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Main Message Board / Re: Pics of my smaller dinette table
« on: March 12, 2019, 03:00:01 PM »
Very nice table.

Samething happened when i took the original table to make one smaller on the settee sides.
It looked so bigger whitout the table.
So i made another smaller one, called our cocktail table.  It's about 12x18in.
This one is alwsys in place.
The other one is sitting sidway against the wall in the backroom.  The wall of the stairs. 2 small eyebolt with a bungy cord.

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Main Message Board / Re: Zinc question
« on: October 11, 2018, 10:32:19 AM »
Hi.
Also to check anode is made of proper material.
If you re in salt water or not.
Material should be different.
I don t remember wich is wich.  If someone can jump in..

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Main Message Board / Re: Winter and shroud
« on: October 01, 2018, 07:34:54 AM »
Hi Andre,

I never touch them.
As mention, the mast length will retract more than the stays.
The tension will decrease naturally as the temp will go down.

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Catalina 34s for Sale / Re: Catalina 34 - 1989 - sr/wk
« on: September 04, 2018, 06:03:51 AM »
Here is with the panels back to original state.


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Catalina 34s for Sale / Catalina 34 - 1989 - sr/wk
« on: August 29, 2018, 09:19:13 AM »
Hi,
I have my Catalina 34, 1989 for sale.
The boat is located on Lake Champlain, NY.
Asking price  $31,000usd

With it's double cabin layout, front and back.
Nice kitchen with propane stove and fridge.

The boat has all the great amenities you need.

Autopilot - St-4000 Raymarine
Depthsounder - Raymarine St-60
Wind speed and direction - Raymarine St-60
GPS - Raymarine RC-70
VHF -
Radar - Raymarine 2008
Log-speedometer - Raymarine St-60

Solar Panel - 250W

FYI, the inside panel have been put back to the black and white color.

If you would like additional info, click on the icon under the picture on the left to send a message, and I will be happy to answer you.

Patrice

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Main Message Board / Re: Adler Barbour Cooling Fan
« on: August 19, 2018, 08:37:38 AM »
Hi,
The fan should not be running all the time, but run with compressor.

If you search on the net for danfoss BD 24v manual, you will find a pdf file.

I found it before.?

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Main Message Board / Re: water for the head?
« on: July 01, 2018, 08:05:09 AM »
Hi,
You might have more than one seacock to open.
Under the head cabinet, I have one for the engine, and one for the sink drain with a T to go to the head.

To check is the head pump is still good, fill a bucket with water and pour some in the head and pump.

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Main Message Board / Re: Idea to Avoid Losing Parts Overboard
« on: June 23, 2018, 05:51:10 AM »
Hi,
Nice idea.  Thinking out of the box.
As long as they re not working on the hook.

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Main Message Board / Re: Ice box gasketing
« on: May 15, 2018, 04:15:13 PM »
Does everyone have the 2" or so, thick,  insulated fiberglass panel screwed to the underside of the lid?  I assumed it was factory installed in my '86.  Or do some people have just the plywood lid?  I always assumed I was getting some leakage around the opening lip but never thought it was too bad.
I also installed some 2" rigid styrofoam pieces on the underside of the countertop between the refer opening and the edge of the icebox.

I do have the same inner piece.

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Main Message Board / Re: Nav Station Hanging Locker Storage Ideas
« on: April 23, 2018, 06:58:46 PM »
Hi,

For the fixed shelves that we have.
I cut them as per the hull shap in the back using a cardboard to cut the patern.
Being to dark ?,  never been an issue.
Being to deep.
On one of the shelves, we store our towels.  Rolled and put in,  easy to get to.
On another, boxes of drinks.  Pull out the box we need.
On others, we have smaller basket to store bunch of different stuff.

Advantage also, is that you don't loose 1to2 inches on bothe side for the pull out drawers because of the frame around the openning.
And to be honnest, it was easier to make.  8)

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Main Message Board / Re: can i see under your nav?
« on: April 21, 2018, 08:27:39 PM »
Hello,
I also added shelves in the locker.
The shelves are fixed.  No slides.
I cut strips of wood and glued them on each side with construction glue under the brand PL.
The shelves can hold boxes of soft drinks.
I've put 3 shelves.

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Main Message Board / Re: Leaking Fluid Identity In Bilge?
« on: April 08, 2018, 05:42:52 PM »
Hi Bead,
Have no idea on the liquid found.
But in your description of boat.  You mention year 88 and mkII.
I bet it is a mk I.
Good lock on your search.

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Main Message Board / Re: Cabin Table
« on: March 01, 2018, 03:37:27 PM »
I always thought the table was just too big and we never used as a bed so I went the simple and cheap route.  I bought a big cutting board on amazon and a spray can of clearcoat and this has really opened up the cabin and made it much more comfortable when you have more than two people in the cabin.

Hi,

This look just like our cocktail table.   :D

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Main Message Board / Re: Cabin Table
« on: February 17, 2018, 04:07:13 PM »
Another option is to just remove the table.  Really opens up the cabin.  If not eating at the cockpit table, we ate on trays.  We don't play cards or games so it wasn't needed for that. Seldom needed the extra bed, if we did brought it to the boat for the duration.  Try it you might like it.

Yep.
This is close to what we do.
I made a new table using the original one as template with the side 2in. shorter for easier access around.
But this one sit in the aft room.
I made what we call our cocktail table, it's 12" x 16".  It make the inside bigger.

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Main Message Board / Re: Marine VHF Radio: Repair or Replace?
« on: December 29, 2017, 08:32:14 PM »
Hi,
In the same option as ken said.  If there is oxydation on the potentiometer contact, sometime with radio off.  Turn the knob from one end to the other many times.
This might help removing some oxyde.

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