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Thanks cam. I can do twice that on a good day.
...and feel like you're on a barge while doing it!

*duck* *run*

Thanks ALL for the info...! Awesome.

Max RPM on the engine is 2850 rpm.
She cruises well at about 2000 - 2100
Mark II Hull speed just over 7.1 ...

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There is a bunch of stuff I didn't mention here.. suffice it to say.. I'm much better prepared having hung out here for the last 6 months or so....

Oh... and my brother and Dad drink some weird stuff.. called Scotch? or something... I dunno.. they told me to bring a Gallon of 18 year old Glen Livet(sp) or something. All I know is that it's not beer.... yik.


I'll call the yard tomorrow and tell them to throw in an alternator belt. Thanks for that tip.

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Already signed up for the Chessy raft-up....! Wherever the heck it happens to be....!


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Don't know what you sail, but I've never seen a sailing barge that could do 14 knots under sail... your boat probably just handles like one...
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...and feel like you're on a barge while doing it!

*duck* *run*
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For what it's worth. I used precisely 62 gallons with my Westerbeake 30b, 74 engine hours - very little idling - mostly running about 2800 RPM. If I had to put a number on it I'd say 68-70 hours at 2800, 3-6 at less than that and 1 hour total time at 1000 rpm/idle.

I calculated at one point that my burn rate was .8 gals per hour at 2800 rpm, 2800 RPM gets me 7.2kts in flat water.
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Got the alternator belt...ready to go..!

Chuckles,
Thanks for the info... Cat's get really good mileage... I bet a monohull wouldn't get near that at 2800.

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There's me boat! Thanks again for all the help... ya big AFOC. (That goes to you too Chuckles..)

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I can see why you have such problems sailing upwind... given your boat.

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Can someone please Photoshop the Sabre logo on the sail????

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It's not the mileage Craig, it's the engine run time that matters.

The major difference is the age of the engine, technology has changed even in the past 5 years to produce a much more efficient diesel.
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It's not the mileage Craig, it's the engine run time that matters.

The major difference is the age of the engine, technology has changed even in the past 5 years to produce a much more efficient diesel.

Yeah...good point...my 20 yr. old engine can't match the diesels of today.

If I ran my boat at 2800... it would suck down the diesel... heh..

I worked for BOSCH for many years. Do marine diesel engines use high pressure direct injection as do Audi/VW and others? (Bosch invented the technology...)

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