Well, lt turns out I didn't have much time available to work on the boat last year, but this year I've been doing pretty good so far. Even though I could have done it myself, I paid the marina to get my engine running, and it runs pretty good, they said.
I just finished painting the deck and trim around the edge. I did the deck with a non-slip paint from Pettit that uses polymer micro-spheres instead of sand. It's supposed to be easier on the skin. Next up is painting the hull. That's
I'm in the middle of a re-power, after a long self debate about what to drop in it.
I had to re-power my first boat almost immediately after purchase even after a very costly survey(the maiden voyage was shall we say, not as fun filled as it should have been). I wanted to convert the boat to diesel and was talked out of it. So this time around diesel was on the table again for discussion. Now the Catalina has some space restrictions, and I have some wallet restrictions as well. But diesel
Does anyone know how long the prop shaft is on this boat? i want to put a spare shaft and prop on board
For those the care hit the web site - fill out your boats details and personal
info and you'll likely get what I have attached here. I'm still in search for the
designers name and if anyone knows who the designers were during this period
I'd be very grateful.
Originally Posted by Bill Taylor
Greeting and welcome aboard. Have any issues just ask on the forum related to the project. I have an 87 and have made some up grades ranging from the holding tank through the faux fur, flooring and other systems.
Winterizing is really not a problem. However he first issue is to avoid any product containing "ethanol". If your engines and generator are closed or raw cooling all you have to do is, first drain the water, then start and pump in the pink goop until it flows