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    by Published on 01-10-2014 08:00 AM

    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!

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    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.


    Sean Engle
    Admin/Owner, www.EricsonYachts.org

  • Recent Forum Posts

    Frank Langer

    Question about spinnaker halyard riggiing...


    I'm reading a book on rigging and it states: "Spinnaker halyards should always have a ball or disc above the halyard shackle".

    Frank Langer Today, 02:02 AM Go to last post
    Keith Parcells

    Right in our own back yard!

    They were led by the ghosts of Orky and Corky, the unfortunate stars of Marineland until the Palos Verdes park was closed, the Orcas moved to San Diego

    Keith Parcells Today, 01:43 AM Go to last post

    Ericson 38, new owner

    Well in addition to model year, how about some photos? Also is the boat in Oz? If so, there must be some interesting back story on an Ericson winding

    u079721 Yesterday, 07:55 PM Go to last post

    Right in our own back yard!

    Were they navigating with paper charts, or electronics? Or were they just using iPhones?

    toddster Yesterday, 05:37 PM Go to last post

    Adding a removable inner stay

    Yes for sure that's on the list. I'm going to ditch the 5# Danforth and 5kg Bruce, move the 12# Danforth to the stern and upgrade the bow anchor and rode.

    Gregoryulrich Yesterday, 03:45 PM Go to last post
    Alan Gomes

    Adding a removable inner stay

    FWIW, and in keeping with your original question, if I were to do an upgrade as a result of this experience I'd suggest improving your anchor tackle.

    Alan Gomes Yesterday, 03:25 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Asbury

    Right in our own back yard!

    A pod of six to nine orcas was captured on video hunting sea lions and navigating ocean waters off of Palos Verdes on Tuesday afternoon.

    Jeff Asbury Yesterday, 12:02 PM Go to last post


    Just wanted to thank everyone for their input. This was a very informative thread for me. Thanks.


    JPS27 Yesterday, 11:56 AM Go to last post

    Adding a removable inner stay

    It was a lot to deal with but we managed to keep our wits about us. When the boat was beam to the wind I was suited up with a dive knife and ready to

    Gregoryulrich Yesterday, 11:56 AM Go to last post