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Pat S/V Ciao!
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  • Lambertville,N.J.
  • United States
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Pat S/V Ciao! and Mike Brown are now friends
Sep 11, 2013
Pat S/V Ciao! commented on Marlene Anne Sassaman's blog post Progress,,,,
"Go for it and be safe. A little fear is what keeps us safe and aware of changing conditions and what we should do.Godspeed,Pat"
Mar 4, 2012
Pat S/V Ciao! liked John V. G. Mayton's blog post The first several days
Jan 23, 2012
Pat S/V Ciao! liked LOLA's video
Mar 29, 2011
Pat S/V Ciao! commented on YACHTASEA's blog post radar systems
"Last year West Marine had a C70 chartplotter and a 2k radar dome on sale for below $2000.It wasn't digital but it was reasonable. I mast mounted the dome which took some time since I did it by myself but if I had a little extra cash ,I would…"
Jan 7, 2011
Pat S/V Ciao! replied to Peter's discussion Installing arch on Beneteau Oceanis 411 in the group Beneteau Corner
"I agree with Mike that a arch can be pricely. Poles from manufacters like Scanstrut,Edison or Seaview might be a better choice.It not ideal but a hardtop dodger can also carry some solar panels,just a idea.Take care and good luck with the 411!"
Jan 7, 2011
Tom left a comment for Pat S/V Ciao!
"Pat, I am glad you found the video enjoyable. I am looking for another, that I used to have on video tape, of the journey of the S.& S. yacht Dorade crossing the Atlantic. I got a copy from the cooky's granddaughter and will post it when i…"
Dec 20, 2010
Pat S/V Ciao! commented on Tom's video
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Tabarly

"Thanks for sharing the images of the french sailor and the "pen duick""
Dec 19, 2010

Profile Information

Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Brooklyn,N.Y.
About Me:
Sail a Beneteau 343
Current location:
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Destinations visited:
New York,Long Island Sound,Block Island,Cape May,Delaware Bay and Fort Lauderdale-Bahamas

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At 12:59am on December 20, 2010, Tom said…

Pat, I am glad you found the video enjoyable. I am looking for another, that I used to have on video tape, of the journey of the S.& S. yacht Dorade crossing the Atlantic. I got a copy from the cooky's granddaughter and will post it when i can.

At 11:49am on March 16, 2010, CAN DRAC said…
Thanks Pat. Yes, we had to do that (and pay) and obtain a valid MMSI number from the FCC. Our troubles are with step number 3 (interfacing the radio with the GPS). Thanks for your response!
At 4:47am on March 3, 2010, CAN DRAC said…
Yes, we did! Glenn and Brian and Bruce and the rest of the team were great helping us prepare our dream voyage and were very supportive along the way! Bruce was actually sending us technical tips via sat phone while we were in the middle of the Atlantic fixing our autopilot. If you talk to them tell them we say hi! Do you have any pics of your 343???
At 9:52am on March 2, 2010, LOLA said…
I loved the gift , I was very surprised when I saw what was in it..it's beautiful.
At 9:51am on March 02, 2010, LOLA gave Pat S/V Ciao! a gift
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Hey Pat thanks for the gift...you are so kind..your friend..Lola
 
 
 

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foster replied to foster's discussion Spinakker halyard chafe in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hello Franc, Did you put this block directly on the  "O" ring that originally directed the spinnaker halyard. With the asymmetric spinnaker we have on a Facnor Spinex furling system we have to put a strong tension. Is there a risk…"
Monday
Franc replied to foster's discussion Spinakker halyard chafe in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"I went up the mast and installed a block to put the halyard through. Problem solved! "
Sunday
foster replied to foster's discussion Spinakker halyard chafe in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Reply by foster 1 second ago Delete Hello Bruce, Thanks for the answer. I think I am going to modify this Beneteau Z spar set up to improve and diminish chafe and then put a new halyard. Simplest would be to attach a block to the ring. But this…"
Friday
foster replied to foster's discussion Spinakker halyard chafe in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hello Bruce, Thanks for the answer. I think I am going to modify this Beneteau Z spar set up to improve and diminish chafe and then put a new halyard. Simplest would be to attach a block to the ring. But this could interfere with the genoa…"
Friday
Bruce Bogdanoff replied to Ed English's discussion Tac Failure on Ben 40
"Check you wiring harness on the back of the engine panel. Pull the connectors apart and together several times to remove corrosion. The spray with WD 40 or electronics cleaner. I the put an electrical Dielectric grease  on the connectors before…"
Friday
Bruce Bogdanoff replied to foster's discussion Spinakker halyard chafe in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"I have a pole lift that goes to the pulley (Reel?) below the bracket that captures the Gennaker Halyard. I also have chafe on the line and on my second spinnaker line. The first one was replaced under warrenty as the chafe occurred within a year of…"
Friday
foster added a discussion to the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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Spinakker halyard chafe

Hello,As many of you I guess the spinaker halyard ruptured from chafe on the ring that guides down near the mast a little above the frontstay.Did any of you modify this to minimize the chafe? Do you also use the spare reel next probably for pole toplift ?Any suggestions or pictures would be very welcomed.For the moment trying to dry the chute in the garden....ThanksDenisSee More
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