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General Discussion / Re: Insurance
« Last post by Jules Shockley on April 05, 2020, 12:13:49 PM »
Thanks, Don.
Got a quote from Markel for liability only for $700 . Tired of being insurance poor. Checking with your company and others. Will let you know what I find.
Jules
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General Discussion / Re: Insurance
« Last post by svsurprise on April 02, 2020, 06:56:54 AM »
I obtained my insurance from Wade Dunbar Ins Agency in Oriental NC and the policy is underwritten by Maritime Program Group (or at least that's where the checks go).  My policy is about $1300/yr on $90K valuation of the boat.  This covers me for the east coast and Bahamas with limitations on how far south I can go during hurricane season.  I've had one small claim due to a lightening strike on a neighboring boat and they covered it with no problems.

I hope this helps,
Don
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General Discussion / Insurance
« Last post by Jules Shockley on March 29, 2020, 12:11:14 PM »
I have collision and liability insurance( No hurricane ) on a 44 W/O with Markel American through USAA. Fourteen years, no claims. The annual renewal is up 50%. Over $2200 for basic coverage. Can't spend that much any more. We will self insure with liability only. Hard to find coverage for these 40 yr old boats.
I would like to know what you owners have for insurance and if you are happy. I haven't checked Geico or Progressive yet. I thought the members on the Net would have some advice. Would appreciate any information.

Jules W/O Dragon Lady

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Swap Meet / Falkor CSY44 WO For sale Uk based
« Last post by Neil Montague on March 11, 2020, 04:37:06 AM »
Part one UK registered

Completed ARC 2018, ran cruises around the Caribbean then sailed single handed back to the UK.
Complete with website www.freeboardsailing.com .

Work in the last 3 years
New Engine
New Generator (currently broken)
New standing rigging
New storm sails
New Chain plates
New upholstery
New Water Maker
New Bow thruster
All required equipment for MCA coding Cat 2
IRC rated with all safety equipment to compete in the ARC

Galley
Deep double sink
Stainless steel work tops / cooker surround
100 litre Fridge
Freezer

Tankage
 1600 litres of water
400 litres Diesel

2 heads both with showers
7 berths
large conformable cockpit
Large rear cabin

Sailing equipment
Hydraulic in mast furling
Large Genoa furling on Furlex 400
Large staysail on Furling
New storm staysail
New storm trysail
spinnaker pole
2 main hydraulic Genoa winches
2 pole / furling winches
2 halyard winches on mast

Electrics
Garmin GPS
Clipper gps repeater
Clipper depth/log
Stowe wind
Stowe depth
standard horizon VHF with ais display
Kenwood SSB
Simrad Radar
Simrad Auto pilot
Icom AIS transponder
wind depth
Sart
Emergency vhf antenna
4 domestics batteries 440ah
1 Engine start
1 generator start
1 bow thruster / anchor windlass

Available by separate negotiation
Rib with 4 hp outboard
Brand new Hydrovane self steering ( done one Atlantic crossing)
Sat phone
Mailasail Redbox (wireless coms)
Charts for all uk and passge from Uk to the Caribbean, Caribbean chats and Azores, may be a few more

Other equipment
2 life jackets
Flares
Day shapes
Wood bungs
6 thermal protective aids

Spares for more or less every thing

Boat ready to go but could do with some paint Varnish after her winter season

All for 45000 No offers
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Underway / Re: AIS Receivers and Transponders
« Last post by SVTrinity on March 08, 2020, 09:22:38 PM »
Successfully connected to Pathfinder raymarine radar plotter via nmea 0183 outputs. Only tricky bit was grounding the tx side of the rl80c  (yellow wire) rather than just connecting to rx side of the matsutec. Next up is connecting ais output to opencpn laptop (Panasonic toughbook), followed by vhf radio for dsc capability.
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Underway / Re: AIS Receivers and Transponders
« Last post by SVTrinity on February 27, 2020, 08:50:12 PM »
After last summers storage, my beloved Furuno GP32 refused to power up. Looking for a replacement, I chose a Matsutec HP-528A marine GPS AIS transponder. I am very happy. Avoiding the issues with sharing the mast VHF antennae, I split the FM radio aerial. I can see out to 40 nm easily. I plan on integrating into my old/new to Trinity raymarine pathfinder radar plotter via nmea and will update on success. Should  be plug and play. Total cost with shipping from aliexpress under $300. Includes new GPS antennae, cabling, bracket, cover, etc.

IMPORTANT, Make sure it's the AIS version. Read the description and there will be four connections on the back: power, nmea, gps, and vhf (for ais).
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Forum Information and Problems / Re: New Members Read This!
« Last post by Scott Carter on February 22, 2020, 03:19:24 AM »
Thanks for adding me I’m looking at buying a CSY 44
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Engines and Drive Train / Re: CSY engine removal CSY 37
« Last post by Peter Hibbard on February 21, 2020, 03:30:49 PM »
Ted, I am in the process of rebuilding or repowering my CSY 37.  Currently I have a 4107 Westerbeke 40 HP.  Did you remove and repower your boat?  Interested to talking about this with you.

Regards,

Peter
JAZZ
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Engines and Drive Train / 4107 Westerbeke - Re-Build or Re-Power - CSY 37
« Last post by Peter Hibbard on February 21, 2020, 03:27:22 PM »
I am in the process of either re-building my 4107 40 HP Westerbeke or re-powering. Looking for recommendations from others on this from their experience.  My first step will be to tear down the locked up engine and assess the damage.

Look forward to anyone else that has experience in doing this.

Thanks,

Peter
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Swap Meet / Portholes Csy44
« Last post by tek on February 16, 2020, 10:04:59 AM »
Many years ago I bought two used portholes from Rick Sheridan of Soggy Paws. After 20 years I have now sold my beloved Csy44, Swallow.
I just wanted spare portholes at the time (as they are hard to come by).
They never came in use for me and they need some TLC but bronze is bronze.
They are located in Stockholm, Sweden.
Freight plus 50$ for both.
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