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  1. paddyd
    the same or better DB , we use a harsh enviroment roller sealed high speed NSK bearing not a basic off the shelf bearing ,so the noise level is much lower ....as with any quality bearing until broken in there is some roller noise , breakin normally takes 40 to 100 hours depending on your location and daily winds ....then it really quiets down
    most wind generator noise is a result of the blades passing air flow , the better the blades the lower the noise
    We used a carbon fiber composite for the blades which during the break in process and while under flow stress flex to achieve a perfect airflow
    My blades are a carbon fiber composite
    call me directly for any questions 409-457-2049
    I will answer anything
    ask me about the motor , the balance of the unit , the oring , the internal lube , the included controller , switch , fuse
    i make a great unit ......tks Paddy
  2. sinbad7
    Her kan du følge Ocean Viking på ferieturen i sommer...
    (spotadventures.com/trip/view/?trip_id=266048)

    Hyggelig at du kjenner Geir og båten... jeg mente at han ligger i Farsund...

    Nei,vi ser lite til kriminaliteten her i feriebyen Ubatuba,men selvsagt finnes det.
    Det er ikke så helt fritt for kriminalitet i Norge heller ser jeg,med daglige mord og voldtekter av våre jenter. Nei Norge er nok ikke slik det var da jeg vokste opp og dro til sjøss som 15 åring. Send meg en email hvis du får lyst: tore()yachtmarine.com

    Mvh
    Tore
  3. Edmund
    Hei.

    Nei, NFS kjenner jeg ikke. Hva er det?

    Edmund
  4. Garold
    Careka

    No, sorry.

    We had a 20kg delta anchor on our L380. And it fitted well and held well when anchoring.

    On our L400 we have fitted a Rocna 25kg. It fits pretty well but when the anchor comes up one has to slow it down at the top because otherwise it seems to flick up and the ring/rail in the back of the Rocna catches the wire that runs from the waterline to the missle of the bows.

    Not a problem, one just has to exert a bit of care in the last few feet of operating the windlass.

    Not sure that i have explained this well so if you dont understand me I tell me and shall try again!

    The Rocna appears to be a reliable anchor so far but our useage has been quite limited.

    Cheers

    Garold

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    Lagoon380 Comfort#637
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