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Sherry Raintree
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  • Green Cove Springs, FL
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Florida
About Me:
I love sailing and adventure! I currently race on a women's sailing team here and sail every chance I get. We also have fun races that I attend.
Current location:
Florida
Looking to:
Liveaboard and make a circumnavigation, at least once!

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At 2:02am on September 17, 2009, Marlene A. Sassaman said…
You silly girl, just savor every second of your trip. You only get one chance to experience something for the first time. The Fast Lane team will save you a spot.
At 3:51pm on September 13, 2009, Bill Casey said…
be nice to be friends with those in florida hope we get to meet and sail together someday
At 11:00pm on September 3, 2009, Maryanne Schauman said…
Sherry I'm on now add me as your friend I cant seem to do it from this end
At 10:16pm on September 2, 2009, Marlene A. Sassaman said…
Hey there Srry Raintree,
Welcome to Sea Knots. Hope to see you on Sept. 12 as we need you to help train foredeck for the Mermaid Regatta. :-) When do you leave for Peru? When do you return? Travel is such a joy. Be safe,,,,,,,,,,,,
At 3:38pm on August 29, 2009, Art Dufresne said…
see my blog post about CN heading south, if interested in joining in at some point please email me
At 10:21am on August 8, 2009, Dalton Williams said…
Hi Sherry!

Green Cove Springs!!! Do you use SBI mailing service or perhaps you really do liive n Green Cove Springs.

Keep that dream alive to make the circumnavigation! That is my dream as well. So far the hard part has been meeting someone to do it with! {grin}

I spent the last seven years sailing in the Eastern Caribbean and decided to do something different this summer so I sailed to Newport RI after participating in the Antigua Classic Week Regatta. It's my first time back in the US with Quietly since 2002... What a culture shock to be back.

After only a month I am dreaming about heading out again. This time I will head to the Western Caribbean and hopefully on across the South Pacific if I should be so lucky to meet a great sailing partner.

Who knows... Meeting a great lady who shares that dream...

Nice to meet you and welcome to SeaKnots!
 
 
 

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sam added a discussion to the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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Yanmar 4JH4AE raw water pump wear plate

I recently changed the wear plate on the raw water pump on the Yanmar. I have about 1675 hours on the engine and the plate showed significant scaring and wear. It was an easy change-out. After removing the impeller the plate simply sits behind it and is easily removed with a dental pick/ bearing pick/ or toothpick. I also added the Speedseal Life cover. Nice device.The wear plate made a difference. Upon startup after an impeller change before changing the wear plate  out, I would sometimes need…See More
yesterday
Mike Brown replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Larry, that's two of us that wishes you had posted your fix sooner. I just paid over $300 for a new tach, and that was at wholesale cost. I sent a note to James Taylor telling him about your LCD screen fix. Hopefully it works for him as…"
yesterday
Larry Witty replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Should have posted my fix earlier. I had the same problem with the tach on my 323 before I bought the 43. I was able to get the hour meter to work on the 323 by following the processes out on the web about cleaning the silicon & the ribbon…"
yesterday
Mike Brown replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"After trying all the fixes I finally bit the bullet and replaced the entire tach unit. Other than needing to adjust the tachometer for correct engine speed it was an easy repair.  Mike"
Sunday
Luis Vieira de Sa replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hello Jo, I read the referred to fixes in the other forums and it was strange what people said. For me it looks like a bad contact in the connector as you say. I wrote my experience above (2015) and I must say that came to the previous state that…"
Oct 7
Luis Vieira de Sa updated their profile
Oct 7
Jo replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hi to everyone, before doing anything that can ruin your tachometer, please try this first that worked for me after having tried everything read on the internet about this problem. I had the same problem with my tachometer/hour meter (yanmar) and…"
Oct 7
Jo joined CAN DRAC's group
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Beneteau 40 & 43

A place to exchange thoughts, ideas and discussions about the Beneteau/Oceanis 40 and 43 models.
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