Thank you ever so much for your assistance.
Seems like I got involved with some funny agreements-owners when I payed advance to purchase the yacht and the deal got cancelled by the owner unfortunately.
All my labour onboard the yacht went in vane since I was kicked out of the deal with a very unethical way and at the end I didnt even heard a thank you for saving the yacht other than blames..
If you deal with the wrong people you always get shafted at the end.
Well its not the end of Nicholsons I am sure I will get my hands again on another one and then I will come back.
Till then my kind regards and gratitudes on all your kind assistance.
--- In email@example.com, Gary Noble <noble.gary@...> wrote:
> Hi Nikos
> Others on the site may have mentioned Jeremy Lines. Jeremy is the voluntary CN archivist and I believe was theÂ technical director at CN. I was able to purchase a disc on the drawings and technical details for Whakarra, CN 30. I would trust that he has drawings for the 43. I think that I have the original brochure but not on top of the pile so it might take some to forward a digitally copy. Best bet is to contactÂ Jeremy directly.
> jmailto:jeremy@...Â Â Â
> Good luck with updating a classic yacht!
> We live on the west coast of Canada, Nanaimo and have had our CN 30 since new...1974.
> Regards Gary NobleÂ Â
> From: nikolas2374 <n_perdikoyris@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 6:37:22 AM
> Subject: [campernicholson] NICHOLSON 43 Sloop - Informations
> Dear Sirs,
> I new into this group and I will appreciate any assistance over my project of restoration of a 43 ft Nicholson I bought recently.
> Basically I only bought the hull and rig since there is nothing else onboard.
> No Engine - Drive system - Prop or any information over Rigging and sail-plan or running rigging specs.
> Any information over the yachts layout and advices would be ever so much appreciated.
> The hull number is C&N No. 37 built in 1974 at Southampton C&N.
> Thank you all in advance for accepting me over the group and for your kind assistance on getting that beauty back to a jolly state.
> Kind regards,
> Nikos Perdikouris
> Corfu Greece