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arnoldo alfaro
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  • san jose, santa ana
  • Costa Rica
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Profile Type:
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Homeport:
puerto azul
About Me:
ex commercial broadcaster , but still a ham radio TI2SW. My gradma and my father were born here in Puntarenas... so here I feel at home. I have a Tiger of the Seas Formosa Ketch 45 ft and a little Oday 27 both with new motors
Current location:
Puntarenas
Destinations visited:
Cocos Island and all the Pacific Coast of CR
Looking to:
Go to Golfito this summer, visit my friend ALvarito at Las Gaviotas Marina and then Isla del Caño.

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At 1:27pm on March 26, 2012, zeehag said…

i dont varnish  my yankee clipper-- she is natural, but not grey...in la cruz de huanacaxtle  at present, sloooowwwllyyy working my way south....

At 10:08am on June 30, 2009, LOLA said…
WELCOME...I LOVE COSTA RICA. THOUGHT OF MOVING THERE. I'M ALSO AN ARTIST...SEE MY ALBUM ON MY PAGE.
PLEASE JOIN GROUP AT TOP OF PAGE ...ARTWORKS OF OCEAN AND RELATED.
NOW I REMEMBER YOUR BOAT SHOWN BEFORE.
At 8:35pm on June 23, 2009, zeehag said…
how is your sea tiger??? are you sailing her anymore?? your pups are cute....have a goood day....
At 9:35pm on April 3, 2009, Suky said…
How goes the Beta engine ? They look very sweet. I'd like to hear how it works out for you.
At 7:03pm on March 3, 2009, zeehag said…
please join my group for these boats and invite your friends as well into the group! i would love to see pix of your sea tiger- of the repairs you may have done and the beautiful lady she is.
i have opened the group taiwanese ketches again-please request an invite-i wasnt able to send you one to your inbox..thankyou!
At 12:35am on February 28, 2009, Suky said…
thanks. Wonderful you have your collection - must be great fun. Your photos make me want to leap into them. I've only gotten as far south as Belize but I have friends that live on Osa Peninsula... sure would love to get there one day.
At 9:54pm on January 20, 2009, zeehag said…
omg you goit the goo done!!!! i wanted a sea tiger sooo much---i have a yankee clipper---different model of same as you'
there are mirrors and draqgons and all lkind sof cool thingies built in by the creators of these boats....you have one of the goood ones......handf carved doors, draqgons each side--must be able to see each other---or bad luck----there are mirrors oin the master stateroom wall---bulkhead---built in by builders in taiwan...all of the boats have them....do not take apart your interior unless there is gross rot. is from the building of the boat....beautiful...the more of this stuff ya keep, the more your boat is valued.....go figger......
At 4:12pm on January 13, 2009, Gabriel Araya said…
Arnoldo,
Cómo vas? Adonde diablos estás que no te he vuelto a ver?
Feliz año a vos también. Cómo está el barco?
Juan Gabriel
At 12:37am on January 5, 2009, Art Dufresne said…
Hello my friend and thank you for the holiday wishes...save a tamale for me to eat when I return in Feb.

I wish you and all of your family a wonderful new year.

I enjoyed looking through your photos. I need to add some to my page.
At 12:51pm on December 31, 2008, PCarrico said…
Is the mizzen boom the original lenght, or did you extend the mizzen boom?
Looks like Esphatal has plenty of sail area.
 
 
 

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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
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"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…"
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Larry Witty replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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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"
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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…"
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Jo replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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