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Search: Posts Made By: celenoglu
Forum: Boat Review and Purchase Forum 1 Week Ago
Replies: 22
Views: 1,302
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Wooden Turkish Gulet? Are they good charter sailboats?

The gulets are worth to consider. They are working in charter business in Turkey. I recomend them for charter, but the boat should be surveyed. You can also contact "Aegean Boats" for a planned...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 14
Views: 1,206
Posted By celenoglu
Re: I think I stuffed my furler. What do you think?

The angle between the halyard and the forestay should be more than 7 degrees, otherwise the halyard wounds around the forestay and the forestay breaks after some time. You should attach a block to...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 101
Views: 4,691
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Request for Comments: DIY Tether

I also didnot like the carabinier hook. The load carrying capacity for these hooks are very low. If your intend is to stay on the boat the hook might be enough but the line you use is overkill for...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 2
Views: 463
Posted By celenoglu
Re: atwood LED lights

Only a few LED lights are acceptable for navigation. Although the amount of light measured is more than normal bulbs, the light frequency is not visible to the human eye as much as the hot lights....
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 4 Weeks Ago
Replies: 5
Views: 543
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Cape Cod on the outside

There is a saying in Turkish: The shortest route is the one you know.

I do not know the conditions of the area. I think it is best to take the route you know.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 4 Weeks Ago
Replies: 11
Views: 834
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Head to Farymann A30M

The cooling jackets can be manufactured from plastic pipes. I have done it a few years ago, they are still working.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 4 Weeks Ago
Replies: 3
Views: 334
Posted By celenoglu
re: Yanmar 4jhte - symptoms of mixing elbow?

Replace the mixing elbow. RPM and fuel consumption will return to normal. This has nothing to do with fuel return. Check all the return lines and clean if needed. Specially the connection points...
Forum: Boat Review and Purchase Forum 4 Weeks Ago
Replies: 20
Views: 1,240
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Concerned about condition of the mast before buying. Advice?!

The boat is not properly taken care of. The bolts and nuts, the foot of the mast, even the hose clamps on the hoses of bilge pump, and the connection of two pieces of hose tells me to keep clear.
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 09-20-2014
Replies: 2
Views: 275
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Staysail furler deck attachment, ect

A backing plate is hardly enough for a storm staysail. Normally the connection point should go down to the hull. You can use the same size wire as your forestay or backstay. You should also be using...
Forum: Seamanship & Navigation 09-20-2014
Replies: 9
Views: 720
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Tacking ketch rig sharpie

If you wish to sail with all your sails, you can backwind the mizzen by pushing the boom with your hand when in irons.
Forum: Seamanship & Navigation 09-20-2014
Replies: 9
Views: 720
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Tacking ketch rig sharpie

You shuld be using the jib and the main while close hauled. The main is blanketed by the jib. This causes the main not to work properly and you cannot tack. Use your jib and mizzen sail only for...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 09-17-2014
Replies: 8
Views: 579
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Galley sink drain location

It is much better to locate it on the waterline. "Sitting water" is generally debris and block the drain if it is below the waterline. If you drain to the waterline everything will flow outside. As...
Forum: Cruising & Liveaboard Forum 09-16-2014
Replies: 30
Views: 1,515
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Cruising gear advise needed "LIST"

Replace standing rigging
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 09-15-2014
Replies: 12
Views: 678
Posted By celenoglu
Re: minor damage to teak toe rail

Use epoxy as the glue. The trick is to clean the parts with acetone prior to glueing. Damp a piece of cloth with acetone and clean the areas to be glued. Wait till the wood is dry and apply epoxy. If...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 09-08-2014
Replies: 80
Views: 4,086
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Sorry, you are about to get slammed. First question: bowsprit

Use a drilling tool or a knife to clean inside the rotten area. If it is not too deep you can clean most of it. Brush some epoxy inside and fill with wood saw dust mixed epoxy. The rot size will not...
Forum: Living Aboard 09-04-2014
Replies: 7
Views: 334
Posted By celenoglu
Re: wintering in Greece. save ports.

Mytilini Marina (http://www.seturmarinas.com/en/marinas/mytilini-marina)
Forum: Learning to Sail 08-26-2014
Replies: 13
Views: 1,126
Posted By celenoglu
Re: 25lb anchor on 22' boat?

There is a saying for anchors:

Buy the biggest anchor which your marina neighbors will not laugh.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-22-2014
Replies: 20
Views: 1,362
Posted By celenoglu
Re: in mast furling issue

I am sailing nearly for 35 years and nearly half of this time I used in mast furling systems mainly on European boats. Unfortunately I am not familiar with Hood.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-22-2014
Replies: 20
Views: 1,362
Posted By celenoglu
Re: in mast furling issue

The life of a sail is approximately 8 years on a cruising boat. Yours is double of this age. There are a lot of recomendations for furling-unfurling an inmast main. In my opinion inmast furling is...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-22-2014
Replies: 26
Views: 1,519
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Water tanks in series, or parallel?

Do both of them. All you need is some more valves. In case onemethod fails you can shift to the other method.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 08-03-2014
Replies: 25
Views: 1,187
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Wiring a Bilge Pump

Solder is not recomeded:

1. Causes galvanic corrosion.
2. Vibration breaks the filaments in the cable because the solder moves inside the wire and stiffens idividual filaments.
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 07-25-2014
Replies: 24
Views: 1,641
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Boat almost sunk, not mine

A clear hose is never a good idea, most probably installed later by one of the owners. Make sure you install a seacock and proper hose if it is really necessary.

Some surveyors insist on double...
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 07-21-2014
Replies: 8
Views: 439
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Relocating traveler question

100% load increase if moved to the center of the boom... If the streng of the hardware is OK, are you OK . It will be much difficult to trim the main.
Forum: Cruising & Liveaboard Forum 07-19-2014
Replies: 14
Views: 1,208
Posted By celenoglu
Re: Sailboat for the med?

It is a good idea to use the channels. You can reach South of France or to Black Sea via Tuna. You can start from Istanbul, Marmara sea, Aegean and move to west.

I am a proffesional delivery...
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 07-16-2014
Replies: 32
Views: 1,160
Posted By celenoglu
Chain plate

The word chain plate is probably used because a short piece of chain was attached to it and stays are connected to this chain.

Does anybody know why chain is used?
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