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Any luck with the rudder. Thats my boat Nolwandle being lifted out earlier this year. Can you give us some more info on your Cascade. Good to find another owner.

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Hi Maxo,
Sorry about that, I used your picture because I didnt have one of my own and I wanted to give others an idea of what I am working with. I read most of your blog on Nolwandle, sounds like you are getting a lot of pleasure out of that boat. The boat is currently in Olympia, Washington and will probably be moved to Seattle as a liveaboard by the end of the year. I have hull #106 and it is in pretty rough shape. It was a seizure that I bought at auction. It had been abandoned for some time, with water leaking into the cabin. Fortunately I got to it before major deck damage occurred, although I will be replacing one section and have done several resin injections into delaminated areas. I'll be painting the deck soon, and in about two months the hull. It has a great motor with only 31 hours on it. The boats previous name was "Sojourn" but I am going to name it "Zen" after the restore/refit is complete. I would like to have this boat capable of sailing down the West coast, through the Panama canal, and then North to the Caribbean. We will see.

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Hi Patrick

No problem about using the picture. One of the reasons that I started the blog was to try and get in contact with other Cascade 36 owners so we can share experiences.

Yes I am getting lots of enjoyment out of Nolwandle, just wish I had more time to use her.

I have not found any delamination in the deck, but there place where when I walk there is some creaking, but nothing that I have thought to be serious.

Regarding your rudder - I hope you have seen the picture of where my rudder was leaking water when I took it out? This concerned me alot, but a friend who is a surveyor came to have a look and assured me that there was probably no problem.

I had been intending to do something about a slight looseness of my rudder, which at high speed results in a vibration. I originally thought there were actually rudder bearings, but then after corresponding with other owners I realised that there is actually no bearing. Others have put a "nylon sock" over the stock. Have a look at http://edcleary.com/kaiulani/projects.html

I think when I next take Nolwandle out of the water I will probably do the same.

If you get a chance can you send some photos of your boat and the work that you have done on her.

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I realize the OP has found a rudder, but, did it occur to call Cascade in Portland Or to see if a replacement rudder could be had? Then again, it might a problem as one person had, in that it was pricey, IIRC another zanshin had to fork out a small 5 figure amount for a rudder from Jeanneau including shipping...........

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