• Recent Blog Posts

    CPeregord

    Sailing school in Greece because of my YouTube channel!

    A lot has changed since my last first and last blog entry. I made it from Mid-Michigan down to Cleveland and bought my Ericson 35 Mark ll. I bought the bought from a marine mechanic who paid next to...

    CPeregord 05-13-2019 07:29 AM
    kiwisailor

    New Teak & Holly Sole & Cupboard

    This winter I finally got around to starting the cosmetic to-do projects that the admiral has been pushing me to do since day one of purchasing my E38. Some of the sole in the galley, head, quarter...

    kiwisailor 04-25-2019 05:26 AM
    kiwisailor

    New Bilge Hoses

    This winter I finally got around to starting the cosmetic to-do projects that the admiral has been pushing me to do since day one of purchasing my E38. Some of the sole in the galley, head, quarter...

    kiwisailor 04-25-2019 05:11 AM
    Geoff W.

    First two weeks of living aboard / Tunes at sea

    It's been almost two full weeks of living aboard Delightful now, here on Bainbridge Island. I still feel like I live in a fairy tale, most of the time. The Island itself is idyllic and gorgeous,...

    Geoff W. 03-30-2019 08:59 PM
    toddster

    Venerable Sailomat 3040 for Venerable Sailboat

    Every proper cruising boat needs a windvane self-steering gear. Right? This is one of those things I thought I'd go full-mad-scientist on, some time in the future when other needs were taken care...

    toddster 03-26-2019 06:45 PM
    vcirelli

    Bulk Head Repair

    The bulkhead had about 2'x1' area that was rotten. It was so soft that I could poke my finger into it. Not exactly what you would hope for from a structural member of the boat.

    I've known about...

    vcirelli 03-16-2019 10:34 PM
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  • Recent Forum Posts

    Geoff W.

    Wax on the deck?

    My nonskid was apparently waxed when I bought it, and the boat was frankly dangerous for a little while until it got a bit grippy again. I'd be wary of

    Geoff W. Today, 04:05 PM Go to last post
    MarineCityBrian

    Survey: E35-3 Propane Control Panel Location

    I'm thinking of the emergency situation where something has gone haywire and you need to quickly shut off the gas in a pinch. I suppose that could also

    MarineCityBrian Today, 04:03 PM Go to last post
    Kevin A Wright

    Unfurling problem

    Get out the binocs and take a look at the head of the sail. The top of the rollerfurling rig has a ball bearing race in it in between the halyard attachment

    Kevin A Wright Today, 03:26 PM Go to last post
    toddster

    All fuel in the Bilge...

    Dunno. Diesel return lines have been the usual suspects on my engines. Not sure if that's relevant to your boat.

    I have to admit to often

    toddster Today, 03:16 PM Go to last post
    markvone

    Shoal draft offshore

    Bob,

    The shoal draft versions of most Ericsons have nearly the same stability as the deep keel versions. The shoal keels are thicker and

    markvone Today, 03:12 PM Go to last post
    Pat C.

    Wax on the deck?

    Wax the deck areas without non skid with Collinite Fleetwax, very good product, and lasts long too. Doesn't have any abrasives like many other marine

    Pat C. Today, 03:01 PM Go to last post
    Ralph Hewitt

    All fuel in the Bilge...

    After two days of the Pacific storm bringing 10-12 foot swells into our bay only broke one mooring line down to chain. Got out to boat today to find about

    Ralph Hewitt Today, 02:59 PM Go to last post
    Christian Williams

    Shoal draft offshore

    Is yours a specialty keel at 5' for the 32-3? SAilboatdata says 4.3'.

    Anyhow, I doubt it matters at all, shoal draft or full, for most offshore.

    Christian Williams Today, 02:57 PM Go to last post
    Tin Kicker

    summer near Annapolis

    Mine's at Fairwinds in St Claire (north of 50 just before the bridge) on the hard and I'm generally working on it weekends. If anybody stops by and wants

    Tin Kicker Today, 02:50 PM Go to last post