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11-15-2007 12:04 AM
Cruisingdad Can't help on that, just wanted to congrat you on the name, Sea Mist. We are on Sea Mist IV now!!

Given the name, you must be an intelligent fellow!!

Take care,

- CD
11-14-2007 06:25 PM
GrantP Have an old scampi with Hydraulic drive. The prop shave is less than 4 ft long.
There is no place where a 19ft shaft would fit in my boat..

The Hydraulic stuff is eminently reparable so if there are no hydraulic leaks (my problem #1, now fixed), I would wish you well. Wonderful boat to sail. Rigging and hull are bulletproof in a colder climate.
10-01-2007 05:37 PM
Advice needed please SCAMPI 30 Hydraulic shaft

I am looking at buying a cheap Scampi 30 in need of TLC, but it had a survey 2 years ago and no serious defects were found and all the suggested repairs replacements etc have been completed. I do intend to have a new survey completed and new standing rigging and running rigging as this still needs to be carried out. The engine certainly looks its age but has recently had a complete service and started first time. My concern is that it has an hydraulic shaft and in reading various reports other owners have reported problems with the 19ft shaft.
I am not sure what this type of shaft is, or how I can test it for problems before passing over cash! Can anybody advise please ?

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