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    Replacing the cabin sole in my E36-RH...

    The attachment explains the how I replaced my cabin sole.

    Sailsteve 07-30-2015 05:59 PM

    Sew me the money

    [SIZE=3]Like many of you, Iíve considered replacing interior cushions on my boat, and having a set of custom cockpit cushions made. The need for cockpit cushions wasnít something I had considered...

    ignacio 07-29-2015 07:40 PM

    New Engine Switches

    I recently replaced the starter key switch and push buttons on the engine control panel. I had always found that after sitting over the winter the contacts on the switches would be a little corroded...

    Shelman 07-28-2015 11:18 AM

    More pictures of companionway door

    Here are some more pictures of the new companionway door.

    Shelman 07-09-2015 09:22 PM

    Companionway Door

    I don't hide the fact that I think companionway drop boards are awful! I won't go into all the details and reasons they are terrible because you all live with them too. I will just say that they are...

    Shelman 07-05-2015 12:41 AM

    Alameda to San Pedro,CA on an E35-II - Part IV

    Protecting electrical wiring on panel

    The wires on my electrical panel mounted on the starboard bulkhead aft of the galley are totally exposed, but hard to reach on...

    ignacio 06-29-2015 07:45 PM
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    E-35-2 Serial Number (New Owner)

    Yes- Thanks all for the help. This boat is right at the edge of the window where the number is on the Transom. Found it on the Tiller Fitting and I am

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    Christian Williams

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    Absolutely plan it! You'll know by then how capable your gear is, and your confidence level.

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    Christian Williams Today, 08:22 PM Go to last post

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    Before you junk the OMC, Do some basic checks. An outboard is a pain in the A** compared to an inboard. What you mentioned as symptoms could be just

    supersailor Today, 08:08 PM Go to last post

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    Thanks Loren,
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    crittyrobinson Today, 08:08 PM Go to last post
    Loren Beach

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    Remember that advice is free and worth what you pay!

    Given the capabilities of the E-27, I have zero doubt about the boat (if well

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    mkollerjr Today, 06:20 PM Go to last post

    Sailing my Ericsson to the Bahamas

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    Show us your recent Ericson photos

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    Navman Today, 01:51 PM Go to last post
    Frank Langer


    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I have checked carefully while the boat was on the hard. The hull, keel and rudder looked aligned and shaped properly. I've

    Frank Langer Today, 01:27 PM Go to last post