{Stus-List} A&H HATCH REPLACEMENT and other DECK HARDWARE

dwight veinot dwightveinot at hfx.eastlink.ca
Tue Jun 30 16:27:28 CDT 2009


Sikaflex 295 UV

Dwight Veinot
1974 C&C 35, Alianna
Head of St. Margaret's Bay, NS
 
-----Original Message-----
From: cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com [mailto:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com]
On Behalf Of Alex Giannelia
Sent: June 30, 2009 1:35 PM
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Subject: {Stus-List} A&H HATCH REPLACEMENT and other DECK HARDWARE

Hi, I am reading this with interest as I am about to install restored hatch
frames onto a restored deck, so everything is bare metal and clean
polyurethane paint.

What is the best bedding to use for:

1) The aluminum frame onto the deck?
2) The acrylic into the frame?

For the latter, I have heard 295 from Sikaflex but have also seen the
original A&H boys use GE Silicone, when I visited them a few years ago.  So,
what's best?

In fact, now that I am re-installing the complete hardware suite back on
that deck, I'd be interested in polling the list to see what they recommend
for bedding:

Deck Fills
Cleats
Hatches (see above)
Aluminum window frames (original C&C)
Teak Dorade boxes and hand rails
Spinlock clutches one set plastic, the other aluminum or some similar metal
Winches
Chain Plates and their covers


The guy who refinished the deck says he uses a polyurethane for everthing
and he does have a good reputation around these parts.

I'll be interested in your suggestions.

Cheers!

Alex Giannelia
ag at airsensing.com

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Removal of A&H Hatch (Colin Kilgour)
   2. Porta-bote (Russ & Melody)
   3. Re: Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report (Dennis C.)
   4. Re: Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report (Bill Bina)
   5. Re: Pedestal Feet (Bob Skene)
   6. Re: decal plate (Captain Jake)
   7. Re: Sad news (Rob Miller)
   8. Re: decal plate (Pat Nevitt)
   9. Re: decal plate (Bill Bina)
  10. West Coast RDV - an alternative (Jim Watts)


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 13:14:14 -0400
From: "Colin Kilgour" <ckilgour at sympatico.ca>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Removal of A&H Hatch
To: <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
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They SHOULD just be held in with screws and bedded with butyl or silicone
but who knows what PO's may have done.
 
Once you've got them off (and cleaned up any damage that happens in the
process) the way to put them back on is to lay the hatch upside down and
fill the 'channel' in the frame with silicone (not adhesive) until it's a
wee bit proud of the frame.  Then flip it over, screw it down, wipe up the
mess and you're done.
 
When I rebedded my hatches this spring, I averaged a little more than one
tube of silicone per hatch (2 x 20 inch and 2 x 24 inch) so plan
accordingly.
 
Cheers,
Colin
 

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From: cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com [mailto:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com]
On Behalf Of Jim Watts
Sent: June-29-09 10:20 AM
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Removal of A&H Hatch


My A&H hatches were attached with screws and bedded in butyl. Sounds like
some idiot used something like 5200 to glue them down. Those bits of white
plastic could be epoxy used to fill the former screw holes. 
You may be able to get something like a high E guitar string under the frame
enough to cut through the black goop, or you could try Anti-bond 2015 to
break down the goop. Good luck.
 
Jim Watts
Paradigm Shift
C&C 35 Mk III
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Drew  <mailto:adair at verizon.net> & Mary Adair 
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 3:01 AM
Subject: {Stus-List} Removal of A&H Hatch

Hi Folks - 
 
I have two small Atkins & Hoyle hatches (8x15) which developed leaks around
the frames.  Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to remove the frames from
the deck.  There are four holes in the top of the frames under which some
sort of fasteners should be located.  Each of the holes is filled with
hardened black "goo", but I can't seem to dig the goo out to get to a metal
screw.  As I dug down with an ice pick, some small chips of a white plastic
type substance, almost like hard epoxy, came out.  Is it possible these
hatches were attached with plastic or resin fasteners?  This doesn't sound
right to me, but I thought I would ask before I do any more excavation.  If
anyone has any experience removing these hatches, I would appreciate their
input.
 
Drew Adair
C&C 32
Aurora
 


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Message: 2
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 10:30:38 -0700
From: Russ & Melody <russmel at telus.net>
Subject: {Stus-List} Porta-bote
To: billbina at sbcglobal.net,cnc-list at cnc-list.com
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Hi Bill,

I love the Porta-bote... got a used one last year.

Setting up and handling on deck leaves black marks from the seam piping 
(ABS material?).
Do you have a system that prevent the marks?

Did you make any special arrangement for towing?

         Cheers, Russ
         35 mk-1


At 07:23 AM 6/28/2009, you wrote:
>Portabote!   :-)   I have mine listed in my will, because it is absolutely 
>certain to outlast me. My son may have to put it in his will, as well. It 
>has the makings of a family heirloom. Oh, yeah, cost half what an RIB 
>costs, has more room, weighs <60 pounds, planes with 3.5 HP, and I can set 
>it up or fold it and lash it to the lifelines in 15 minutes on the 
>foredeck of a 27 foot C&C by myself. Tows easily, ROWS well, and you can 
>drag it over metal scrap, sharp rocks, and broken glass with no worries. 
>To launch, I pick it up and drop it over the side. Retrieve the same way. 
>No hoists needed.
>
>Bill Bina
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Message: 3
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 10:54:55 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Dennis C." <captbuy at yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
To: billbina at sbcglobal.net, cnc-list at cnc-list.com
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Bill,

You are correct if you're using WCV (waypoint closure velocity) also known
as GPS VMG, not VMG (wind).??If you're racing to windward and set the actual
mark as your waypoint in your GPS, as you approach either windward layline,
WCV (GPS VMG) will tend to decrease.? When you reach the layline, WCV will
equal 0 because you are proceeding perpendicular to your course to the
mark.? This may help a racer know when to tack to the mark but won't take
current into account.? It also assumes the boat tacks through exactly 90
degrees.? I use the time honored technique of sighting along the wheel.

So, if you want to use a GPS to calculate VMG towards the windward mark,
once the course is set by the race committee, set a relative mark on the
race course bearing 100 miles out like you said.? :)

Dennis C.
Touche' 35-1 #83
Mandeville, LA





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From: Bill Bina <billbina at sbcglobal.net>
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 11:43:15 AM
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report

I have been told that to get accurate VMG, you need to set the "mark" at an
imaginary point about 100 miles beyond, and aligned with, the actual mark.

Bill Bina


Dennis C. wrote: 
Dwight,
>
>In the Nexus vocabulary, VMG is both VMG to windward and?VMG
downwind.??Both show as a?positive number.? We maximize it.? Downwind, we
find that we sail a little bit "hotter" than boats which are more
windward/leeward designs.? That is, our gybe angles are wider.? 
>
>When racing downwind, we set one of our multidisplays to show apparent wind
on the top line and VMG on the bottom.? Once we optimize VMG, we can then
gybe to the same apparent wind angle on the opposite gybe and the VMG should
be close to optimized given no difference in wave angle, etc.? At this point
we usually switch to watching the windex on the masthead because it's more
responsive.
>
>In shifty conditions, we have been known to put?the top line while in wind
mode on true wind angle because we feel wind shifts will be seen quicker.?
True wind angle (TWA)?is the angle between the true wind direction and the
boat's heading.
>
>Dennis C.
>Touche' 35-1 #83
>Mandeville, LA
>
>
>
>
________________________________
From: dwight veinot <dwightveinot at hfx.eastlink.ca>
>To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
>Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 11:17:08 AM
>Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
>
>
>Dennis
>?
>VMG (wind) would be helpful in determining the optimum point of sail when
going to weather but do you know if it is useful to determine the optimum
jibe angle when sailing downwind.? I haven?t checked that out yet with my
instruments which are new to me this year but I would expect something like
a minus number and that ?larger negative numbers would be faster?? Is
VMG(wind) a shortened way of saying VMG to windward.? Do you know what the
Nexus system outputs for VMG wind on a downwind jibe?
>?
>Dwight Veinot
>1974 C&C 35, Alianna
>Head of St. Margaret's Bay, NS
>?
>
________________________________

>From:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com [mailto:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com]
On Behalf Of Dennis C.
>Sent: June 29, 2009 12:58 PM
>To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
>Subject: Re: { Stu s-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
>?
>Dwight,
>?
>I think you're correct.? The compass shouldn't be needed.
>?
>Dennis C.
>?
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Message: 4
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 14:17:18 -0400
From: Bill Bina <billbina at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
To: "Dennis C." <captbuy at yahoo.com>
Cc: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
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I don't race, I cruise, so the mark is often 100 miles away anyhow! LOL

Bill Bina

Dennis C. wrote:
> Bill,
>  
> You are correct if you're using WCV (waypoint closure velocity) also 
> known as GPS VMG, not VMG (wind).  If you're racing to windward and 
> set the actual mark as your waypoint in your GPS, as you approach 
> either windward layline, WCV (GPS VMG) will tend to decrease.  When 
> you reach the layline, WCV will equal 0 because you are proceeding 
> perpendicular to your course to the mark.  This may help a racer know 
> when to tack to the mark but won't take current into account.  It also 
> assumes the boat tacks through exactly 90 degrees.  I use the time 
> honored technique of sighting along the wheel.
>  
> So, if you want to use a GPS to calculate VMG towards the windward 
> mark, once the course is set by the race committee, set a relative 
> mark on the race course bearing 100 miles out like you said.  :)
>  
> Dennis C.
> Touche' 35-1 #83
> Mandeville, LA
>  
>  
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* Bill Bina <billbina at sbcglobal.net>
> *To:* cnc-list at cnc-list.com
> *Sent:* Monday, June 29, 2009 11:43:15 AM
> *Subject:* Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
>
> I have been told that to get accurate VMG, you need to set the "mark" 
> at an imaginary point about 100 miles beyond, and aligned with, the 
> actual mark.
>
> Bill Bina
>
>
> Dennis C. wrote:
>> Dwight,
>>  
>> In the Nexus vocabulary, VMG is both VMG to windward and VMG 
>> downwind.  Both show as a positive number.  We maximize it.  
>> Downwind, we find that we sail a little bit "hotter" than boats which 
>> are more windward/leeward designs.  That is, our gybe angles are wider. 
>>  
>> When racing downwind, we set one of our multidisplays to show 
>> apparent wind on the top line and VMG on the bottom.  Once we 
>> optimize VMG, we can then gybe to the same apparent wind angle on the 
>> opposite gybe and the VMG should be close to optimized given no 
>> difference in wave angle, etc.  At this point we usually switch to 
>> watching the windex on the masthead because it's more responsive.
>>  
>> In shifty conditions, we have been known to put the top line while in 
>> wind mode on true wind angle because we feel wind shifts will be seen 
>> quicker.  True wind angle (TWA) is the angle between the true wind 
>> direction and the boat's heading.
>>  
>> Dennis C.
>> Touche' 35-1 #83
>> Mandeville, LA
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> *From:* dwight veinot <dwightveinot at hfx.eastlink.ca>
>> *To:* cnc-list at cnc-list.com
>> *Sent:* Monday, June 29, 2009 11:17:08 AM
>> *Subject:* Re: {Stus-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
>>
>> Dennis
>>
>>  
>>
>> VMG (wind) would be helpful in determining the optimum point of sail 
>> when going to weather but do you know if it is useful to determine 
>> the optimum jibe angle when sailing downwind.  I haven?t checked that 
>> out yet with my instruments which are new to me this year but I would 
>> expect something like a minus number and that  larger negative 
>> numbers would be faster?  Is VMG(wind) a shortened way of saying VMG 
>> to windward.  Do you know what the Nexus system outputs for VMG wind 
>> on a downwind jibe?
>>
>>  
>>
>> Dwight Veinot
>>
>> 1974 C&C 35, Alianna
>>
>> Head of St. Margaret's Bay, NS
>>
>>  
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> *From:* cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com 
>> [mailto:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com] *On Behalf Of *Dennis C.
>> *Sent:* June 29, 2009 12:58 PM
>> *To:* cnc-list at cnc-list.com
>> *Subject:* Re: { Stu s-List} Nexus system - VMG vs WCV - report
>>
>>  
>>
>> Dwight,
>>
>>  
>>
>> I think you're correct.  The compass shouldn't be needed.
>>
>>  
>>
>> Dennis C.
>>
>>  
>>
>>  
>>
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Message: 5
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 16:31:30 -0500
From: "Bob Skene" <rskene at drytel.net>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Pedestal Feet
To: <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
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Thanks, Dave.  Mine is probably the same, but I am so proud of the new one I
whittled out of a piece of cutting board that I will be fine now
Regards
Bob
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Dave Ryan 
  To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
  Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 11:32 AM
  Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Pedestal Feet


  Bob;
  No autohelm bracket, but there is one blue sock.

  Actually, what autohelm bracket are you referring to? I have the
rectangular autohelm control box that slides onto a low-profile black
plastic peice.
  I"ve got 3 of them...one in the cockpit for actual use, 1 on a bulkhead
where I store it, and one on a wall at home for winter storage use.
  If you need one, I'll check to see if they become available when owners
upgrade autopilots.

  Dave Ryan


    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Bob Skene 
    To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
    Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 11:09 AM
    Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Pedestal Feet


    Dave,
    Any sign of the bracket for my autohelm in your bin...?
    Regards
    Bob Skene

    I did fabricate a new bracket out of HDPE and it works fine.  Apart from
being white plastic instead of black plastic it looks OK.
    B.
      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Dave Ryan 
      To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
      Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 7:32 AM
      Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Pedestal Feet


      Joe and Gary YES I did receive a pedestal foot form each of you!
Things have been more than a bit hectic around here and  I am remiss in not
touching base with you earlier.

      Thank You Very Much they were just right, and are now installed. I
will be sending you each payment for them this week. I presume there is no
customs issue sending a regular envelope to Grimsby, ONT?

      The foot from Joe arrived aluminum  painted white, and Gary's was a
brand new black  plastic. I sanded the aluminum one and spray painted it
black, and you can't tell the difference. Bolt hole centers are identical on
both of them.

      I gave the cockpit floor a good scrubbing so I"d have a clean surface
for the installation.
      I dry-fit with the pedestal guard in place, checked that the guard was
vertical and plumb, and marked with pencil where the feet should go.  Then I
removed the guard and was looking at the feet with the drill in my hand,
hemming and hawing about drilling holes into the deck.  Dock mate came by
and said "Just drill it!"
      So I drilled the 2 holes for one of the feet., and then realized I
didn't have the bolts out, so went to the bin where I had them.
      As II reached in I felt something in the far corner. It was the
original 2 feet!!!  They were in the back of the bin, under a small overhang
of sorts and impossible to see. Could only feel them.
      Oh boy. I just knew something like that was going to happen.  So, I
took the original feet out to the cockpit to the holes I had drilled just
minutes earler. Bolt holes on these don't line up with the newly drilled
holes!
      So I stayed with, and installed Joe and Gary's parts, as they are new
and shiny now and not the old weathered aluminum original feet.
      It looks great, and works great too. One of those "how did I get along
without it" kind of thing.

      Thanks again Joe and Gary!

      Dave Ryan
      C&C 33-1
      1975


        ----- Original Message ----- 
        From: Joseph Bognar 
        To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
        Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 7:37 PM
        Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Pedestal Feet


                        Dave: Did you get the one pedestal foot I sent?? Is
it the correct one???

         

        Joe



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Message: 6
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 19:37:54 -0400
From: Captain Jake <captain_jake at cox.net>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} decal plate
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David,

My installation went very well.  The plates sit very close to flush with 
the cabin sides.  I used tape to hold them in place while the 4200 
dried.  The previous plates were put on with double-sided tape 
originally and then resecured at some time with a blob of hard glue or 
epoxy.  They came off easily with a thin putty knife.

If anyone wants a moderately weathered set of "original" C&C plates, 
they yours for the postage.  They could probably be buffed and 
repainted.  Thought I would offer them here, as throwing them out would 
be a shame.  They are quite thick and substantial.

Jake

C&C 35 Mk-III
Midnight Mistress
Hampton VA

David Knecht ATT wrote:
> I just got my new aluminum decal plates. What is the recommendation 
> for attaching them?  Thanks- Dave
>
>
>
> Callou! Callay! 1982 C&C 34
> New London, CT
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Message: 7
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 18:51:32 -0700
From: "Rob Miller" <r.miller at shaw.ca>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Sad news
To: <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
Message-ID: <000501c9f925$4af1b330$e0d51990$@miller at shaw.ca>
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I ran into David Twentyman on Perigrine (formerly Boxer) in Pender Harbour
this afternoon and he told me the news. He suggested to Debbie a smaller
rendezvous there at Fisherman's Resort - the owner thought he could come up
with 20 slips.

Rob Miller

Dark Star

C&C 29 Mk1

 

 

From: Jim Watts [mailto:jimwatts at shaw.ca] 
Sent: June-26-09 7:15 PM
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Sad news

 

Yes, I got that today too. I'm hoping we can get something together over
that weekend even if it's not sponsored and even if we only get a couple of
dozen boats, just to keep the RDV record intact. Maybe a giant raft-up
and/or group anchorage in Montague Harbour or Winter Cove? Lots of land base
and activities, but a shortage of showers...

C'mon people, think it up. 

Any advice from the rest of the list? What can you do with 80 boats and no
marina?

 

 

Jim Watts
Paradigm Shift
C&C 35 Mk III

----- Original Message ----- 

From: Russ  <mailto:russmel at telus.net> & Melody 

To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 

Sent: Friday, June 26, 2009 5:39 PM

Subject: {Stus-List} Sad news

 

I just received a note from Len & Debbie Baronit. The annual (West Coast) 
C&C Rendezvous at Silva Bay scheduled for August has been cancelled.

Something to do with renovations at Silva Bay Resort... renovations in the 
summer??!!
Are they nuts?

Cheers, Russ
35 mk-1

P.S. I can forward the full info to anyone. upon request... however, I'm 
away sailing again this weekend (the Day & a Bit race).


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Message: 8
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 08:56:19 -0400
From: Pat Nevitt <pnevitt at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} decal plate
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Hi all,

I just recently acquired a C&C 29 MK II and there is a spot on the side of
the aft part of the cabin top on the port side where it looks like something
used to be affixed / glued at one time as it is discolored some.  It's maybe
2 inches by 2 inches.  Is this where the plate you are talking about goes?
Is that roughly the size of this plate?  If this is the case, was there
supposed to be one on either side of the cabin top?  I could not find a
picture anywhere that showed this.

Thanks,
Pat

On 6/29/09, Captain Jake <captain_jake at cox.net> wrote:
>
> David,
>
> My installation went very well.  The plates sit very close to flush with
> the cabin sides.  I used tape to hold them in place while the 4200 dried.
>  The previous plates were put on with double-sided tape originally and
then
> resecured at some time with a blob of hard glue or epoxy.  They came off
> easily with a thin putty knife.
>
> If anyone wants a moderately weathered set of "original" C&C plates, they
> yours for the postage.  They could probably be buffed and repainted.
>  Thought I would offer them here, as throwing them out would be a shame.
>  They are quite thick and substantial.
>
> Jake
>
> C&C 35 Mk-III
> Midnight Mistress
> Hampton VA
>
> David Knecht ATT wrote:
>
>> I just got my new aluminum decal plates. What is the recommendation for
>> attaching them?  Thanks- Dave
>>
>>
>>
>> Callou! Callay! 1982 C&C 34
>> New London, CT
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Message: 9
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 09:05:58 -0400
From: Bill Bina <billbina at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: {Stus-List} decal plate
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Yes, there were aluminum plates with the C&C logo in that spot. If you 
go to Stu's C&C website, he has suitable (but not exact) aluminum 
replacements, as well as decals of the C&C logo that could be applied 
there directly as an alternative.

Bill Bina


Pat Nevitt wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I just recently acquired a C&C 29 MK II and there is a spot on the 
> side of the aft part of the cabin top on the port side where it looks 
> like something used to be affixed / glued at one time as it is 
> discolored some.  It's maybe 2 inches by 2 inches.  Is this where the 
> plate you are talking about goes?  Is that roughly the size of this 
> plate?  If this is the case, was there supposed to be one on either 
> side of the cabin top?  I could not find a picture anywhere that 
> showed this.
>
> Thanks,
> Pat




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Message: 10
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 08:36:37 -0700
From: "Jim Watts" <jimwatts at shaw.ca>
Subject: {Stus-List} West Coast RDV - an alternative
To: "C&C List" <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
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Anne and I went to Montague Harbour this last weekend, to check it out as a
possible location for the Owners' Rendezvous. Since a lot of us have the
August 7/8/9 weekend already put aside, is there any interest in having a
group meet in Montague then?
We'll try and come up with some ideas for activities to replace some of the
shore-side things people did in Silva Bay, such as dinner on the beach, pub
ride on "The Bus", etc.
All ideas welcome, no matter how whacko.


Jim Watts
Paradigm Shift
C&C 35 Mk III
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