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Old 03-12-2016, 09:23 PM   #161
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Old 03-12-2016, 09:30 PM   #162
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Old 03-12-2016, 10:25 PM   #163
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Old 03-13-2016, 06:03 PM   #166
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Old 03-15-2016, 05:46 AM   #167
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It's time to resurrect this thread!

A few days ago, I had the good fortune to spend the evening with nemier, better known as Andy on N62 Infinity. Andy was in town and had an evening to waste so he knew to call me. ........Andy told me about the systems on a N62 and I figure with all that heavy gear, he's probably got an ER that beats all. I'd really like to see pictures of it. He's probably home by now so I'm hoping he gets some good shots for us. .

Thanks for the warm words Al,,, Yes folks, he is a cool guy!
As for our engine room,, uhm, it's sort of in a state of disarray at the moment, while we prepare for our voyage to Tahiti. I'm currently loading 91 gals of lube oil --by hand-- into the Engine room, and changing out all engine and transmission oils,,,, bit of a messy job. In fact, it's Hell in the ER right now. Once we get our act together, I'll run a short Go-Pro vid of our ER. But no way it's gonna surpass many of the beauties we've seen on this thread.
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Old 03-15-2016, 06:18 AM   #168
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Engine rooms come in all shapes and sizes, ordered and disordered, clean and dirty.* Some bilges are clean enough to eat off of, others look like a petrie dish experiment gone bad. Here are some older pics of mine showing looms of wires in need of attention.
OK, I've shown you mine...show me yours!
Not on your Nellie. My boat is 40 years old. It has had several previous owners, some of who were not as fastidious as I am.

So, well...let's just say my ER has accumulated 40 years of, well...accumulations, some would call a weathered sort of patina. Others might have a different term for it. You would not want to eat anything in there, let alone breakfast.

Besides, getting it all shite and briny would not make it go one fraction of a knot faster and it would be noisier. Anyway, most folk who love to show off their ERs are, well, show-offs...because they are nearly all new or pretty new, or owned/previously owned by folk with OCD, and know they look good. Don't you worry about that. I'm ontayah..!
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Engine Room Photos

Ok Im going to tell on myself.... When I get invited to tour someone's boat I always have a real interest the engine room. I love seeing how they are laid out.

Attached are photos of our engine room. I hope others will post pictures of theirs too so we can all see what the various engine rooms look like!

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Old 05-03-2017, 11:13 PM   #170
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Norm, that is just depressing. :-(

My ER is not nearly as commodious as yours. I have full crawl-around head room.
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Pffft. Waaaaay too much empty, wasted space there Dude. A real trawlers engine room allows for the potential of leaving a scraped bloody smear on any given wall at any given moment.
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Old 05-03-2017, 11:52 PM   #172
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Pffft. Waaaaay too much empty, wasted space there Dude. A real trawlers engine room allows for the potential of leaving a scraped bloody smear on any given wall at any given moment.
OK here's mine. Not too big, not too small.

Plenty of opportunity to leave some skin behind.
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That Gardner is drop-dead gorgeous.

Hey Norm...ever play hide & seek with the kids in yours How do you like the sea chest?
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You guys have WAY too much room. I am still trying to find a good spot for my tools and spares.
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My ER's a floor up, head down, ass in the air big !
Do you guys all have shares in Raccor ?
What's wrong with ordinary filters ? If you want a turbo water separator filter what's wrong with CAT ? Way cheaper...
Love the Gardener, there is still a part of the family company that refurbishes them if any one needs anything ask me and I'll put you in touch.
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That Gardner is drop-dead gorgeous.

Hey Norm...ever play hide & seek with the kids in yours How do you like the sea chest?


Love the sea chest! No Strainers to clean and really easy to winterize. I just use a 1 inch thick neoprene swim lounge float and pull it with a rope under the boat under the sea chest and its sealed off...start engine and pour in the pink...when pink appears out the exhaust shut down engine do the same for the others and the ACs. Quick and easy!
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OK, so here is one the the engines and part of the systems install, mostly before the carpet went onto the floor.
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