- Jul 31, 2010
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Ouch!! Accidents in the yard always worry me - boats on jacks/stands are like dominos. I hope the yard can get you fixed and back in the water.Sorry! This past summer I bought an H380 in North Charleston. It was on the hard at a boat yard. It was surveyed ( in water). Needed some work ( I was doing all new electronics, davits/solar and etc). 2 weeks before launching the yard was moving another large racing sailboat into the space beside me. It fell over on my boat, both boats were de-masted, all standing and running rigging lost along with rub rails, graphics and fiberglass damage on sides and deck. The boat 7 months later still not repaired, about $60K in damage so far, before indirect cost. I was insured and the boat yard is insured.
Oh and then Mathew came thru.. which my boat survived. So I know you are heart broken.... Best of luck, maybe some day I will actually sail the boat.
Yep, shaft run-out checked, straight as an arrow. The shaft is relatively new, I had to replace it back in 2007 when I first installed the PSS shaft seal. The old packing had cut a groove in the old shaft and was not reusable.I am sure you did but I have to ask, you did check the run-out of the shaft right?