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Re: ArrowCat 340

I'm not familiar with this boat, but am familiar with similar boats the PDQ 34 and PDQ 41. We have one of each in our yacht club. They were built by PDQ
Ted King
Jan 21
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ArrowCat 340

I'm looking at one of these powercats, which is the same size and has a lot in common with the TomCat 970.
Jeff_Peltier
Jan 21
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Re: New members

Thanks Roger & Ted. Hopefully, we'll have her in NC by the middle of November and we'll see how it goes! Ken
kltomcat
Oct 21, 2016
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Re: New members

Hi Jeff. Thank you for all that you have contributed to the group. Ken & Lori, Welcome.
rogermdunn0
Oct 19, 2016
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Re: New members

Hello Jeff, I received a notice that we have a new member signed into the Tomcat reflector. I presume that this is the new owners of your boat. If so, hello
Ted King
Oct 19, 2016
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New members

Greetings everyone, I have sold my 970 to Ken and Lori Weaver from North Carolina and have sent Ken an invitation to this forum. He'll probably be signing in
Jeff_Peltier
Oct 15, 2016
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Re: It's been quiet here!

The Torqeedos are still good. I wish I had the newer fast chargers for the batteries so I could make better use of a rented generator for longer trips. I
rogermdunn0
Aug 11, 2016
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Re: It's been quiet here!

Hi all, It has been a slow season for Tango. Our boat was the prototype that was used to make molds for other boats. The hull construction used foam planks
Ted King
Aug 2, 2016
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It's been quiet here!

Hopefully everyone is using their boats! How are those Torqeedos working out? I'm up north on Pelican Lake for the summer. We get a little racing in with our
Jeff_Peltier
Jul 28, 2016
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Re: Torqeedo's (w/Solar or Wind)

Keep us posted. And, if you discover anything new on either the solar or wind generator front let us know. You are the test bed for this technology and we are
tedschoenfelder
May 6, 2016
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Re: adding winches

Hi Jeff. Thanks for the photos. I think I understand your rigging and it does look handy to have that additional winch just forward of the main one. It's a
rogermdunn0
May 6, 2016
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Re: adding winches

I should have mentioned that I did check with Tom. That area of the cabin, i.e., where the existing winches are and down the slope, is solid glass.
rogermdunn0
May 6, 2016
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Re: adding winches

I've often wanted another winch when reefing. It would be nice to reef the main without rolling the genny and using the engines. I've not yet found a good
ronaldjjames@ymail.com
May 6, 2016
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Re: adding winches

Hi Roger, I realized when we were building the boat that 2 winches weren't enough so we added them at that time. I also added clutches on the port side for the
Jeff_Peltier
May 6, 2016
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Re: adding winches

Roger: Although I never got around to doing it myself having that extra set of winches would be nice when flying a spinnaker. I had the same problem when
tedschoenfelder
May 5, 2016
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