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Forum: Multihull Sailboats 17-09-2018, 12:11
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Rebuilt Doger from 72" to 103"

I stayed with original design, just cut in thrids, placed where they each would be positioned, then connected angle with board. Whole job took several weeks, but turned out fine. Getting ready to put...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 07-05-2018, 04:42
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Speed to survive container colision?

All being said, the most you can do is be diligent, adhere to "The Rules of the Road" and don't fret beyond what you cannot control.

Safe Sailing
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 06-05-2018, 00:26
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Forum: Multihull Sailboats 06-05-2018, 00:12
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Interesting. We have a Yahama 60 HP mounted behind the sterncastle firewall. It has easy access by removing firewall, held in place by two pins and two clips. Also easy access with overhead hatch if...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 05-05-2018, 22:41
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Been there. Tri 40 built in 2008. Decided to grind down and recover all hulls and contour all 90 degree angles. 2 1/2 years on the hard and 75K in expenses, not taking into account my time. Averaged...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 04-06-2017, 16:19
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Forum: Multihull Sailboats 17-03-2017, 11:23
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

I'm heading over to the boat in a few minutes, I'll try and snap a couple pics while I'm there and post them. I does seems like a danger for you to have an open trunk. In a moment of commotion, the...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 17-03-2017, 05:24
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

We also have a buoyant, composition canter board. We have a hatch cover over the trunk that slides to the side and allows us to pull a line to bring it down and then we lock the line in a block...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 17-03-2017, 05:12
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

We also have a buoyant, composition canter board. We have a hatch cover over the trunk that slides to the side and allows us to pull a line to bring it down and then we lock the line in a block...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 12-01-2017, 08:15
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

We have a 40ft SR with a 60 HP Yamaha that is mounted aft of the sterncastle, behind the firewall. It is mounted to the deck and our gear housing unit (foot) is mounted beneath the boat and connects...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 11-06-2016, 17:56
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Any Info on the Searunner 39 'Comocean' ?

Would love to see pics of the progress.
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 10-06-2016, 07:15
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

John,

We have finished and splashed our 40' Searunner Look-A-Like. It has taken two years and four months, 847 lbs of various glass resins, fillers and epoxies. This is what we have done:
All 90...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 10-06-2016, 06:54
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Any Info on the Searunner 39 'Comocean' ?

winginit.shutterfly.com/pictures/521
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 10-06-2016, 06:53
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Any Info on the Searunner 39 'Comocean' ?

We are finished!! Please see attached picture link.http://winginit.shutterfly.com/pictures/521
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 27-03-2016, 09:06
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

John,

Deal!! That would be a blast!
(770) 356-2369
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 26-03-2016, 03:41
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Any Info on the Searunner 39 'Comocean' ?

Just happened upon your query. We purchased Comotion, now a documented S/V "Wingin' it, and love her.
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 25-03-2016, 00:15
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Two Years in boatyard and will splash next week. Still need to install new dodger, graphics and lettering, and service engine, which has not been started in two years and two months.

Solar panels...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 03-03-2016, 15:41
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Jim Brown Searunner 37-40' ?

Over the last two yearshttp://www,winginit.shutterfly.com
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 24-01-2016, 16:19
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Two years into adding new skin and contours to o <r m 40 and will be splashing in four weeks! Topcoat next week, then start putting back together, finally!http://winginit.shutterfly.com
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 20-01-2015, 15:42
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Smile Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

[QUOTE=PJOHara;1727754]immersion data for a SR40 is 855 lbs per inch. Epoxy averages about 9lbs/gallon, so if you used 80 gallons of resin with cabosil you're looking at 720 lbs plus the weight of...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 15-01-2015, 00:31
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Roy - Thank you for taking the time to respond in such detail. I have one minor issue, we have no boat lift in the Carrabelle, Fl area that can handle the beam.

We pulled "Wingin' it" out of the...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 14-01-2015, 05:50
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

We had an extensive survey conducted by a certified group out of St. Pete, Fl.
The problem is that they did not detect a faulty application of the original coat of primer on the boat and after a few...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 14-01-2015, 05:29
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Appreciate the kind words. I do have one question... how much higher should I move the waterline up? I've added 200 yards of glass, both stitch cloth and chop, about 50/50.
I've also added about 80...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 13-01-2015, 08:44
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Getting close to airboarding and priming. Eight months, full time, so far...
Forum: Multihull Sailboats 28-09-2014, 08:46
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Posted By Capt.Timbo
Re: Trimaran - Especially Searunner - Owners

Hi Roy,

I've enjoyed your post as I have been going through a complete redo on the exterior of our 40 Searunner. Thought you might want to look at some of the work. We hope to splash in about six...
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