Nehalennia
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Nehalennia

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Nehalennia was last seen:
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    1. Chris Nowell
      Chris Nowell
      http://weather.gc.ca/city/pages/bc-48_metric_e.html

      Hope this works for ya. Get on to this site, choose "Marine", and then "British Columbia". You can get the various weather reports from the stations that are off shore so you can predict what's heading your way. "Marine forcast" and "Synopsis" will provide some good info.
    2. Chris Nowell
      Chris Nowell
      Todd,
      I'm viewing some old vids and have read references from other members regarding a heater that you installed in your boat. I'm curious, is this a heater that runs off the closed cooling system or is it something different? Your reference to Mo asking you to turn it down has got me thinking that my "buss" type heater isn't putting out enough heat. It's cranked all the time, and we're not in shorts an' t-shirts.

      Many thanx for the videos. they're a great way to start the day.

      Regards,

      Chris
    3. skillz48047
      skillz48047
      Hello
      i purchased 6 of your stainless steel engine vents last year, i absolutley love them!!
      on my 390 EC as with most of the sea rays from my era we have port window rings that are made out of plastic
      my question is could you make those out of stainless steel? I know they are curved and probably more complex than the engine vents.......
      if you could let me know either way or advise me on where to ask next i would greatly appreciate it
      thanks again for your time,
      larry
    4. Our Serenity
      Our Serenity
      No worries. I ended up ordering the 1250 because it could be shipped to my house by Tuesday whereas the 1240 wouldn't be available for 2 weeks. It was a little more expensive than the 1240 if bought directly from ProMariner but less expensive than the 1240s sold on 3rd party websites. My impatience usually makes me spend more!

      How did you route the wires for the helm control from the engine compartment to the helm?
    5. Nehalennia
      Nehalennia
      Hi
      I replaced the original ProMariner Flyback 20-3. I installed the Pronautic 1240 myself. It wasn't too tough. Sorry, I didn't see this post until now.
    6. Our Serenity
      Our Serenity
      Good morning Todd, Did your boat come with the ProNautic Series 1240 with the remote helm control? If not, did you install it? If so, was it difficult to do so? Our Pro-Tech died and we are considering replacing it with that 1240 with the remote helm control. Thanks in advance!
    7. lpvanam
      lpvanam
      Todd,

      It was a pleasure meeting you and your wife on the docks for Kenney Chesney. We had a blast. Hope you did too. Also hope your trip to Canada was fun.

      Paul VanAmerongen
      Moor Memories
      2008 260 Sundancer
    8. DavesWorld
      DavesWorld
      Hi Todd,
      It was good meeting you yesterday in Andrews Bay. I did find the secret compartment in the mid-berth.

      I was amazed at how simple it was to travel in and out of Canadian waters.

      I had thought of getting with Nexus or one of the other services to expedite passage but I don't know how much time I'm really going to save.

      My oldest son and I spent 4 days aboard and had a great time!

      Thanks Again.

      David Morrison
    9. Coastal Manifold
      Coastal Manifold
      Did the factory get back to you today. If they didnt its because they are at a boat show this weekend. The 5.7 manifolds we have in stock ready to mail. That was a 5.7 manifold ?
    10. caruso1006
      caruso1006
      Todd,



      Long time since I have had a chance to get on here and take a look around! Work has been crazy!



      I was wondering if you had an input on where I could get sliders for the top track of the cabin door...called my dealer today and they said SR no longer makes the parts.



      PICS

      http://www.flickr.com/photos/37133459@N07/3418825478/

      http://www.flickr.com/photos/37133459@N07/3418825338/



      I spent all day Saturday removing the helm and cabin door...I did get the bottom repaired, but I am not able to find the sliders above to fix the top portion. The helm and door are still detached and I am losing my mind.



      Let me know if you have any suggestions.


      Thanks,



      Corey
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    Location:
    Marysville, WA
    Boat Info:
    2001 310DA twin 350 MAGs, Westerbeke 4.5KW
    Boat Brand:
    Searay
    Engines:
    Twin 350 MAG V-drives
    Family, boats and beer

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    Skål, Todd

    ~Nehalennia ∆~ Celtic Goddess of the Seafarers
    2001 ~ SeaRay ~ 310DA, Twin 350 Merc MAGs with V-drives

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