"Welcome Tammy, My husband and I have been cruising the caribbean for the past 5 yrs. on our 42' catamaran. It was a big change from our monohull. I have found people here very friendly and helpful. All the best
Hi everyone, My husband and I use to sail, but he past away a few months ago. Now I'm starting to get back out there with some of our old friends. I have a 1977 45' Morgan Classic sailboat that my husband bought a few years ago. She's an oldie but a goodie. I found this site hoping to meet some new friends along life's journey.
We've been all over.
This summer I'm looking to sail down to FL along the Atlantic.
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Welcome Tammy, My husband and I have been cruising the caribbean for the past 5 yrs. on our 42' catamaran. It was a big change from our monohull. I have found people here very friendly and helpful. All the best
Great! You're working a lot and I guess that early you will sail!
I saw in the photo that you have a folding prop ... Can you tell us wich type you have?
The engine is 3jh4e...29kw/40cv?
"It now begins. Took delivery of the '08 B40. It had been out of the water for three years and winterized in Memphis.
The survey had been done out of water and as expected things were missed. Such as failed forward ac condensation sump…"
"I check rudder play every time the boat is hauled, which is every summer. I give it a good push and pull but suspect no where near the pressure you put on it. So far so good but I'll definitely check it a bit closer the next time she's…"
"Drop a big concrete block near the rudder of any B40/B43 as a measuring reference and pull really hard on the rudder and I bet beer you see similar figures, 30,40,50mm Flex, it's not dead play from the bearings something else, not sure what…"
"I have no idea how long it is and can't measure for you as I'm nowhere near the boat. I do know there are different lengths with each having their own part number. You may be able to find an engine/transmission dealer such as Mack Boring…"