need someone experienced create list of equipment for sailboat 60 feet

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by gp333, May 8, 2010.

  1. gp333
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    gp333 Junior Member

    I am not looking for book...
     
  2. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    Perhaps you can find it on CD for $60.
    You will save $40
    Its a saving you can put toward the boat :D
    Daniel
     
  3. gp333
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    gp333 Junior Member

    ok, sorry because I ask here anything.. we'll ask one friend of my freind that help me
    thnx for your support
     
  4. TeddyDiver
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    TeddyDiver Gollywobbler

    The point is... It's an insult to offer $100.. either you pay properly or ask for free advice.. right?
    And I'll give you one equipment for free to your list.. Grab bag:rolleyes:
     
  5. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Old Woodbutcher

    I offered good free advice for nothing. If you are too lazy too read a book, you are too lazy to take good advice.

    Ciao.
     
  6. gp333
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    gp333 Junior Member

    I am read 3 these books but on other language.. I am not suspect so lo stupidity here really :))

    usually lot smarter are answers on this forum and more precise..
     
  7. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Old Woodbutcher

    Se si dispone di Chapman in Italiano, avete la vostra risposta.
     
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    Translation: If you have Chapman's in Italian, you have your answer already.
     
  9. Jeff
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    Jeff Moderator

    Mod note: moving this thread to the Services & Employment forum though even in this economy I don't think $100 counts as employment (unless you want a very quick or generic list) although maybe a student would be interested.
     
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  10. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Old Woodbutcher

    Canadian requirements:

    12 - 24 metres in length (39'4"-78'9")

    Lifejacket or PFD for each person on board
    Buoyant heaving line 15 m (50')
    Life buoy attached to self-igniting light OR 15 m (50') buoyant line
    1 reboarding device [ladder]
    1 anchor with 15 m (50') cable, rope or chain
    Bilge pumping system
    Watertight flashlight
    12 flares Type A, B, C or D, not more than 6 Type D
    Navigation lights must comply with Collision Regulations
    Sound signalling device (Collision Regulations)
    Magnetic compass (Safety Regulations)
    Radar reflector [not required under most day and near-shore use]
    Class 10BC fire extinguisher at each of the following locations:
    entrance to space with a fuel-burning stove, heating or refrigerator
    entrance to accommodation space
    entrance to machinery space
    2 fire buckets
    1 fire axe
     
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  13. watchkeeper

    watchkeeper Previous Member

    What puzzles me is why is gp333 having a sail yacht built at all if he has no idea what his systems equipment list is or wish list could be. Anyone building a 60fter has been there and knows whats needed.

    Sounds like he's a wannabe putting a package together for some other mug to make a buck...
     
  14. YachtStudioLtd
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    YachtStudioLtd New Member

    I think you have all missed GP333's point.

    GP333 Correct me if I am wrong, but you want someone with some experience to have a quick chat (or email) off the record on what would be the best equipment for a 60 footer so you can go in to a meeting with the right people and have an understanding of what would be the best way to go. Eg, harken winches over Lewmar, or B&G over Simrad for instruments.

    Drop me a PM with a list of questions if you want.
     

  15. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    Free Advice for the purpose of Sailing

    If we each contibute a little ditty into the ditty bag the the prospective sailor will have everything that he needs.

    Ill go first

    I highly reccomend bringing lots of Tobbaco and Whiskey products on your voyage. That and your thermos.

    You can partake in its virtues and trade with the natives.

    [​IMG]
     
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