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Blue Merle Photo Gallery

Blue Merle was owned by John Gedaminski (John traded up to a J/32)

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Autohelm ST-50 Knotmeter

Accuracy in hundredths of knot good for checking sail trim

Battery location

Group 29 batteries mounted below each settee in battery boxes held in custom made wood brackets.

Battery switch

View of the battery switch and the West Marine battery combiner located under sink. The black wire is for the solar panel to plug into.

Sea hood deck port

The deck port for the lifting strap was converted to a vent with a Nicro 4" 24 hour day/night vent.

Main cabin light

Fluorescent overhead (one red bulb, one white). Wiring is from the V-Berth.

Vent in hatch

Nicro 4" 24 hour day/night vent added to hatch. Also seen is an edge of the solar panel.

Deck hardware

See other scans for spec's on jib sheet blocks.

Blue Merle under main and jib

Stove in port countertop

The ORIGO 2000 non-pressurized alcohol stove.

Ritchie HF 72 Compass

4" lighted compasses placed in cockpit coamings.

Blue Merle under spinnaker

V berth lights

Spot halogens located on port and starboard in the V-Berth. Tough to see but wiring is in surface conduit obtained at an electrical supply.

Electrical panels

Dual 6-gang switch panels mounted on sink wall. Voltage meter added and power port placed where original push-pull switch was located.

Top of Mast

Metz VHF antenna, anchor light and arm of the lighted Windex



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