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08-27-2008 11:30 AM
BluewaterBruce Larryjoe,

I'd be delighted to share what knowledge I have with you; I have quite a bit of experiance in the area's your looking into.

Feel free to email me at bruce dot milne dot com. The mast is most likely deck-stepped and the rigging is easy, use what pieces you have to figure the rest. On the fiberglass portion go over to Elberta Alabama to purchase fiberglass and resin at Advanced Plastics - it's right on 98.

email me, I'll fill you in.
08-26-2008 11:29 PM
larryjoe
greetings from Pace, Fl (bedroom of PCola)

Just got a project boat, Ericson 25'. She was in IVAN, blown over her side, rigging torn up by salvage folks. She has sit in the yard on the trailer...now getting around to repair.
Need any reference material for this baby. How is the mast attached to the boat? How to rig it out ?
I am doing all the glass work..repairing the stanctions where they were pulled from the deck, repairing holes drilled where the salvage crew drilled holes to release water.
Any suggestions would be welcomed.
08-23-2008 03:10 PM
BluewaterBruce Pictures of our boat can be found at www.ketchwind.com ; thee Soverel 48 website is SOVEREL 48 - Steve has done a great job with compiling Soverel 48 information; check it out!
08-21-2008 11:49 PM
Mc51 I'm from Pensacola also. We have a 37 year old Cal25 that we bought last year. We did a hurried bottom job and updated the cabin some and then enjoyed 8 months of sailing. I pulled her out when I went away for four months of military training and have been so busy since I returned that I still haven't finished the few things I want to do before I put her back in the slip. By the way don't buy the West Marine Brand Ablative paint, it doen't work. My boat "Warhorse" is at Bayou Gande marine on NAS.
Mc51
08-20-2008 12:37 PM
SailingFlorida Im 32 yr male? Why do you ask?
08-20-2008 12:08 PM
sailortjk1 Bruce, nice to have you on board. Stay low. I sent you a Private Message about a topic that I thought you might be able to help me with.
Thanks,
Tim
08-20-2008 10:46 AM
imagine2frolic SailingFlorida,

Just out of curiosity, how old are you?
08-20-2008 09:43 AM
SailingFlorida Yeah looks like the storm is staying on our side of the state--Really nothing to much to be concerned with, wind, rain, which accually helps me sleep! I figure lfe is to short to worry about some stupid storm--you go when its your time. Got any pictures of the boat?
08-19-2008 10:03 PM
BluewaterBruce
Thank you!

Thank you all for the warm greetings, so far at least Ms. Fay is staying to the south of us. The Soverel is on the hill but my O'Day is anchored out, Makes me nervous...

B&L
08-19-2008 09:46 AM
SailingFlorida Im also in Florida (New Smyrna Beach) and have a Tanzer22 that im working on as well--stay outta the storm!
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