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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-01-2011 06:14 AM
darkfalllover i agree with you,i like this forum
06-23-2011 10:59 PM
mikel1 Ask the gang at ericsonyachts.org great knowledgeable group...
06-23-2011 08:56 PM
cjerry
Ericson 39: rusted steel under floor??

6/23/11 I'm thinking about buying an a 1971 Ericson 39. The boat that I am looking at has some rusted steel cross members under the cabin floor located about 3 feet forward of the mast step. It looks like it is a floor support but no one, no one, would use 3/4" thick steel plate to support a fiberglass floor.

Is the 3/4" steel assenbly a necessary part of the boat's structure???

Please reply if you have information or if you can point me at someone who may know if the boats structure is sound.

Thank You,

Jerry
05-01-2011 06:42 PM
kegggggggg I bought an Ericson 29 in January and I love it . I looked long and hard before I found the boat I wanted . I had a boat that was too small and one that was too large -- this one is just right !
04-26-2011 11:38 AM
PatA Good Morning; We have an E29 here in KS. Hoping to move it to Charlotte Harbor. I too did a re-wire last year and put the new panel in same place you have it. Did you have any concerns with having the back of the panel in the same place as the gas tank? Where is your shore power panel? What engine do you have? Have you done any off shore passages?
04-10-2011 11:33 PM
ptsbug
My wife and I fell in love with the Ericson 29

It feels like a nice boat, and we must decide if I want to tackle a soft deck repair.
Our friends performed a "deckomity" on their Ericson 32 and their boat looks and feels fantastic. You can search "abigail susan" to see a short time lapse video on youtube.
03-26-2011 05:13 PM
svHyLyte
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haha, things are just broken up a little more than they used to be. Some things weren't even switched...if you can make out the labels you can see it's pretty standard.

also there was a household style AC breaker box under the galley sink that looked like it had been submerged for 10 years. The AC system was 'condemned" by the surveyor. The first column on our panel is AC breakers and the left two are DC breakers.
Couldn't resist pulling your leg. Very nice work. Do you take orders?
03-26-2011 02:56 PM
jaminotte I have access to the waterjet through a friends family business. (good to have friends) I drew up the panel in CAD and took it over one saturday with some steaks.


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Good Gravey--With that many switches did you have to raise the water line after your rewired that boat? A 29? Nice yacht tho'.
haha, things are just broken up a little more than they used to be. Some things weren't even switched...if you can make out the labels you can see it's pretty standard.

also there was a household style AC breaker box under the galley sink that looked like it had been submerged for 10 years. The AC system was 'condemned" by the surveyor. The first column on our panel is AC breakers and the left two are DC breakers.
03-26-2011 08:37 AM
svHyLyte Good Gravey--With that many switches did you have to raise the water line after your rewired that boat? A 29? Nice yacht tho'.
03-26-2011 07:51 AM
mikel1 Nice job! What do you do that you have a water jet? By the way, i have an Ericson 27.....
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