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Unread 09-01-2019, 19:54   #16
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

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I'm so sorry for your loss and the insurance company (and other owner?) hassles. I am interested in the auto-pilot set up. I'm refitting an old 1976 Irwin 42 CC Ketch. She's got currently just got mechanical steering, and while I will do more investigating on my end...Do you know if it your set up comes with "everything" I would need for setting up on my boat. Put another way did your boat have mechanical steering? I do have a new Garmin chartplotter ,etc. I am in New Hampshire but am planning a trip to your area in the next few weeks, if shipping is an issue! Thanks and best of luck with the whole proces! Neil
This autopilot is designed to drive a hydraulic pump and ram, it's not really suitable for a mechanical system, sorry! And it does not come with the hydraulic pump and ram, just the course computer, display unit, rudder angle sensor, and compass sensor.

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Unread 09-01-2019, 22:28   #17
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Sorry for your loss. I'm interested in the caribe and motor. I'll send you a pm for details.
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Unread 09-01-2019, 22:39   #18
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Interested in Nature’s Head. Photos, condition? Still in box or ???
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Unread 10-01-2019, 07:02   #19
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Pm sent on fortress and galerider.
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Unread 10-01-2019, 07:11   #20
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Interested in Nature’s Head. Photos, condition? Still in box or ???
I no longer have the box it came in, but it has never been used, clean as a whistle. I'd installed it on my boat, and was still in the process of other refit stuff when the boat was crushed. You get the unit itself, all the mounting hardware, two liquids containers, extra vent hose and fittings, and a box of coconut coir bricks. I'll get it from my storage tonight and take some pictures.

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Unread 10-01-2019, 07:18   #21
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It does have all the cables and mounting hardware, at least what comes standard from Icom. It's not the Dockside Radio kit.

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Thanks for the reply. Sorry but a couple more questions. How old is the radio and when did you purchase it? Will the ICOM or seller's warranty still apply and how long?
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Unread 10-01-2019, 09:05   #22
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Thanks for the reply. Sorry but a couple more questions. How old is the radio and when did you purchase it? Will the ICOM or seller's warranty still apply and how long?
No problem. It's a couple of years old, but never installed. It was originally bought from Defender, and I cannot say what the warranty status is. Still in the original boxes, though I did remove from the packaging to figure out how to install it, just never got around to doing the install before the boat was crushed. All cables and installation hardware included.
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

I am not looking for any parts.
I just wanted to express my sympathy at your typical insurance company screwing.
Would you like to post the name of the yacht, its owner, and insurance company?
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Have you ask your insurance broker to look after your interests. Usually they will fight for you with the other company.
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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

Are there adjuster's in the boat world that can negotiate on behalf of the owner against the insurance company representing the guilty party ?
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Unread 10-01-2019, 10:16   #26
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I am interested in all the winches, the water maker and the stove. I sent you a PM with my contact info.

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Re: Boat totaled, selling off lots of equipment

Hi David,

Am interested in Gale Rider Drogue and possibly the Garmin GPSmap 1040xs plotter, like new - $800.00.

What year and model of chartplotter.

Is antenna and wiring included with chartplatter.?

I currently rely on a new RayMarine equipment and wish to acquire a repeater chartplotter for my nav. station.

My mobile number is 512 578 5806.

Please give me a call.

Cheers,

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Unread 10-01-2019, 10:27   #28
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David,
I sent a pm.
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Unread 10-01-2019, 11:00   #29
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David, my pm as registered may not be working. Can you use my alternate email andrzej0213@gmail.com for the galerider and fortress info.
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Hi David,

Very sorry for your loss. I'm interested in the Fortress anchor.

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