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    Welcome home to your website on the entire Ericson Yacht line! We hope you'll enjoy your visit, and find it useful. This site was created by Ericson Yacht owners, for past, present and prospective Ericson Yacht owners. It contains links to other Ericson sites, as well as an extensive discussion board, relevant and useful documentation, and many outlined projects common to Ericson and other production sailboats.

    If you have comments or questions, we hope that you'll contact us. Thanks for visiting us at www.EricsonYachts.org!



  • Welcome to EY.o!

    Greetings -

    Welcome to www.EricsonYachts.org - now celebrating it's thirteenth year on the web as a leading source for information and community among current, past and prospective owners of Ericson Yachts!

    We're glad that you've located the site! Please create a (free) account for yourself, and then take a look at what we have to offer - then join in on conversations/discussions about the Ericson yacht line, about sailing, and about boat ownership in general.

    If there is anything I can do to assist you, please feel free to contact me at any time - I'm happy to help and would enjoy hearing from you.

    //sse

    Sean Engle
    Admin/Owner, www.EricsonYachts.org
  • Recent Forum Posts

    footrope

    I can't believe everyone agrees about this!

    You can't get all the scrunge out of a 34 year old steering chain. At least I couldn't. So, I just gave up after 30 minutes of soaking and scrubbing.

    footrope Today, 03:57 AM Go to last post
    DanielW

    E28 sail plan

    Hi there

    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

    DanielW Today, 03:12 AM Go to last post
    aaron

    E27 Tiller Fork

    Hey Randy,
    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 "

    aaron Today, 12:47 AM Go to last post
    Emerald

    Edson Wheel

    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.

    Emerald Yesterday, 09:24 PM Go to last post
    Pat O'Connell

    Edson Chain

    Respected Sailors
    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

    Pat O'Connell Yesterday, 09:11 PM Go to last post
    Christian Williams

    inspecting a 1975 Ericson 27-2 purchase

    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

    Christian Williams Yesterday, 08:53 PM Go to last post
    df1995

    Conflicted.

    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.

    df1995 Yesterday, 08:23 PM Go to last post
    Rick R.

    Edson Wheel

    Sounds like business is slow at Edson......lol!

    Agree with Mark.

    I ride lots of miles on my road bike and motorcycles. When

    Rick R. Yesterday, 08:07 PM Go to last post
    markvone

    "Chain, chain, chain. Chain of fools"

    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,

    markvone Yesterday, 08:06 PM Go to last post