"I haven't been on here much Roger. I am still sailing. Have my own little boat to go play in when I cant find a big boat to crew on. Glad to hear you are ready to play a bit in the wind. I have a friend in SF area that…"
" Hey Nia: Was just watchin for ya So I could say Hi? I think I'm just about ready too take my Baby too the Delta soon in S.F. Just a lil freaked out by the Blue water of the Pacific but will overcome…"
I haven't been on here much Roger. I am still sailing. Have my own little boat to go play in when I cant find a big boat to crew on. Glad to hear you are ready to play a bit in the wind. I have a friend in SF area that loves to sail if you want me to hook you up with him. He has has experience.
I installed Lifeline AGM batteries upon commissioning the boat when new. I used GPL 27T's on the engine start and bow thruster service. I used the 6 volt GPL 4ct's in the house bank ( total of six, 660 amp hour capacity)I just had to replace both of the GPL27T's. Boat was commissioned in July of 2008, so a bit over 7 years life obtained from those two. Hope to get at least a year or more from the house side, as they have been managed carefully.Just data for those interested,Sams/v LONGHAWKI B43…See More
"hawaii%20sailing%20002.JPG Tracker%20Round%20Trip%202015.PNG For anyone contemplating an ocean crossing with a Cascade 36, just wanted to share two items I incorporated, that were really useful on a recent round trip to Hawaii.
"Even though I owned an 1980 O'Day 30, I can't answer that question. However, a builder that screws in hand rails on a 30 foot cruiser would be asking for liability claims. I don't believe O'Day would have done…"
My Oday is an '84 Oday 30. It does have one or two white caps on the cabin overhead, but it also has an interior handrail that is mounted on black rubber blocks. I removed a bung from one of the interior handrails and…"
It depends. What model O'Day are we speaking about? Who put the rails on in the first place? Are there white caps about 3/4 of an inch on the cabin overhead under where the handrails are? If yes, the rails are…"