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Back Issues of The Sailboat Cruiser It's been quite a start to the Caribbean sailing season for us, with rather more time and money needing to be spent on Alacazam than we'd bargained for. To cap it all, one of the two friends who came with us on our shakedown Grenadz off Grenada's south coast took a heavy fall below and broke two ribs.
The forecast was for 15 to 20 knots of wind. Ideal we thought, but not the 35 knots that we actually got. The fall completely winded her, she was in great pain and struggling to breathe. I was worried that she may have punctured a lung.
Fortunately that wasn't the case and I'm relieved to say that she's now on the mend. She's a very experienced skipper, and extremely fit and agile - it brought home to me just how risky this wonderful pastime of ours can be. As I write this we're anchored in Admiralty Bay on Bequia - it's a tough life He was telling me about the problem they'd got with the fuel tanks on their steel boat. His concern was well justified - the clear section of the separator was half full of rust particles.
That's the word the operating company uses. It was a relatively expensive service, which would have absorbed more of their cruising funds than they'd ideally like to part with. There had to be another way, and there was Now the clever bit. The in-line pump was inserted into the fuel tank through an inspection hatch, the other return pipe was inserted through the same inspection hatch and the pump switched on. This was emptied out and the process was repeated with John poking the suction pipe into all areas of the floor of the tank.
After a while no further rust particles were finding their way to the bowl. Job done, and 10 out of 10 for innovation!
Of course this was only a temporary solution - sooner or later something's going to have to be done about those steel tanks. Fuel Tank Inspection Plates This set me thinking about the condition of the fuel in Alacazam's polypropylene tanks. The truth is I'd never actually looked at the fuel Inn the bottom of the tank. I was fairly confident it would be OK, as there'd be no rust of course, and I always keep the tanks topped up and use an anti-bug additive when the boat's laid up ashore.
However, using John's in-line pump, we pumped a sample out through the access plate for the fuel gauge proved me wrong. It was not pretty. It was obvious that something had to be done All the fuel was pumped out and two new stainless steel access plates www.
Fortunately the fuel and water tanks on Alacazam are easily accessible, with the central fuel tank flanked by the water tanks. I shall be suxk a look in there every season from here on Flushed with our success, John and I were relaxing with a cold beer. Conversation got around the nervy time of launching after longterm storage ashore - a recent event for both of us.
What's not going to work now that was working perfectly when she was hauled out? Launched in the slip, but still hanging in the slings below the travel hoist, they'd gone through the usual checks - no leaking seacocks, engine starts OK, rudder turns freely, astern and forward gear engaging properly. With everything working as expected they motored out of the dock.
It was necessary to turn to port to avoid some moored boats. Jill turned to port, the boat turned to starboard. Jill turned further to port, the boat went further to starboard.
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Fortunately one of the line handlers had forgotten to let go the sternline that he was in charge of, so total carnage and mayhem among the moored boats was narrowly avoided. But how did it happen? Prior to launching, John had done some work on the boat's steering gear - and had somehow got his wire's crossed. A mistake he's unlikely to make again. John did ask me not to mention the further embarrassment he experienced when he later hoisted his jib upside down Grdnada so I won't.
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Use the following technique and it won't happen again. Let's say that you want to syphon fuel from a 5 gallon plastic fuel canister into your boat's fuel tank. First put one end of the syphon tube into the canister - near the bottom - and the other end into the fuel tank. With your hands, form a seal around the syphon tube and the mouth of the plastic canister leaving just enough space to blow into the canister with your mouth. This pressurizes the air space above the fuel in the canister and pushes the fuel up the syphon tube and into the fuel tank.
Once it starts flowing you can stop blowing and release your hands - your syphon will continue until the canister is empty. The teams that take coms come from various sailing, fishing and boat building communities around the island - Grand Mal, Gouyave, Sauteurs and Woburn, plus the Sister Islands of Carriacou and Petit Martinique. The competition is intense. Traditionally, the boats raced were the working fishing boats of the community — 16 or 17 feet long, made from local hardwoods and with masts of bamboo.
Today, most boats are built specifically for racing and are carefully stored and of to be ready for competition.
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On average it takes four to six weeks to build a boat from scratch. It's a colourful event Well, now it's added a new dose of nastiness to its repertoire - the ZIKA virus, for which there is no vaccine. The Zika virus is usually relatively mild, with symptoms such as skin rash, fever, muscle and t pain, lasting up to seven days. It is uncommon for people infected with Zika to need hospital treatment.
But it can be extremely dangerous for pregnant women, where it is suspected of being linked to microcephaly, a neurological disorder in which babies are born with smaller than normal he and brains. There's currently an outbreak of this horrendous disease throughout South America and various parts of the Caribbean. Here's what the World Health Organisation has to say about it on their zika virus fact sheet Used Gear for Sale Several of you have been having a bit of a clear-out it seems Plenty of used sailing jackets and trousers to choose from.
A navigators case, trapeze harness, safety lines and even a Monitor Windvane Self-Steering gear. Take a look at them here Two catamarans and three monohulls ed free of charge by our visitors to sailboat-cruising.
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