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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-05-2008 08:06 PM
oceansailing
Would really like to talk directly - is there a good email?

Just got a 1999 37 and would love to chat directly with any 37 owners.
04-07-2007 09:20 AM
arisatx
PSC 37 Thru Hull Quick Reference

I'm getting more familiar with our "new-to-us" 2000 PSC 37 and found in the course of reviewing the Owner's Manual that the documentation on our Thru Hulls did not match our boat. Yes - this will vary by year of production and how each boat is fitted out (not a knock on PSC) but I wanted a diagram that would match 100%.

So I went ahead and edited the 2 relevant pages from the manual which I scanned to PDF.

Changes:
STBD: #2 "Cockpit Drain" and #3 "Manual Bilge" reversed
STBD: #4 "Sink Drain" changed to "Macerator" to match seacock label
STBD: #5 "Deck Drain" changed to "Scupper" to match seacock label
STBD: #7 "Deck Wash" is "Galley Sink Drain" on our boat
STBD: #8 don't have a "Sink Intake" on our boat
STBD: #9 don't have "Deck Drain" on our boat
STBD: #10 "Sink Discharge" changed to "Head Sink Discharge" to match seacock label
STBD: #13 don't have "Depth Sounder" on STBD side on our boat
PORT: #3 "Knot Meter" is actually "Depth Sounder" on our boat
PORT: Added #5 for "Knot Meter" towards front of keel


While my intention is to commit these to memory, I figured the 1st step was getting the documentation updated for our boat and thought I would offer it here for our fellow PSC 37 owners.

In order to stay within the max file size limitations for uploading on this site, I had to create the pages in a lower res JPG format. If you want the actual PDF file, just PM me off line and I will email it to you.

 
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