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  1. Sailboat.Sequoyah

    Furler Swivel Playing Hard to Get

    While helping me prepare the boat for Dorian, a young fellow removed the furling headsail. With the best of intentions, he ran the top swivel firmly up to the forestay and tied it off nicely. Now it doesn't want to come down on its own. The halyard weighs more than the swivel, so it won't slide...
  2. Sailboat.Sequoyah

    Water Tank Access

    Morning, all. Sequoyah is a '99 H340. The potable water tank is beneath the V berth. Access to the top of it can be had through two hatches, but they offer none to the tank's stern side. There is no way I see to do it through the sole, which is solid glass beneath a thin layer of teak & holly...
  3. Sailboat.Sequoyah

    Bilge Pump Power Source

    I've searched for this question but haven't found it anywhere in specific (which may be due to the searcher rather than the archived content): Sequoyah has what I believe to be the usual battery array for a Hunter 340: Bank 1 consisting of a single high output battery is the starter, Bank 2 of...
  4. Sailboat.Sequoyah

    Sail Coatings

    Morning, hearties. Sequoyah's foresail was removed for Hurricane Florence. I have it at my house. When the weather clears, if it ever does, I intend to wash it carefully with a pressure washer, or scrub it with well diluted Dawn, so it will go back onto the headstay furler clean, fresh and with...