i am a man in the black sea coast city giresun, i would love to buy cheap older sailing yacht for me.(some english kinds ketches center cocpit,formosas,or steel or wood or any kind composites.must be down under the 35000$) i own 1 trawler steel motorboat and trying to sell thisboat... i desire to sailing around the world whit sailing(ketch)yachts...İ AM AN EXTREEM SPORTS FUN .i am doing scuba and some special free dive stills and spearfishing actions. i m able seaman live on the sea whit sea foods.
some turkish southern western ports whit black sea coasts..SPAIN almeria to mahon FRANCE corsica propriano ajaccio bonifaccio ITALY sadegna ,ponsa,ventone,ischia,capri to messina GREECE zakhintos ,methoni.some more islands till go turkey ans here i am for sail other places.
friendship,sailing budys,sailing,share 4 any ideas...and adventeurs for resting and find myself on the oceans.
New to the group, going through the posts, I have come upon this thread. I was considering tinting my windows of my Beneteau 43 with a darker tint, but I really like your idea. So I will copy with…"
"Larry good luck. And remember to use the KISS Method when troubleshooting. Keep It Simple Stupid haha. It’s an old and basic concept that dictates you always do the easiest and obvious stuff first. Then if it doesn’t fix it get more…"
"Sounds like you need to give that windlass some TLC. I used to clean and apply a light coating of grease to all the surfaces in and under the gypsy. It remained smooth over a 10 year period. Five of those years were spent cruising full time on the…"
Doing some maintenance on my B43 Quick Antares windlass this year. After removing the windlass, I knew instantly that I should have been doing this at least ever other year. The windlass was preforming weak and slow with a noise which made me think the motor brushes or a bearing was going out, thus the reason for removing it.What I found upon removal was a tremendous amount of salt and sand on the top part of the gearbox, literally packed in. Upon cleaning everything up, luckily all bearings…See More