i think only two that I know of. Both on C dock of Staeel Creek Marina. I used to have “Pronto” an Ericsson 26 there, but I sold her and her new owners haven’t been around for several years.
Wonder if this would work?
sailboatstuff.com has a brass "Commisioning Plate" listed for sale. http://www.sailboatstuff.com/cb_misc.html
I got one a few years back for Kailani as she had no builders plate.
Corkins Neck, NC
I have a Lofgrens manual windlass that I was just getting ready to post and then saw your inquiry on the older post. It has both gypsy and drum similar to the one pictured. It is in very good condition and only selling because I replaced with an electric.
PM me if interested.
Caliber 33 ->...
I sold the boat last fall, but the new owner did not want the spinnakers. I have 2 symmetricals and one assymetrical. All in good condition. I'll send pictures via PM to those interested. Price is $300 each plus shipping.
Buy all three and I will even throw in a Blooper!
I installed one of these last year and have been very happy with it so far.
if I understand your situation and question, you are saying the shunt will be electrically the last place all current will flow though before going to the jumper directly back to the battery with no other connection...
Welcome,There are a few of us who have the smaller Ericsons and post regularly. I hope you come to enjoy yours as much as we do. Practical Sailer did a review of the 25 and 26 and were very complimentary.Pat
I use the oxyclean soak in a plastic barrel routine...about 4 hours or so. I called the oxyclean consumer help line and they advised no more time than that. I also barrel soak 2x to rinse and then hang from a large tree in the side yard to dry. Others I know use the rafters of their garage to...
The above the waterline ones were cracked as you can see in the attached picture. The yard told me that the below the waterline ones were in fact brittle and broke while they were being removed. Whether this was from impact or from disassembly I don't know. The other picture is of the...
On the Lake where I keep Pronto, there is not a yard for maintenance work, so most boats are pulled infrequently (3-4 years) and then trailered down to yards on the coast. I had my boat pulled this spring for bottom maintenance and new standing rigging as well as replacement of the through hulls...
I went through this this spring with the major refit of Pronto. I replaced all with bronze. It appeared to me that the labor was the same and the cost difference per through hull averaged about $35. I decided to go with bronze to never have to worry about them again.Pat
I instantly remembered this thread when I saw the news this morning. The whole situation reminds me of the Mcgregor overloading a few years back and of how preventable this type of accident is. Condolences to the families of the children lost last evening.