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Cruise of Thelonious, Los Angeles to Hawaii and return. Twenty days out, 28 back.
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This summer's 6,000-mile cruise to Kaua'i gives an insight into wear and tear on...
Demonstration of the 2014 "Sailomat 800"self-steering vane during a 6,000-mile transit LA-Hawaii-LA.
I just spent some tedious hours changing out the old ATF in our '88 Hurth model 50 trans. The top where the fill/dip stick fitting lives is visible only when both bolts that hold the heat exchanger...
Among the items the prior owner of my first sailboat left for me when I bought it was an amazing little auto steering device called a Tillermaster. Over 10,000 of these grey, boxy little...
Tomorrow I depart Marina del Rey for Hanalei Bay, Kauai, Hawaii. I am sailing solo, and looking for a passage of 22-25 days--or better, of course. The GC course is 2200NM, or 2500 statute miles.
when I bought my E28-2 she came with two 150 deck sweeper genoas, they are huge sails. I've used the newest of the two for four
so the rudder head is 1 5/16 wide.
the whole for the bolt is 2" back from the front of the head.
it is just 1/4 "
One more thought, I think most Ericsons came with an emergency tiller - do you have yours? If not, it's easy enough to get one.
Thanks for the consult, very helpful. We are all on the same page. I think chain sales are a little slow at Edson too... Nice
Hmmm. I'd take the money back if I were you. Boats are a lot of hands-on work--even brand new boats.
Regarding the bottom, put on a mask
Thanks for the varied advice. I'm conflicted. I can get my $745 back but I do like the boat. Installing life-lines is really a big project though.
Sounds like business is slow at Edson......lol!
Agree with Mark.
I ride lots of miles on my road bike and motorcycles. When
As an avid cyclist who rides thousands of miles year, I have a lot of experience with chains. I've NEVER had one break. After a few thousand miles,
are the flags still available? how can i go about ordering one.