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  • lookoutnw@comcast.net
    The SF 1150 went out about 1980ish if I remember correctly.  TAFFS was also replaced by MARKS, neither one was what was strictly followed except for AGI time.
    Message 1 of 40 , Jul 1, 2009
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      The SF 1150 went out about 1980ish if I remember correctly.  TAFFS was also replaced by MARKS, neither one was what was strictly followed except for AGI time.



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      From: "David Morgan" <sapper69k@...>
      To: columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2009 9:21:59 PM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
      Subject: Re: CYOA -was  Dinghy question - now FORMS








      DA 2062 Hand Receipt / Annex Number

      I didn't find SF 1150 or DA 1089 (or DA 1150 or SF 1089).......... 

      Former unit pubs guy.....
       David
      Bremerton, WA
      1968 C-22 #1109
      "Eaglet"

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      From: Jim Muri < irumrj@... >
      To: columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2009 8:50:16 PM
      Subject: Re: CYOA - Dinghy question - SF 1150

      Wasn't that a DA form 1089???
       James R. Muri

      Novelist, Sailor
      BUY: My e-Novels at http://blizzardguy. com/venture/
      SITE: http://blizzardguy. com
      BLOG: http://theostrichki ller.blogspot. com

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      From: Lookoutnw <lookoutnw@comcast. net>
      To: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2009 7:52:04 PM
      Subject: RE: CYOA - Dinghy question - SF 1150

      I thought that was the OLD Temp Hand receipt, Maybe it was a DA, I don’t
      think so. It came in like 3 or 4 pages with carbon paper already part of
      the stack.

      Jim & Chong Lussier
      KE7YOP
      SV Dawn Treader
      74 Columbia / Sailcrafter 45 #201
      Olympia, WA

      -----Original Message-----
      From: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      [mailto:columbiasai lingyach ts@yahoogroups. com]On Behalf Of Jim Muri
      Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2009 2:57 PM
      To: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: Re: CYOA - Dinghy question

      Hey, I love free stuff, but what's this SF1150 you're going to turn over to
      French Leave, Jim? And BTW, I still owe you that World Cruising Routes book
      by Cornell you loaned me and never saw again. I'll bring it down this
      evening, along w/ a cool one by way of apology.

      I just looked up SF1150 on Google: "Record of Leave data". A GSA form . .
      . appropriate.
      James R. Muri

      Novelist, Sailor
      BUY: My e-Novels at http://blizzardguy. com/venture/
      < http://blizzardguy. com/venture/ >
      SITE: http://blizzardguy. com < http://blizzardguy. com>
      BLOG: http://theostrichki ller.blogspot. com
      < http://theostrichki ller.blogspot. com>

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      From: Lookoutnw < lookoutnw@comcast. net <mailto:lookoutnw% 40comcast. net> >
      To: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      <mailto:columbiasai lingyachts% 40yahoogroups. com>
      Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2009 8:04:43 AM
      Subject: RE: CYOA - Dinghy question

      HJ,
      YES IT ROWS AWESOME!!!!
      3 adults in it no problem.
      32lb thrust electric and it scoots.

      I will turn over the SF1150 to French Leave when I come to see you next
      spring. Tis my goal as I cannot go to Mexico this year.
      I will then head south to better weather.

      Jim & Chong Lussier
      KE7YOP
      SV Dawn Treader
      74 Columbia / Sailcrafter 45 #201
      Olympia, WA

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      From: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      [mailto:columbiasai lingyach ts@yahoogroups. com]On Behalf Of Harry James
      Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 3:01 PM
      To: columbiasailingyach ts@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: Re: CYOA - Dinghy question

      Its one of almost 700 boats designed by Bolger, plans sold by Harold
      Payson. Called the Elegant Punt

      http://www.instantb oats.com/ boats.html
      < http://www.instantb oats.com/ boats.html>
      < http://www.instantb oats.com/ boats.html>

      David, If you are in the Oly area sometime try out Jim L's. The best way
      is to row a rubber tender and then try it out right after. You will have
      to take pain killers before you will be able to get back in the rubber
      raft and try and row it.

      People worry about the safety angle, I have towed a similar punt in 35
      kts of wind + with appropriate seas in Puget sound with no issues. Used
      to be the standard summer cruising practice in the "Old" days--like my
      youth. Last year I had my current one start to catch up on following
      seas as I came in from a short off shore stretch into Elfin Cove. I had
      read about this, first time it has ever happened to me.

      I build them very cheaply, AC plywood and PL Premium glue with stainless
      staples. I do have high quality dimensional lumber, I buy green local
      rough cut clear lumber and stow it in a wood shed in back. If I remember
      correctly Jim's is framed with yellow cedar with clear spruce on the
      longitudinal' s and oars. Hard for anybody else to do this cheaply.

      HJ

      Jim Muri wrote:
      > Great photo, Harry. I saw the one you sent Jim and immediately wondered
      why you hadn't sent me one <G>. Are there plans posted anywhere, or should I
      just reverse engineer Jim's?
      > James R. Muri
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      > Novelist, Sailor
      > BUY: My e-Novels at http://blizzardguy. com/venture/
      < http://blizzardguy. com/venture/ >
      > SITE: http://blizzardguy. com < http://blizzardguy. com>
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      < http://theostrichki ller.blogspot. com>
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      > From: Harry James < welshman@ptialaska. net
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      > Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 12:34:25 PM
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      > I hate rubber rafts with a passion, I like to row and they don't row. A
      > motor is a requirement which might be a necessity with your health
      > issues. A rubber raft is easier and safer to get into and out of. I tow
      > an 8' pram , there are a million different ones out there. I build then
      > as throwaways, if I have to cut it loose or if it gets too beat up on
      > the beaches I build another. Takes 1 tenth of a knot off unless it gets
      > rain in it, instead of 5 knots with the out board I get 4.9. Twenty
      > hours of work and $70.
      >
      > http://tritonclass. org/mir/144ta5. jpg
      >
      > HJ
      >
      > Just Me! wrote:
      >
      >> Hi guys,
      >>
      >> I have a eye on a dinghy and I'm curious if you guys can tell me a) if
      >> this is a decent dinghy by brand (avon) and b) if it's made from
      >> Hypalon. This dinghy isn't meant to survive months at sea, only to go
      >> along to allow us to visit islands cruise up the rivers and that sort of
      >> thing where our 'mother ship' (HAHA) can't take us on Lake Erie. All 24
      >> feet of her. Heh.
      >>
      >> The dinghy is a 95 Avon and has no patches and holds air "perfectly". I
      >> realize that to give a sound opinion you'd need to see it but there are
      >> no pics. I am comfortable with the motor on it (a Honda much like I use
      >> on my sailboat) and the other gear it comes with. (lights, anchor,
      >> boarding ladder, trailer etc)
      >>
      >> I am aware of Zodiac, Achilles and have seen Avon around. I know Avon
      >> are British...are they generally (under normal circumstances) a decent
      >> dinghy that if given normal care they can give many years of use? Any
      >> idea if these are Hypalon? The gentleman I'm talking to seems pretty
      >> knowledgeable but I am one to try and do a little research on my own.
      >>
      >> You guys seem to be a fountain of knowledge from cooking to engineering
      >> and of course SAILING. =)
      >>
      >> Renee
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    • bob
      ... so that s why i m towing more Jags lattly bob G
      Message 40 of 40 , Jul 6, 2009
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        --- In columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com, "Doug Ward" <dougward2@...> wrote:
        > My boat, car(s),& house all have good reliable electrical systems. NONE of em are Lucas systems. I didn't flunk out of the Lucas school, but I did learn how to tame their silly 12VDC automotive systems. BTW, have you noticed how electrically dependable the Jaguar cars are since Ford bought them ?

        so that's why i'm towing more Jags' lattly

        bob G
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