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Old 31-03-2016, 19:36   #16
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Re: Can you ID this yacht?

If you keep her in water the stainless will corrode the aluminum sleeve through galvanic action. Try to keep those two metals the same.
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Old 31-03-2016, 19:41   #17
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If you keep her in water the stainless will corrode the aluminum sleeve through galvanic action. Try to keep those two metals the same.

Yep - just had that conversation with one of our members. I just ordered a stainless sleeve from McManus and Carr here in LA. Can't get the good stuff unless you know of a catalog that can deliver. Thanks for the head's up!


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"Can you id this Yacht"

that's funny
By technical dictionary definition it truly is a yacht. And a fine one at that.
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By technical dictionary definition it truly is a yacht. And a fine one at that.
Just our of interest, what 'technical' definition are you using
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