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Mass Bay Sailing E-Group Open to ALL who want to share any topic RELATIVE to SAILING Sail Boats Gear Cruising Group Cruises Sail Travel Races Regatta’s Crew Safety; Navigation Electronics Instruments Weather Sailing News Nautical Marine

Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MassBaySailors/
Location: Boston, New England, yahoo
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Jul 7, 2014

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Comment by Scott Kelloway on December 15, 2009 at 8:17pm
Terri,
Thanks for the tip. I have a good friend who lives in Newport and used to own a Pearson 26. I just told him about the boat in Barrington. He is trying to contact the guy now with intentions of picking it up tomorro!
Comment by Scott Kelloway on October 13, 2009 at 2:31pm
Hello,
I cruise the North Shore of New England out of Salem Mass. with my wife and 3 kids. 2 boys 13 and 10, and a daughter 9. We are looking for other cruising families to plan some cruises with next year. We plan to visit the cape, and possibly Main, and well as our weekend trips to Boston Harbor, and North shore. Please contact me if you know of other families with children as it is always more fun for the kids if they have friends to play with. And lets face it, if the kids are happy, the parents are happy! SK
Comment by Dave Skolnick on February 4, 2009 at 7:13am
I think the best boat show in the US is the Annapolis Boat Show in October. The best I've ever been to is the Southampton show in September; you have to really like a show that is organized and laid out around a Guiness concession.
Comment by Captain Bill Scanlon on January 21, 2009 at 9:09am
2009 New England Boat Show Information
Show Location:

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Boston, Massachussettes


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2009 Show Dates:

Saturday, February 14, 2009
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The New England Boat Show is the oldest, largest and most respected boating marketplace in the Northeast. The New England Boat Show is held annually at the new, state of the art, Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC). With more than twice the available space of any other exhibition hall in the state, this is truly an event that the boating enthusiast will not want to miss! The show combines over 500,000 square feet of exhibit space and ceiling heights to over 90 feet. See Powerboats and fully rigged Cruising Sailboats to 50 feet. The New England Boat Show also has over 350 exhibits of marine accessories for your boating needs. The BCEC is an easy day trip from anywhere in New England. For more information just click on the navigation tabs above.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS CAN NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR TICKET PURCHASES AT THE SHOW A CITIZENS BANK ATM IS AVAILABLE IN THE SHOW LOBBY FOR YOUR CASH NEEDS.


Parking

BCEC South Parking Lot:
Operated by the BCEC.
To access from Summer Street, turn onto Eastside Drive, drive past the valet area, and continue straight along the side ot the building. At the end of the building, make a right and go down the ramp. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left and you will see the entrance to the South Parking lot in front of you.
 

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Mike Brown replied to sail abroad's discussion Beneteau 40 2008 replacement rudder bearings in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Before you do that check all the steering hardware between the wheels and quadrant. There's a lot of hardware in the system that could induce friction causing a heavier feel to the wheel. I have a 2008 43 with well over 10K nautical miles on…"
17 hours ago
Simo Makkonen replied to sail abroad's discussion Beneteau 40 2008 replacement rudder bearings in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"I've been wondering, if I should do the same in my B40/2007. The rudder has become heavy (high fricton?) and the problem is not in the steering cylinder. Anyone had similar problem? Simo"
18 hours ago
Mike Brown replied to sail abroad's discussion Beneteau 40 2008 replacement rudder bearings in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"I'm a bit surprised you need to replace the bearings on an 2008. I've not heard of any issues other than early model 43s required a brace be installed at the quadrant. Actually the issue was discovered by Franc who happens to own and run…"
20 hours ago
sail abroad added a discussion to the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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Beneteau 40 2008 replacement rudder bearings

Has anyone replaced the rudder bearings on a beneteau 40 2008/9? If someone has done this job could they please tell me what the part numbers are for both the bronze upper and lower bearing sleeves and also for the nylon thrust washers. The jefa? rudder shaft diameter is 60mm.I have !ooked on the beneteau spare parts website without success.Also I am trying to find the workshop notes for rep!acing the bearings as I know with the oceanis 411 the bottom bearing is glued (3M 5200) in but I don't…See More
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sail abroad liked GaryG's discussion B40 jib upgrade
yesterday
Mike Brown replied to Wayne's discussion New B 40 owner. in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Wayne, welcome to the group. I think you'll find a wealth of information from all the members. And of course enjoy your B40, its a heck of a boat. Mike October Moon 2008 B43"
Thursday
MAssimiliano replied to MAssimiliano's discussion foldng prop FOF on beneteau 40 in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hi Michael, at the moment I prefer a Folding Prop due to better performance while sailing and also when "motoring". My gearbox has a ratio in forwarding of 2.36. don't worry... I'm not American....I'm Italian :-) "
Thursday
Michael Boyle replied to MAssimiliano's discussion foldng prop FOF on beneteau 40 in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hi, I have a Kiwi feathering prop on my Beneteau 43, 4JH5E engine. It looks small and blades are a funny shape but it works perfectly. They set the pitch depending on size of engine, will need to know gearbox ratios, and it has full pitch in reverse…"
Thursday
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