Hi Gregg, How about posting some pictures? There is another Pahi 42 in Panama City, but its' owners or remote.We would love to see you sail down to Islamorada for the rendevous in May. Or just show up if you can't sail.There will be lots of boats there and lots of experience . Please call if you would like iny more info on the renedvous or have any questions regarding your boat David 561 632 2628
Nothing upsets me more than to see a good boat go to waste. Nothing restores my faith more than to see a good boat put back the way it should be!
Congratulations, many years of fair winds and adventure to you!
Thanks for the comment. Crikey, looks like youve had a busy restoration project underway. Sure looking smart now, good for you! Is she nearly finished to the point you can go sailing and enjoy?? She will be a fab boat around the keys and Bahamas etc.
Have fun and hope the sticky epoxy changes to dried salt spray soon!
Seeing your photos, it looked like Bahamas to me, and sure enough it IS the Bahamas. When will you be back? Can we meet you and see the boat in Abacos? There is another Pahe 42 Capt Cook design sailing in Green Turtle, Abacos at Black Sound and we have Peace mostly around Manjack in Abacos located just four islands north. It would be fun to have a mini meet out there. Looks like a nice boat you got there!
If you look at my photo album for rebuilding a Pahi 31 there is one photo showing blocks for beam positioning.
This shows a block on the beam and on the hull in the slot. There are two blocks per hull on the beam and the hull slot. I used a cereal box cardboard for spacing and the hull can move up and down about a 3/4 of an inch but not sideways.
Your boat look beautifull. I'm just starting a proyect to rebuild one 31. I live the last 13 years in one 26 in summer of cours! and for me it's nice to see the work of the anothers in this group, thanks at all...my best regards.
The beam of my 26 it's original, lassing with no bolts. I would like do the same in the 31 but, at the moment I wait.