Ah, good to hear,
Then it's actually a Princess not Viking. They were marketed in the US by Viking up until a few years ago when they parted ways.
Viking are solid below the water line.
Anybody want to speculate on what the wave heights are ? Besides huge.
That's not necessarily true.
The combination washer/dryer units are not that great but the classic stackers work very well. Have a Kenmore in my...
Here's an example.
They won't be anything proprietary to Ocean. If you've confirmed they're bad, pull them for length, note the install method (5 hole flange or 1.5"...
Actually it would, remember that the wrap is digitally produced and can be whatever you wish. Even a solid Navy Blue if you wish.
No , similar names Matt46post on this site, Mattie69 on the other.
Perhaps the op can "splain" this?
Interesting I have seen the same post on Trawler F. but poster is listed from Texas. Interestingly similar screen names but different home States....
Can't argue with that position.
Then look at the ACME props.
Just put them on my Viking. A ton more aft lift with them. Actually took an inch of pitch away.
If they can get the right cranes on location it's entirely feasible to cut it into sections and ship the pieces back to Korea for reassembly.
My 44 runs 4blade 24x26 dynaquads. With 6-71s
If you're going to send them in.
Superior Turbo & injection in Detroit are real DDC rebuilders.
Without the "Marine" mark-up
Love to see some pictures of the current ER.
If you need only a a couple replaced you can just send/take the panel to any EZ2CY / CLEAR2SEA dealer and they'll make you a replacement .
Just tell her it's a safety issue.
Works for me. :)
I'm pretty sure it wasn't initially weather that had the previous ships "trapped" in Montreal. If I recall, didn't they do something dumb ?