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Cool just got my ericson 35... now what?

hello all, thanks for all your help in the past. well I did it! got a Ericson 35 im a total newbie and not ready to go on my own so she is located in shoreline village, long beach ca. any one feeling like taking me out on her please let me know. im getting alot of great advice from the forum but anyone knowing ericsons feel like adding some words of wisdom - thank you.
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Congrats on the new boat

Congrats on the new boat and as a fellow Ericson owner welcome to the viking clan. If you have not already you should get active on the Ericson owner site. It's a great resource with a lot of very knowledgable owners in regular attendance including some ex-employees from Ericson who know those boats down to every last drop of resin. EricsonYachts.org: The Starting Point on Ericson Yachts!
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what year is yours --is it mkII or III??? i have a mII in san diego----
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Hey MikeyB,
Come on over to BB dock in LB & stop by my E35 to say Hi. It's easy to recognize with the new Ericson logo on the front of the coach house and on the mainsail cover (My sweetie is such an artiste!)
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its a 73 and believe mkII.

thanks for the invite MIKE I will
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Just go sailing. Remember what Captain Ron said, "If anythings gonna happen, it's gonna happen out there". Congratulations on the new boat, Ericsons are nice.

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Great Boat

Hi Mike, we've had our 76 Ericson 35 mkIII for 2 years now and sailed over 2,500 miles. Currently doing hard time preparing to cross the Atlantic. Let me know if you have any questions, and have fun at Catalina.
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Mikey! Pics! the masses are waiting to see your baby! lol
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mkII wasnt built until after `1974--mine is 1979 mII.....the mI and mII look similar--different interiors.......gooood work and congratulations--welcome to the world of fast cruising and smooth sailing......

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mkII wasnt built until after `1974--mine is 1979 mII.....the mI and mII look similar--different interiors.......gooood work and congratulations--welcome to the world of fast cruising and smooth sailing......
Easy way to tell the difference between the original E35, sometimes called the Ericson-Alberg, is the shape/slope of the stern. The Alberg design was from the 60's and has a long overhang and 'traditional' looking transom. There are some cool stories on the net about the Ericson appropriation of the Alberg hull plug. Fun to read late at night... true or not?? The other distinction is the similarity to a Columbia 36 cabin top: they are identical!
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