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Search: Posts Made By: Jiminri
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 08-10-2014
Replies: 76
Views: 5,518
Posted By Jiminri
Re: Pros and cons for a double ender/Canoe Stern

I suspect quite a few boats of all types. Two 30 foot Nonsuches (that I know of) were abandoned at sea, but later found and are currently sailing again (years later). One was abandoned in the...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 03-30-2014
Replies: 300
Views: 9,165
Posted By Jiminri
Re: safe cooking

Checking for a leak on propane lines is so easy and fast that it can (and should be) done periodically.

Turn tank valve on. Immediately turn it off. Note reading on pressure gauge. Wait 5...
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 10-01-2013
Replies: 2,880
Views: 340,322
Posted By Jiminri
Re: Big Freakin' Sails

Hey Smack,
Great post, thanks for walking us through more of your journey in acquiring the yacht. Seems to me you were successful in the end because you knew what you wanted, were persistent, knew...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-04-2013
Replies: 259
Views: 19,643
Posted By Jiminri
Re: 1989 Hunter 40 - A million questions.

I would remove all the access plates to clean out the tank. I opened up the aluminum water tanks on my 1986 boat and found what looked like gravel inside. In reality, it was not gravel but...
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 06-27-2013
Replies: 24
Views: 1,674
Posted By Jiminri
Re: First Boat - Nunsuch?

Nonsuches use two line reefing and it is very fast. Essentially, all you do is lower the halyard a bit and pull down on the luff reef line. Then pull up the halyard to stretch the luff. Next, pull...
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