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  1. mlydon
    I'm interested in the prop - I have Left hand rotation - max prop can do both directions equally?

  2. Thank you dad
    i will be very interested in your list of items for sale. We are currently refitting our boat to take up to the pacific northwest next summer.

    Hope all goes well with treatment and we see you in Anacortes when we come through!

    thank you,
  3. wolfgal
    Thank you ExMaggie Drum for your very kind words. I'm not actually a writer as a few have surmised. However, I am keenly aware of how the character of ChiChi is a bit 'out there' for most, which makes the your supportive and constructive input on the thread all the more valuable. thank you!
  4. ThresherMan
    Howdy, I saw your comment about labeling wire with clear heatshrink. Could you share your source? Thanks, Ed
  5. Delfin
    Hello, we moor in Cap Sante, D 29. I'd look forward to connecting with you at some point.
  6. Rebar_Caruso
    how's the shoulder holding up? Should be up and through rehab by now.... enough strength to trust it yet?
  7. Tri
    Hi, I am in Europe. I have no specific LFP cells but the whole system is from Victron. That means I have solar panels from the brand Solara (Power M), the LiFePo from Victron, the MPPT regulators from Victron, etc. The system was designed and set up by (Mr. Stengel) a specialist in Solar systems. I am still amazed of how well it works and how much energy it generates. It is really plug and play without any worry about electricity ever again. I have not managed to get below 60 % with electrical heater, water maker, autopilot, fridge, etc.. Apart from sailing the LiFePo and solar system ist the best thing about the boat. :-)
  8. Rebar_Caruso
    A little late in gettin back on your reply... havin my coffee and still waking up. I'm still getting my "list" of things to do with WFC, and it's almost overwhelming. Last week, I pulled a plate off the cockpit flooring and replaced it, and all the collateral damage needs to be cleaned up. Next issue is getting the in mast rolled main pulled down and having the leech reinforced. yadda yadda yadda.... on my own for a couple days and am leary about getting something started and then the problems become more aparant like the layers of an onion. Would be great if my wife was psychic so she could just understand and I wouldn't have to explain each time I contemplate the potential problems with each bolt removed... lol. how you holding up in Anacortes? I hear there is still snow dropping from time to time? What's up with THAT?
  9. sailorboy1
    see now you don't even think I know anything based on one of your thread posts
  10. sailorboy1
    You just to take or reject me as I am. I don't always follow the herd and I'm not always right, but sometimes I am.

About Me

  • About exMaggieDrum
    Vessel Make/ model
    previous - Whitby 42 new - Goldenwave 44
    Vessel Name
    new boat - Argonauta
    retired - marine electrician & general tech
    Sold Maggie Drum in NZ, to Ozzie couple going RTW, after sailing to Mexico from Washington. Newbies to sailing and boats before buying MD and refitting her.


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