373
Port Yalikavak, Bodrum, Turkey





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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Future Amel 54 owner

G D <maramu@...>
 

Hi ROger
I'm using on my SM the Bauer Junior II to my entire satisfaction. My advice is dont get away from serious brand such as this one. It is may be more expensive than the rest but it is worth it. Dont forget that getting spare parts if a breakdown occures when u are lost in the middle of nowhere may become a serious issue.
To make it short, no compromise for this kind of equipement. I'm using the monophase type one. The oceanus looks very good as well. My only coment is that the faster you fill up the tank the more heat u generate and once it has cooled down you will realize that your initial 220 Bars may become much less than that. So it may not give in real as many advantage than on the paper.
I bought mine direct from Bauer France.
http://www.bauer-compresseurs.com/
They are very helpfull reliable and speak english. If I'm not mistaken they gave me a discount in the range of 15% based on the tarif price. Anyway it is worth trying.
Wishing you all the best with your new boat but be patient..........
Erick MEJEAN
----Original Message Follows----
From: "Roger Frederiks" <rofred@dsl.pipex.com>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Future Amel 54 owner
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 13:51:35 -0000

Hello, Amel owners/adventurers,

Just to introduce myself to the group, having ordered a new 54 some 10
days ago. She won't be delivered till September 2008! But, judging
from the wonderful day of sailing I had on her recently as well as all
the very positive feedback on Amel yachts in general, it will be well
worth waiting for.
My plans are to live aboard and to travel to far flung places, away
from the maddening crowds, and also to use her for scuba diving trips
to remote tropical locations with friends.
I have done a lot of online research, in particular going through most
of the very useful info on this site and by reading most of Patrick
Naegels' excellent AmelCaramel webpages. However, I still have quite a
few questions, some of which have already been dealt with by the Amel
sales staff.
For instance, I'm aware that some Super Maramu owners are sailing with
diving compressors onboard. I've been told that Amel can install a
Poseidon Junior II in the port cockpit locker. Are there any owners
here with such an installation? And if so, is it with the (single
phase) electric drive? FYI, I have been looking at the bigger cousin
of the Bauer Junior, the Oceanus, which has a 40% higher filling
capacity for the same dimensions and a gain of only 6 kg in weight. I
have ordered the Comfort Pack as 1 of the options for my 54, so there
should not be a problem charging batteries, running the 160 ltr/hr
Dessalator as well as charging batteries, and filling diving tanks,
all at the same time.

I would greatly appreciate any feedback from anyone on this. Needless
to say, I have other questions on various boat options, set ups and
general tricks of the trade, but those will come in due course.

Last but not least, if there are any Amel owners out there who might
require someone to help with watchkeeping during a long passage, I
would be delighted to assist. Naturally, I will arrange for my own
travel to and from the boat and I'm happy to contribute towards any
subsistence costs.

Many thanks and fair winds.

Roger


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Future Amel 54 owner

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Hi Roger, We have the Poseidon Junior 11 with electric drive. Neat installation.Noisy ( tell me a compressor that isnt!) but fills an empty bottle in about 28 minutes. Very happy with it. Cheers, Ian .Pen Azen, SM 302

From: "Roger Frederiks" <rofred@dsl.pipex.com>
Reply-To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Future Amel 54 owner
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 13:51:35 -0000

Hello, Amel owners/adventurers,

Just to introduce myself to the group, having ordered a new 54 some 10
days ago. She won't be delivered till September 2008! But, judging
from the wonderful day of sailing I had on her recently as well as all
the very positive feedback on Amel yachts in general, it will be well
worth waiting for.
My plans are to live aboard and to travel to far flung places, away
from the maddening crowds, and also to use her for scuba diving trips
to remote tropical locations with friends.
I have done a lot of online research, in particular going through most
of the very useful info on this site and by reading most of Patrick
Naegels' excellent AmelCaramel webpages. However, I still have quite a
few questions, some of which have already been dealt with by the Amel
sales staff.
For instance, I'm aware that some Super Maramu owners are sailing with
diving compressors onboard. I've been told that Amel can install a
Poseidon Junior II in the port cockpit locker. Are there any owners
here with such an installation? And if so, is it with the (single
phase) electric drive? FYI, I have been looking at the bigger cousin
of the Bauer Junior, the Oceanus, which has a 40% higher filling
capacity for the same dimensions and a gain of only 6 kg in weight. I
have ordered the Comfort Pack as 1 of the options for my 54, so there
should not be a problem charging batteries, running the 160 ltr/hr
Dessalator as well as charging batteries, and filling diving tanks,
all at the same time.

I would greatly appreciate any feedback from anyone on this. Needless
to say, I have other questions on various boat options, set ups and
general tricks of the trade, but those will come in due course.

Last but not least, if there are any Amel owners out there who might
require someone to help with watchkeeping during a long passage, I
would be delighted to assist. Naturally, I will arrange for my own
travel to and from the boat and I'm happy to contribute towards any
subsistence costs.

Many thanks and fair winds.

Roger








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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Amel 54 Help for Specs.

ianjenkins1946 <ianjudyjenkins@hotmail.com>
 

Dear John, Am I right to recall that you are an enthusiastic owner of a Kiwi built RIB with an aluminium hull? If so can you send me the details? I am looking at the Southern Pacific Sheerwater, made in Auckland, 3.09m, weighs only 38kgs. Do you carry yours on the aft coachroof or in davits?
To date we have had a Carib, very strong but also very heavy!We are toying with the idea of davits and would be interested to hear from anyone who has fitted the Amel ones .

Also, we have at last done what we should have done when we first bought Pen Azen, namely redesigned the spray hood so we can stand under it and see forward.We did it in Brazil with a very tight timetable . The workmanship leaves something to be desired but the overall effect is an enormous improvement.Essentially all we did was to lengthen the existing stainless frames by 4 cm for the aft two and by 10cm for the forward one. They stay in their original mounts and fold down about 4cm higher than the original. We used the same attachment for the forward edge of the sprayhood and the sprayhood cover when the sprayhood is folded away ( Never folded away on our boat, be it Caribbean or Cape Horn).This allows me ( 6 foot in my socks) to stand upright under the new sprayhood ,wearing shoes. We also made the whole of the forward panel of clear vinyl which can be zipped open. At last we can see where we are going when we are standing up AND I can leave the hood up and stand behind the wheel with my head out of the window AND I can sit on the aft coachroof and see forward---just like the Maramu and the Sharki and no doubt every other Amel except the SM!
( Incidentally, I am sure that tucked away in the Amel archives are to be found various versions of an improved sprayhoood for the SM but under the ancien regime such an alteration would have been the subject of a firm "Non"!)
Anyway, my thanks to Claude and Vito and various other owners who trod the sprayhood path ahead of us. If anyone else is thinking of doing the same thing I can only encourage them as heartily as possible.There are various versions on various boats. If someone will kindly tell me how to add photos to this website I will arrange for the Admiral to bring her dongle into a cybercafe and show you the end result. The stitching is not the prettiest and dear Mario who built the hood for us failed to warn us that he only had brown ( two different browns at that!) leather for the chafing strips, somewhat novel on white Sunbrella but it does the trick. If Brazil had had Stanoid ( which I think is the Amel material) that would have been even better but the Sunbrella is pretty sturdy.
Fair winds, Ian and Judy, Pen Azen, SM 302, Uruguay.


Future Amel 54 owner

Roger Frederiks <rofred@...>
 

Hello, Amel owners/adventurers,

Just to introduce myself to the group, having ordered a new 54 some 10
days ago. She won't be delivered till September 2008! But, judging
from the wonderful day of sailing I had on her recently as well as all
the very positive feedback on Amel yachts in general, it will be well
worth waiting for.
My plans are to live aboard and to travel to far flung places, away
from the maddening crowds, and also to use her for scuba diving trips
to remote tropical locations with friends.
I have done a lot of online research, in particular going through most
of the very useful info on this site and by reading most of Patrick
Naegels' excellent AmelCaramel webpages. However, I still have quite a
few questions, some of which have already been dealt with by the Amel
sales staff.
For instance, I'm aware that some Super Maramu owners are sailing with
diving compressors onboard. I've been told that Amel can install a
Poseidon Junior II in the port cockpit locker. Are there any owners
here with such an installation? And if so, is it with the (single
phase) electric drive? FYI, I have been looking at the bigger cousin
of the Bauer Junior, the Oceanus, which has a 40% higher filling
capacity for the same dimensions and a gain of only 6 kg in weight. I
have ordered the Comfort Pack as 1 of the options for my 54, so there
should not be a problem charging batteries, running the 160 ltr/hr
Dessalator as well as charging batteries, and filling diving tanks,
all at the same time.

I would greatly appreciate any feedback from anyone on this. Needless
to say, I have other questions on various boat options, set ups and
general tricks of the trade, but those will come in due course.

Last but not least, if there are any Amel owners out there who might
require someone to help with watchkeeping during a long passage, I
would be delighted to assist. Naturally, I will arrange for my own
travel to and from the boat and I'm happy to contribute towards any
subsistence costs.

Many thanks and fair winds.

Roger


SM 1994 for sale

erik ortel
 

To my regret, I am selling my 1994 SM. Any interested parties may
contact me at the above address. Thank you.


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Water Pressure Problem

afpellegrini@...
 

I have cleaned all the filters on the faucets, but it did not make much
difference.
The pressure in the cockpit shower is good so the problem must be in the
line to the forward head. I will work on that in the morning.
Thanks for the suggestions.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
Voyageur


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Water Pressure Problem

georges pellegrini <dji314@...>
 

1- it is not a leak. If it was the pump would be running permanently
2- If you have pressure in the other cold water faucets, it must be
either a kink in the cold line to the forward head or a clog in the
faucet.
-pop the pump breaker
-disconnect the cold line at the forward head faucet
-engage briefly the breaker.
-if there is little flow, it's a kink (or clog) in the line
-if there is a good flow, it's a clog in the faucet

G. Pellegrini
Santorin #132


On May 14, 2006, at 10:37 AM, pellegrini1942 wrote:

I have an SM 2000 and am experiencing problems with cold water
pressure.
The cockpit shower is fine, but the forward head faucet has almost no
pressure. The mix of hot and cold is OK, but not as strong as usual.
The water pump is working and is at 20 psi when off and goes to 26 psi
when it turns on.
Any ideas on the problem will be appreciated.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
SM2000 #373
Port Yalikavak, Bodrum, Turkey





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Water Pressure Problem

pellegrini1942 <afpellegrini@...>
 

I have an SM 2000 and am experiencing problems with cold water pressure.
The cockpit shower is fine, but the forward head faucet has almost no
pressure. The mix of hot and cold is OK, but not as strong as usual.
The water pump is working and is at 20 psi when off and goes to 26 psi
when it turns on.
Any ideas on the problem will be appreciated.
Regards,
Tony Pellegrini
SM2000 #373
Port Yalikavak, Bodrum, Turkey


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Water Pressure Problem

svmalaika@...
 

Sometimes the screen filters located at the water outlet of the faucets get
clogged with debris and calcium build up. Unscrew the filter and clean it.
This may help, particularly if the problem is only with the forward head. Do the
galley and aft head taps work normally?

Charlie
MALAIKA II, SM 336


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] AMEL 54 Help for specs.

Enrico <ebraglia@...>
 

Dear John,

I am also very interested becouse I ordered the AMEL 54 delivery in
June 2008! Could you be more specific on the type of passarelle you
are using. I was thinking something light (for my wife...) like a
Carbon from EXIT ENGENERING. Any Help appreciated.

Thanks

Enrico

--- In amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com, "John McDougall"
<j.c.mcdougall@...> wrote:

I took delivery of no 21 at end March in Hyeres. I don't know
where you
are but if you require a Mediterranean type stern passerelle,
don't get the
(current) Amel version. It is very awkward to extend and fold
away and
wobbly in use.
John McDougall
-----Original Message-----
From: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of bragliae
Sent: 04 April 2006 18:13
To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] AMEL 54 Help for specs.


I am going to order a new AMEL 54. I wonder if some actual owner
could
help me to better specify options with the manufacturer (size of
generator, type of watermaker etc.). Any help is very apreciated.
Thank you.



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