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Old 27-05-2013, 06:19   #16
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Re: Med Mooring for catamarans

Karabil,
I don't know exactly what they are called. CYS Marine in Lefkas fround them in the UK and ordered me 4. I'll pick them up in a few weeks and can post the info then. I do know they are going to cost me 80 euro each including shipping and VAT.

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Thanks. My number on ideal modification would be to install a hydralic passeralle that doubled as a dingy crane. Then I would put a solid platform on the stern like Voyage and St. Francis cats have to set the dingy on.
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Re: Med Mooring for catamarans

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Frank, do you have any photo's of your Passerelle? I'd love to have a hydralic one.

Mine was made from a motorcycle ramp and is not very stable. Plus, I can't figure out how to suspend it off the quay. Bow in I could use my spin halyard but it would be off center. Stern too, no easy options.
I dream of having a hydraulic passerelle one day.............
In the mean time, we use the spinny halyard to support the passerelle, and also connect a line from the side stay to keep the lifting force along the passerelle centreline. (See photos)

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Old 27-05-2013, 09:38   #18
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Re: Med Mooring for catamarans

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Pictures show the unit sucked in and level, then in and up.

The others are full extended ie 3.60met.

Small power pack in engine room.

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Old 27-05-2013, 20:59   #19
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Re: Med Mooring for catamarans

Thanks for the photo's Frank. That looks like a good set up. Would you mind posting how much the installation cost?

Burls, that is an interesting way of handling the spreader. For some reason I wasn't thinking about tying off that way. Certainly doable for me so hopefully it will work.
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Old 28-05-2013, 14:34   #20
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No idea, it was on the boat when we bought it, Google Bioinox and check for the size you need.

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