• Recent Blog Posts

    Kenneth K

    Mariah Part IV: Engine Monitoring Systems

    Before rebuilding my exhaust & cooling systems, I was alarmed at how easily the engine would warm up to 185 degrees, requiring me to back-down on the throttle and run at a lower speed. I was also...

    Kenneth K 08-14-2017 10:31 AM
    bgary

    Making do... oh, and a rendezvous (part 2)

    ....(continued from part 1)

    I knew I'd have to sail out of Langley, down a stretch of Saratoga Passage and across Possession Sound to get back home. None of that seemed like a problem. But I...

    bgary 08-09-2017 12:42 PM
    bgary

    Making do... oh, and a rendezvous (part 1)

    I've begun to think that a good part of "seamanship" might just center on being able to pick the least-bad option out of a spectrum of sucky choices...

    I spent a lot of time on Makana in June...

    bgary 08-09-2017 12:26 PM
    trickdhat

    A few more core pics

    sealing the deck penetrations meant removing some old hardware...unfortunately it was bedded in 5200. Northing worked until I found this stuff:


    The first layup. Note the shifted peel ply and...

    trickdhat 08-07-2017 09:50 AM
    trickdhat

    New Core...the wrong way I'm told

    [FONT=Calibri]The first step with replacing the core was identifying justhow much core was rotten. [SIZE=3][COLOR=#000000]As you canexpect, the affected area...

    trickdhat 08-05-2017 06:24 PM
    toddster

    Gadgets Gone Wild

    Well this has gotten a bit out of hand. Arcturus' Electronics mash-up was collected piece by piece over the years. More than half of it from Craigslist or Ebay. This all started from a depth...

    toddster 06-24-2017 05:33 PM
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  • Recent Forum Posts

    footrope

    E38 Bow Chainplate

    This past weekend I drilled a new 5/8 inch hole in the links that effectively shortened them by about 1.25 inches. I bought a new 5/8 inch drill bit especially

    footrope Yesterday, 11:18 PM Go to last post
    Tof

    E36 cutter

    Hey!

    We are from Canada and we just bought one (in fact the survey is scheduled for next Friday ).
    Will tell you next year as we plan

    Tof Yesterday, 04:14 PM Go to last post
    e38 owner

    e38

    I believe my instruments were calibrated at the time. We had the original instruments on the boat. It was in the early 80's we had loran but no GPS

    e38 owner Yesterday, 01:38 PM Go to last post
    frick

    My 1971 E29

    I find that my E29 sails fast when I'm between 15 to 17 percent heel. over 20% and boat slows down.
    Also best point of sail Beam Reach. I too

    frick Yesterday, 12:33 PM Go to last post
    kiwisailor

    E38 Speed

    I've been pleasantly surprised just how fast my E38 can go. My sails, mostly the main, are fairly bagged out....but nothing beats a lazy Sunday sail with

    kiwisailor Yesterday, 11:26 AM Go to last post
    bgary

    E28+ jib hits spreader

    Don't make a structural change to your rig over something which is (probably) a trimming issue or (at worst) a sail-shape issue....

    Both

    bgary Yesterday, 07:42 AM Go to last post
    debonAir

    Raw water pump - maintenance and spares?

    Epilog 38

    I put a new pump in. I used the -07 model instead of the -15 model for two reasons

    1) The bolts of the existing -07

    debonAir Yesterday, 06:25 AM Go to last post
    Loren Beach

    E28+ jib hits spreader

    I am not sure what you are asking. Most overlapping jibs will come in contact with a spreader tip if trimmed in too tight. That's why many boats have

    Loren Beach 08-20-2017, 09:08 PM Go to last post
    rpm

    E28+ jib hits spreader

    Anyone else experiencing their jib leech hitting the spreader? Is my post-manufactured jib cut wrong? Might raise the spreader.

    rpm 08-20-2017, 08:59 PM Go to last post