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Segue to AIS ?

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I have used mAIS, which is similar, but I think there is one very important caveat to note: While mAIS and other such apps will upload your position and other
David Laino
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9:50 AM

S28 Halyards

(8)
We switched our halyards over to Samson's MLX. Dyneema core with polyester cover. Super strong, so we downsized from 7/16" to 3/8", which makes everything
John Zeratsky
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Apr 15

Need CNG Cylinder

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Chris, I'm in Europe, I'll call you when I'm back in Canada next Monday. Envoyé de mon iPad ... Chris, I'm in Europe, I'll call you when I'm back in Canada
Michael Lalancette
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Apr 14

Where Marine Electronics are Going

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I think I'd put a switch near the base of the mast. You need a connector for the radar anyway, and why not tie in the wind and depth sensors? I'd put another
James Starkey
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Apr 14

chartplotter and radar recommendation

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Stephen, On my 34-I, I have an older NMEA 0183 Garmin chartplotter. Last year, I installed all new N2K transducers (wind and water) and an N2K network, but no
Harry K
51
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Apr 13

Pics of faux teak swim steps

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I agree with Roy.  Good looking steps! However with all the teak involved with the Sabres, I don't think that this little bit of plastic makes you entirely
Michael Sims
14
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Apr 13

Bilge pump and float switch recommendations

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Cynthia,About 10 years ago I bit the bullet & bought an Ultimate Bilge Pump switch Jr. ($120 at Hamilton Marine). Absolutely trouble free since. The wiring is
Philip Horn
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Apr 10

lubricating Sabre 32 impeller

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I think I may replace my speed seal with new version and maybe some Globe impellers. I hope I have my pump model number written down someplace. Speed Seal is
Dan Trainor
11
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Apr 8

Best & Worse Things about a Sabre 28?

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Hull/sail # 381 Was named Wisp and was berthed in Rock Hall, Md. Any info on her history would be great.
everwind22
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Apr 7

GPS wire in pedestal guard

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I mounted my GPS in the same fashion. I just put heat shrink tape on the wries. I didn't use a grommet to avoid having to over-drill the hole, and haven't
smofishlaw
8
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Apr 4

Replacing VHF cable inside mast

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Sounds like an experienced rigger :-)
Allison Lehman
12
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Mar 23

jack lines and tether points

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RC Lots of good replies. On our S38 we have two folding paddies at the companionway, both to clip on when exiting and to clip to when in the cockpit. We have a
walkabout193
22
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Mar 23

Repair seacocks and check all theu hulls

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John, She was a keeper, at least in my book. Unfortunately, I wasn't a keeper in her book. Maybe because I crammed her in those tight spaces? Lesson learned
Harry K
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Mar 20

Garmin BlueCard data card for South Maine

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I think the judgement about when to nav aides such as buoys is important. Depends on situation, I would say. I tend to plot my courses mostly farther away from
Dan Trainor
19
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Mar 20

Divits: The Ultimate Solution

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Bigger boat? He needs a house. Ware...house Jay
James Flynn
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Mar 19
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