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  1. Cuttyhunk
    Hi,

    I read in a thread from a year or so ago that you added temp and oil pressure gauges to your engine instruments. Could you tell me the VDO senders and gauges you bought? We have two MD2030c engines and one is disassembled in our garage right now. Seems like a good time to upgrade the sensors. Thanks for any help with this. We have a 36' EndeavourCat.
  2. chouliha
    Hi Mark


    Chuck here from Jacaranda. I read your recent post about a 110V wall receptacle with a couple USB plugs. I tried to get the dimensions of the cutout needed for this unit. We have a couple 110V wall plugs on the boat and they are all wired thru a GFI. The next time you are on the boat could you measure the actual size of the back of the receptacle? L W D? I went to there website and all it shows is the front of the wall plug. I do not have room for the full box that the unit fits into behind the wall.


    I would be so appreciative. Here in the Marquesas we are trying to do our order for boat stuff for our annual trip back to the States in Nov.


    Thank you


    Chuck
  3. Canibul
    We're planning our trip, and I was wondering if you had any advice about the Windward Passage? I'm looking at that 230 nm stretch between Matthewtown Gt. Inagua and Jamaica. Long stretch for the two of us, and impossible to do during daylight hours. No radar, either. Did you do that all in one go or pull over in Haiti or someplace? Navassa?
  4. sailorsocal
    I am interested in your watermaker. Can you send me more information and pics if available including what you are looking to get for it? My email is my screen name (Sailorsocal) at gmail. Looking forward to hearing back from you soon. John
  5. Peter Richardso
    Hi Mark, sorry I haven't got back to you in some time about the problem I'm having with my auto pilot, but after a friend, an electrical trades person poked around a lot he concluded that there was a power lost from what I can only explain as the Raymarine computer unit, a box approx. 12"x9"x2" back down to the selector switches for which pilot I wish to use. As he was not sure of what to poke in the box he advised that I should get a real Raymarine techo on the job which I'm trying to do. I'll keep you informed of the out come.
    Kind regards Peter
  6. craigb
    Hi I am very interested to hear your experiences on intergrating the maretron systems and raymarine.

    I want to et all the maretron sensors and ultrsonic weather station intergrate o mnea 2000 backbone with Raymarine i70 display and e 90 MFd , chartplotter, raymarine auto pilot

    regards craig
  7. mcerdos
    I have some questions about Manata cats. Would you be willing to help? If so, markerdos at yahoo.com
  8. SurfNRG
    Kevin here from S/V Bladerunner, the Wildcat 350. Thanks for the shopping me the battery combiners. Bought both for $20. Wanna make sure they both work before installing. Strange how he didn't want to use them and go back to just a one bank system. Question, do you Eileen from the Manta Perseverance? I was told that they're looking for a smaller cat and wanted to let them know about our boat. Since they're in town it would be worth showing them Bladerunner. You can reach me on my cell phone at 321.693.1642. Thanks again Mark and Happy 'n Safe Sailing! Kevin

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  • About colemj
    Vessel Make/ model
    Manta 40 "Reach"
    Vessel Name
    Reach
    Location
    Presently on US East Coast
    Occupation
    fixing the boat
    Interests
    fixing the boat
    Biography
    I fix the boat
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    You do not need a parachute to skydive. You only need a parachute to skydive twice.

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