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Old 19-10-2009, 20:55   #991
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mine is hull# 47 .The trampolina is in perfect condition.
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Wayward Wind, hull 92.

Daniel, screecher is by Quantum.

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Volvo Penta D1-30F Engine & Sail Drive Parts List

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I put together a Volvo Penta D1-30F Engine & Sail Drive Parts List.
Now you can have all your maintenance items in one list.

See attached Word Document. Use this and add you own items.

Some of these items are also used on the D1-20 engine.
I am hoping that one of our members will edit this for the D1-20 engine and repost it for everyone.

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Thanks for putting this list together Mark!
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Old 22-10-2009, 08:30   #999
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The new FP dealer in florida is Florida Yacht Brokers Group. I have Paul Robinson operations manager in Miami. 305-496-4837 Also Dave Sell /owner 610-751-4719 I hope this will help everybody. My hull #28. (KOKOMO)

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Mahe Wine Cellar

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Since our hulls stay so dry on these cats we figured we may as well put them to good use. Here is our Wine Cellar in the Starboard hold at the bottom of the steps. Just wrap the bottles in bubble wrap or a towel and stow them away.

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I like that wine cellar idea!!
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Since our hulls stay so dry on these cats we figured we may as well put them to good use. Here is our Wine Cellar in the Starboard hold at the bottom of the steps. Just wrap the bottles in bubble wrap or a towel and stow them away.

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Mark, what do you mean the hulls stay so dry? Every time after a rough sail (tacking with waves in strong wind) I have to dry the hulls. Wave slamming pushes seawater into the bilge pump tubes.
We purchased four one way valves (Whale brand). Hope this helps.

Yesterday we arrived in our winter harbor here in the Netherlands. Miss Poes stys in the water this winter. We just reached 4000 nm this summer by visiting all countries in the Baltic. Total distance now 7222 nm.

Our boat is hull nr 88, "Miss Poes", delivered begin of june 2008.

We put our boat on the sands to clean the Coppercoat and chack the anodes before winter. The folding propellor zinc anodes (imitation but fitting well) turned out to be gone around 90 % after being in the water exactly 6 months! Beware. I don't know the cause: brackish Baltic water, voltages / current due to shore connection, or inferior quality. Any suggestions?
The sail drive anodes are still good enough from new.

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We have hull#25. We are storing our wines in the bilge also.It is about the right temperature for reds.Always dry down there,never had a drop of water. Just replaced the anodes for the first time though they were in pretty good shape.
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Loop in the drain hose

Jef,

Never had any water in the bilges during the Trans-Atlantic crossing or during this summer’s season.

Another possible sollution would be to use a Loop in the drain hose
instead of the overhead U in the hose. See Attached picture.
It would mean changing out or adding more hose, but would be easier to drain or empty during winter storage.

Can you post some pictures of Miss Poes on the beach for bottom cleaning ?

I am painting the props with PropSpeed for next year to see if the Prop Zincs last longer.
Once I cleaned the factory clear coat off the props my Prop Zincs went fast also.

My sail drive anodes are good also.

How do you like the Coppercoat ? I may put that on also.
10+ year bottom epoxy works for me.

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