Scott, are the Hagar circuit breakers the same style as the ones originally in the boat? OOps, having looked at the photo above it seems your circuit breakers are different to the ones installed on 2gether.
It may be that yours are 240v, and the others set up for 115v
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Spoke to www.hager.co.uk today. Their tech said that Hagar MLN710A Circuit Breakers are the UK version which are more readily available than the MFN710. The F in the number stands for the French reference.
I think now I will be able to find them.
I guess you have 2 tanks of 270 litres. They probably pre-produced you boat before you ordered and they put the two tanks in because you can't do that afterwards, making a boat with one tank hard to sell.
For those people who are ordering a boat: I suggest you ask Fountaine Pajot to add a triple jammer to the double jammer on the rooftop. We ordered an extra double jammer, and are sorry we did not take an extra triple. This is needed for the two reefing lines and the lie through the boom which pulls the rear end of the sail backwards (forgive for for not knowing the English term). The jammers in the front of the boom are not suitable.
Another tip for present owners. The jibhalyard runs through a ring just before going into the mast, at the top of the jib. My impression is that this ring's main purpose is to damage your halyard in one single season. The risk is that the halyard is worn through before you discover it. I took the halyard out of this ring. Please correct me if I am wrong. Might it also have a purpose in preventing warp of the aluminium furle profile?
He's taking some shots of our hull at the factory though I do like the one you've posted! Where was it taken?
I worked at General Dynamics in the early 80's and spent a lot of time in Mystic. One of my favorite places in New England.
Can someone post pics of their FP supplied bowsprit? I'm interested in the aft attachment configuration and how it joins the hull.
That option is a bit salty for me at >$5K and there are many CF choices out there for a lot less.
Has anyone done any homework on this? Thanks in advance for the info!
Hello everyone. Our boat is sitting on the hard right now for a bottom job. I got some bad news this morning,we found about 20 blisters,most of them on the inside,I will post some pictures when available....I am not very happy. Next time you get a chance you all need to ckeck your boats.This was not suppose to happen.
I had 7 blisters on my hull last year when I hauled out for a bottom job (all on the inside), 2 had water in them. F-P paid to repair them, you have a 5 year warranty on the hull. I was told that there was not primer placed on my hull just antifouling paint. F-P paid for a new primer coat as well as blister repair.