Essex Island Beckons!! (With a discount!!)

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Fri Jun 28, 2019 5:56 pm

Goodspeed opera house. About an hour to go left.
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A25 1971 #737
South Windsor, Ct

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Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:42 pm

We’re all watching for you!
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Former owner - Sonny III, 1997 28TE with "The BEAST"

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Fri Jun 28, 2019 11:21 pm

Those A25s need all the help and time they can get! Can't wait to hear all about it.

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Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:27 am

I regret I didn't make the rendezvous this year. I have been extremely busy with the new vessel and fishing adventures. Traveling to the deep testing her range. I am very happy to announce she can get to the canyon and further. This weekend we did 400 plus nautical miles. I did bring 25 gallons with me but didn't need it. Max had told me that he installed the wrong sender for the gas gauge and it reeds empty early. This proved to about 30 gallons sense 2 weeks ago after going offshore I came home on e. It was nerve wrecking but I knew in the back on my mind Max told me about the sender but had no idea how much was left. I again wanted to meet the group and needed to learn more about my vessel. I still have not pumped out tanks as I am nervous especially when I think about it in 6000 feet of water. I did turn on all pumps on 25 miles off when I was in a fleet and saw clean water come out of the big hole lol "very technical" next to all the bilge pump exhaust holes on my starboard side. I am leaving to go up north in 2 weeks me and the SeaCilian are going to take a run up north MTK the boston and weather depending maybe even nova scotia. I have some work prior to departure. I want to pull the boat check all zincs and add 1000 watt transducer sense currently I cant read over 1600 -1900 feet of water. I hope the wind wasn't as bad as it was here. I had to participate in a fluke tournament today the lady who ran it passed last year and this was a memorial celebration and I couldn't not participate. Any help about pumping out black water would be appreciated. I have to go look for the valve by the tank. I have not noticed any seacocks midship, I also have to service the ac not blowing cold air for more than 15 seconds the I get a error code at times e4. the work never ends

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