Geo
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Catalina 27 Atomic 4 Engine Removal Part 2 of 2

Actual process of moving the motor off the boat.
Mar 7, 2013
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Dec 29, 2012
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Nov 9, 2012
Skip Barbour left a comment for Geo
"?? I  thought you were already on my friend list?"
Nov 5, 2012
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SAIL MUSCONGUS - ELECTRIC YACHT MAINE

Captains Randy & Nate taking care of Business
Oct 21, 2012
Geo posted a status
Oct 21, 2012
Ray Hanson left a comment for Geo
"I am looking at several kits at this time. I will decide this winter and do the install then. I am interested in some of the AC kits on the market."
Jul 19, 2012
Richard Mair left a comment for Geo
"Best to use email.at fullkeel2000@yahoo.ca. I check this regularly Richard"
Jul 15, 2012
bill left a comment for Geo
"Hi george I did my set up last year. I did the entire job my self. I am verey happy with set up and the power when I need it is unreal !. I use a honda 2000 when I take a trip of more that a day sail or go out on the hook for the night. this keeps…"
Jul 12, 2012
Richard Mair left a comment for Geo
"Yes on both counts. Always willing to talk with another Alberger"
Jul 8, 2012
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McKee left a comment for Geo
"I will probably buy a kit, and do the install myself.  "
Apr 22, 2012
JERRY CARPENTER left a comment for Geo
"Hi Geo I need to spend some time here but unfortunately today is not going to give me that kind of time.  I am restoring a Pearson Commander 26 and already have a electric motor to repower with."
Apr 11, 2012
Walter Graupner left a comment for Geo
"Hello George, I have not purchased an e-prop system yet. I have looked at several web sites and am impressed with several motors and controllers. I have done some work with making motor control panels in another industry so I would like to use some…"
Apr 10, 2012
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Apr 10, 2012

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At 10:03pm on November 5, 2012, Skip Barbour said…

?? I  thought you were already on my friend list?

At 12:44am on July 19, 2012, Ray Hanson said…

I am looking at several kits at this time. I will decide this winter and do the install then. I am interested in some of the AC kits on the market.

At 4:02am on July 15, 2012, Richard Mair said…
Best to use email.at fullkeel2000@yahoo.ca. I check this regularly
Richard
At 11:47pm on July 12, 2012, bill said…

Hi george I did my set up last year. I did the entire job my self. I am verey happy with set up and the power when I need it is unreal !. I use a honda 2000 when I take a trip of more that a day sail or go out on the hook for the night. this keeps my house bank up and running. I run the charger for one hr  in the morning and 1 to 1.5 in the evening. the only real trade off I see is when I do motor it is at about 3.5 knts compaired to 4.5 before. now that said I can go alot faster than that  when needed.  I am real happy I went with the 180i bill

At 8:11am on July 8, 2012, Richard Mair said…
Yes on both counts. Always willing to talk with another Alberger
At 2:21am on April 11, 2012, JERRY CARPENTER said…

Hi Geo

I need to spend some time here but unfortunately today is not going to give me that kind of time.  I am restoring a Pearson Commander 26 and already have a electric motor to repower with.

At 4:24am on April 10, 2012, Walter Graupner said…

Hello George,

I have not purchased an e-prop system yet. I have looked at several web sites and am impressed with several motors and controllers. I have done some work with making motor control panels in another industry so I would like to use some of that experience to set up the best system I can for my needs and my boats characteristics.

So far my motor list is comparing ratings and I'm looking at characteristics that will assist regen and durability.  Walter

At 12:04am on April 10, 2012, Eric Harms said…

Hello George. If in your business development you need any references for Electric Yacht, let me know. I converted Coincidence, my 26' sloop last year--I made my blog available to Scott, not sure if he ever used anything from it. 

v26coincidence.blogspot.com

At 4:57pm on March 28, 2011, Greg Martin said…

Hi George,

 

Welcome to Electric Seas! Thanks for joining. I've sent out invitations to a few other people you know in the electric boating community so hopefully they'll join us here soon too. I'm also just about to say something on the EBYG forum and hopefully the idea will catch on. So what do you think so far? I think there's alot of potential with this. Members can customize their profiles, companies can put info about their companies here, boat owners can put info about their boats, everyone can post photos, videos, links to news and products, and schedule events on the calendar. In my opinion the forums are very easy to use here, too.

 

Anyway, please go ahead and play around with this. There's alot you can do to start, with your profile- I noticed your photo is abit "pixelated" mine was too when I first uploaded a low res photo. You can upload a higher res photo for your profile pic, too. Also, upload any photos of boat projects, or anything you think is interesting. And just for fun, there's lots of widgets you can add to your profile- check out mine and David "Davy" Jones' profiles, I have my favorite books on display and Davy has a really cool shark break game there as a fun distraction.

 

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