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  1. Boat Review Forum
    Here's an idea that's crazy enough that it just might work. However, not without that insights of this invaluable community of sailors. After seeing photos of piles of yachts in the Caribbean islands, it quickly occurred to me that in just a few weeks, all of these boats would be totaled and...
  2. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    :confused:I have a 22 ft Morgan which I believe cannot be repaired. Does anyone know of a salvage co. in this area which will salvage the lead and dispose of the boat safely?
  3. Atomic 4
    Hi Everyone, I am new to the forum, I have used atomic 4 parts and I am located in San Diego County. Used Parts - Reverse Gear - Reverse gear housing -oil pan - exhaust manifold - flywheel -flywheel housing and cover - exhaust elbow -crossover tube (old style) -valve cover -accessory drive...
  4. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    The adjuster from my insurer called the other day. My boat was damaged during Irene. The total estimate to repair the boat is $22k. The main damage was a 3' section of my aluminum toe rail - it is bent and scarred. The estimate to replace the rail on both sides is $16k ($3k materials, $13k...
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