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I have a duplicate on the boat of every tool in the garage. It took 50 years to accomplish that. For the first 40 years I felt that it was morally wrong to have two of anything, when those less...
As owners, we must be attuned to complaints. Some are challenging, such as, "Can we talk about me, instead of the boat?" Others we take in stride, as, "My cousin's Hunter 46 has a bedroom." When...
Price hovers around $1500 from Internet suppliers.
The outboard is quiet and light, and easy to mount on a bobbing inflatable...
At too late a date I realized that people whose sailing company I enjoy don't always enjoy being blasted by the Latitude 34 sun.
Cams on the mast are an easy solution to an issue created by halyards led back: how does one person work the halyard at the mast?
As you may have noticed, hauling up the main...
The balsa core repair on the deck and cockpit are complete! Such an exciting milestone to reach on our long journey to resurrect our Ericson 25CB. It has been a lot of work so far, but we really...
I don't remember that you said that the current engine ran at all. There is a huge difference between an A4 that doesn't run at all,
My last name is not king but.... I rebuilt the ruder on my E 26 mk3 last year and it was nasa00-12 and I stayed with that profile for the new rudder.
Here is a similar boat a member is in the act of purchasing:
Thanks for the feedback, I did look at some other boats, but they have working engines (at least all the ones I saw, I will double check that. So I know
I have a quote, it needs a new exhaust manifold and alternator along with some other work. I think I can do most of the work myself and with the help
It does kinda sound like a $3-4K boat, but it's hard to say without seeing the condition of the sails, rigging, wiring... Also, $4k seems like a decent
What NACA Foil Profiles he used on the Ericson 35-3 keel and rudder? Or did he design his own? What were the designed leading and trailing edge angles.
I would move instantly on. Too many unknowns and "cosmetic work."
1) the boat's worth whatever a buyer is willing to pay. It's on you to do some research and decide whether that's a good value or not.