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S/V Haleakala (Hawaiian for" House of the Sun")
C&C 35 MKIII Hull # 76
(photos by Joe McCary)
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“Sailing is just the bottom line, like adding up the score in bridge. My real interest is in the tremendous game of life.”- Dennis Conner
Looks great. Shined up nicely. Make sure you check all the seacocks once in as the yards sometimes goof. Have fun with her. See you on the Bay soon
Thanks Dave! I was there for the launch and if any seacocks were open that I wanted closed, or closed and I wanted open it was on me. Besides the travel lift yard hasnt touched my boat. I went over that boat Stem to stern will all below waterline issues addressed. New cutlass, stuffing tubing, rebuilt engine thru hall. (someone plumbed with copper nipple and it was paper thin.)
Originally Posted by BubbleheadMd
You're in the West River? Where abouts? I'm your neighbor.
West River was her old home we are up on the Sassafras.
Originally Posted by deniseO30
Gotta love those twin keels! ( or hate em) congrats on the splash!
As of now I love em. Plan is since this haul , get all the major stuff and dry out over on the Delaware every year or every other. Also plan on beaching quite a bit over at Loyds Creek.
Originally Posted by windswept too
chef2sail mentions seacocks and since this is a topic of interest to me I'm curious if you went with seacocks or pass-through valves.
I spent a considerable amount of time locating two replacement flush fit through hulls and researching the proper method of installing seacocks whether going through the hull or not.
Never Land looks sweet.
Thank you for the compliment!
As for thru hulls, the Westerly even has Blake valves, an entity and thread inand of itself!!!