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Hello

I'm new to Sailnet and I would like to introduce myself.
I'm John Summers, I own Nanook a Cruising Consultants Crealock 37 hull #009. I live aboard in Olympia WA and enjoy cruising on Puget Sound and areas north to Desolation Sound.
I am also looking for information concerning Nanook's compression post. I know Thomas Wright has documented his compression post repair but i am unable to find this document. Any help with this is appreciated.
I happy to be part of the Sailnet community and look forward to interacting and learning from the group.
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Hey John, welcome to SN dude. You'll like the place.
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Hi John,

Welcome to Sailnet!

In response to the private message you sent me, I'm afraid I don't have any contact info for Thomas Wright. I thought the compression-post rebuild material you're looking for was somewhere in the old PSC e-mail archives, but I won't guarantee it, and it would probably take some effort/time to locate it if it is.
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Hi John, and welcome!

Your full name isn't needed, and may not be wise to post; but it is not a big deal either way.

Regarding your question, here are a couple of older threads that you should read;

Ericson- Mast Compression Problem
http://www.sailnet.com/forums/columb...kii-k-diy.html
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Hull #009, a pre-PSC Crealock 37 -- cool!

I'd love to see pictures of the boat.
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looking for my old cruising boat

Hi.

My ex husband Jim and I bought a Crealock 37 hull and deck from Crusing Consultants in about 1977. I do not remember the hull number. We named her Quest and sailed from CA through the Panama Canal and spent a lot of time in the Bahamas. We finally sold her in Ft Lauderdale, FL in 1983 or 1984 because I had a serious accident that reduced my ability to walk. I would love to locate Quest, if that is at all possible. She has a very unusual interior, as my husband was a woodworker and we did all the work ouselves. Quest was a yawl with tiller stearing. If anyone can help locate her it would be greatly appreciated. Billie
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Hey billie - welcome to SN. Hopefully someone will have some info for you.
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