"I’ve finally posted the info on the installation of the electric engine in my 2-29:
There are several related posts, plus a link to more pictures.
We took it out for a spin yesterday and…"
I've finished painting the non-skid on my lockers with KiwiGrip, a product from New Zealand described in the January 2011 issue of Good Old Boat magazine. Here's my experience: KiwiGrip Non-SkidSee More
Hi Anne, I don't know how to reply on the firstname.lastname@example.org to you. I am just getting the hang of that sight.
If you still need assistance for the Cock Island race on June 20th, let me know.
I would also love to give you a hand with the prior prep work and moving the boat.
I will be able to help Thursday after 5pm but i have to report at 530am the next day to work.
Friday after 5pm until Monday 5am, which would allow me to help you bring the boat back on Sunday.
I can participate on Wednesday night races but I will not be available until the 12 of June due to transportation.
my # 404-433-9628 Jodi
give me a call anytime after 1700 or txt anytime.
Anne, I am in Hampton and belong to HYC. I race Wed night beer cans and some Saturdays with OPCYC, but give me a shout on other days if you want some sailing company. My regular email is email@example.com. I will give you my phone number.
Yeah, I haven't gotten the full coverage on tow insurance. But, the more I think about it, the more it makes sense. Now that I have the thing back in the water (as of yesterday), there's always the possibility!
"Before you do anything; have your batteries of concern tested by marina. They can load the battery and see if they are losing the ability to take a charge.
B37 Lake Simcoe."
Been a long LONG time since we dropped on to our page here at Seaknots ....but I CAN say that our boat is back together with mast, new stanchions, new bottom job, & other various needed replacements and is nearly ready to sail the waters here once more! It only took 8 LONG years eh? who knows....maybe we will provide some more updates here soon...See More
Hi allI need to replace the starter on a Yanmar 3JH2 engine in a very tight engine compartment.Does anyone have suggestions on how to do this without having to remove the entire engine?ThanksThiloSee More