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Old 07-17-2016, 07:07 PM   #1
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Hauled out

We had William hauled out yesterday for new bottom ,boot stripe and seacock maintance .
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Old 07-17-2016, 07:52 PM   #2
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Good luck, hope you get back in quickly. Do you liv aboard? We do so every haul out makes life complicated. We seem to have to haul about every 6 months for one thing or another. Two years ago the boatyard renamed our boat yo yo. She had to be hauled 5 times in about 10 weeks. But now we have been 14 months. Hauling tomorrow for a scrub and replace the anodes in Cambridge MD.
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Old 07-17-2016, 07:57 PM   #3
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Thanks . No we don't live aboard . Still working . Maybe one of these days we'll take an extended cruise on the river system.
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Good luck, Marty!

Don't you just hate seeing your boat in the air on slings like a fish out of water?
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Had my boat hauled out last month where it stayed in the boatyard for four weeks. Except for awaiting a couple of parts (not critical to the boat's operation), work was completed in two weeks. Work included engine maintenance, rebuilding raw-water pump, bottom inspection/maintenance, diagnosing inverter, and several minor items. Of course, the parts arrived two days after taking the boat back.

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Old 07-17-2016, 08:33 PM   #6
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Good luck, Marty!

Don't you just hate seeing your boat in the air on slings like a fish out of water?
Thanks Al .Yeah I hated to pull it right in the middle of our season but wanted to get ahead of the rush in the fall . Here is another pic . Replacing shaft and rudder zincs also.
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Old 07-17-2016, 08:43 PM   #7
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This yard will let us do a little work ourselves on William while here. Joy is up for it as well .
TF's Island bound came by for a visit today and took this pic . Thanks Richard .
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The infamous Joy, the Viscountess of Varnish! Great pic!
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Replacing shaft and rudder zincs also.[/QUOTE]

What metal are your anodes? Zinc, Aluminum, magnesium? We spend a lot of time in brackish water, and also some fresh water, as well as salt water. We switched to Aluminum, for our application.
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Al we just saw TF' s Bob Duthie 36 Grand Banks last week . His varnish is the best we've seen. Joy said it's time for more on William , maybe this fall .tadhana our's are zinc . William came from salt water . I think the yard said we needed magnesium for this area .
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Old 07-17-2016, 09:34 PM   #13
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Marty, try moving your rudder zinc to the bottom of the rudder, out of the prop wash - it diminished the vibration I was having and makes the rudder more effective.
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Those people in front of William .. are they normal sized people? William looks huge behiend them. Did'nt reaiize she was that big.
I'm getting back to Willy and feeling good about it. Will be hauling her very soon too. Clean and new coat of bottom paint, zincs and other usual stuff. Not insignificant is that I'm going back to the old prop. Except for reverse thrust the old one has better performance. Gets rated rpm plus a bit (perfect) but is a tad pink and thin. Only 40hp to feed it but I'm going to have it checked out first. Saturday I pulled only 2700rpm but most of that is probably bottom growth.
Anyway good luck w you'rs Marty.

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One of the first things I did on Willy is move the two zincs up near the top of the rudder out of the propwash. Close to the hull there's less water velocity so even less drag. Fly stuff I'm sure but ......
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...I hated to pull it right in the middle of our season but wanted to get ahead of the rush in the fall ...
Early summer is the worse season here so that's when I prefer to suspend boating for maintenance and repair. The winds are generally the fiercest at this time. For instance, had planned to take the boat out today, but it was cold with howling, strong winds, so we spent the afternoon in the marina.
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Those people in front of William .. are they normal sized people? William looks huge behiend them. Did'nt reaiize she was that big.
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LOL! Marty's only 3' 11"...stretched!
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Old 07-18-2016, 05:26 AM   #17
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LOL! Marty's only 3' 11"...stretched!
That's a good one Al , but just the other day a guy told me he saw someone shorter than me but it cost him a quarter .

Thanks Xsbank and Eric that's good to know .
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William looks great in the water or out of the water. She's got substance and pinash!
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Making some progress . William gettin some long overdue bottom love .
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William is well loved. Get her painted and back on the river Marty, y'all have miles to put under the keel still.
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