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01-09-2014 03:00 PM
S/V Essence
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

Hello SVTatia,

I know this is an old post but if you still have documentation for the Radcliff Windvane, I would love to get a copy from you. I just purchased a 22' Falmouth Cutter that came with one of these units and need to figure out how it all went together.

My email is dave.wessel@gmail.com

Thank you.

Dave
07-25-2013 03:30 PM
county
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

Hi, all
I am a new member and cant send P.M's., I am currently in the process of buying a boat that has a Ratcliffe windvane but can't find any info on the unit! If anyone has any info/manuals/pictures or whatever regarding Ratcliffe windvanes I would be very interested in getting my hands on that info.

Thanks,
Karl
07-17-2013 07:42 PM
county
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

SVTatia
I saw your post on Ratcliffe windvanes and would very pleased if you could be so kind as to send me a copy of the original documentation you mentioned in this post.
"I have the original documentation for mine, and if they are somewhat similar this could be useful. I think most of them had the same components, except for the dimensions and in water pieces."

Thanks for your time and assistance,
Karl
05-10-2013 10:33 AM
csim
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

SVTatia
I am also a new member.
Could you send me the same information on the Ratcliffe wind vane please??
csim
03-19-2013 09:59 PM
SVTatia
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

Wandrin

I sent you my email, please reply and I'll share what I have.
03-19-2013 09:57 PM
wandrin currents
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

SVTatia: I would greatly appreciate any paperwork you have related to the Ratcliffe windvane. I have one that also has a trim tab. I have no idea how the whole thing operates. I will buid a self-standing mount for the windvane this weekend so that I might play with it on my back porch in an attempt to figure it out.

My Sailnet account is new so I can't send a PM but can now receive/read PMs. Please send me your email addrees, and I will respond over mine.
03-19-2013 09:51 PM
wandrin currents
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

I would greatly appreciate any paperwork you have related to the Ratcliffe windvane. I have one that also has a trim tab. I have no idea how the whole thing operates. I will buid a self-standing mount for the windvane this weekend so that I might play with it on my back porch in an attempt to figure it out.

My Sailnet account is new so I can't send a PM but can now receive/read PMs. Please send me your email addrees, and I will respond over mine.
03-14-2013 10:32 PM
SVTatia
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

PM sent.
03-14-2013 07:16 PM
wandrin currents
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

To SV Tatia: I purchased my Tayana 37 about 1 1/2 years ago. It came with a Ratcliffe windvane but absolutely no documentation/paperwok/manual on how it operates. Would you mind sending me the documentation you refer to? Appreciate it!
04-24-2012 07:08 PM
Shemlock
Re: Ratcliffe windvanes????

SV,
Im sure by now you know that I am computer illiterate and hope you got my last message.
I also don't know how to sail though that didn,t stop me from buying and refitting one and singlehanding her for the 2011 season.Though I am not a sailor I schooled myself and took classes USCG and have read most of the important players Roth,Slocum,Harry Pidgeon,Tristan Jones,Farley Mowat, oh right Farley isn't a sailor they just named a ship after him.My point is people like you who are true sailors and gentlemen make this addiction worth abusing. Just thought you should know...Best regards, Todd
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