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Forum Information / MOVED: Water below cabin floor
« on: June 25, 2019, 03:06:22 PM »
This topic has been moved to The Hull.

http://www.winklebrig.org/smf/index.php?topic=311.0

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The Hull / Re: Water below cabin floor
« on: June 25, 2019, 09:37:32 AM »
Hello Roly,
Only just seen your question, so it's a bit late to reply!
However, in case someone else has the problem next winter, I suggest you raise the bow further, so that the water drains to the stern where the bilge pump should be able to suck it out. It's worked for me in the past.

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Miscellaneous / Dutch Winklebrig for sale
« on: June 25, 2019, 09:25:29 AM »
From Thea Kuling-Fibbe

Hi! Boat a tiny house on the water with a mooring for a small boat. Looking for a small nice boat I found this one.
https://www.yachtfocus.com/gebruikte-boten-te-koop/details/jachthaven-noordschans/146711/winkle-brig-16.html

It is the 95 I think. Any idea if the price of 6900 euro is realistic?

I don't know anything about these type of boats, only that they are very quite! Kind regards from Holland.

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Miscellaneous / WB Cockpit Seats
« on: June 05, 2019, 06:32:35 AM »
Received this email from Diana Brooks (diana.4o2@btinternet.com)

Friends, Anyone interested in bespoke PVC cockpit cushions. Smart navy with white piping. As new, originally made for much loved WB "Tarkie of Rye"?

My postcode is TN3 8HZ

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Miscellaneous / Re: WB98 For Sale by Private Auction
« on: March 25, 2019, 06:20:44 AM »
WB98 Polly-Anne has now been bought .

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Miscellaneous / WB98 For Sale by Private Auction
« on: January 18, 2019, 02:00:07 PM »
I received the following from the Administrator of the Hove Hospice - the current owner of WB98 is a resident, and is wanting to sell with the money from the sale going to the Hospice.

For photos - see the mainsite Gallery for WB98.

OPEN FOR OFFERS*

20 Foot Winkle Brig Camper Sailor.   Collection from Hove BN3 area
This boat has been out of water for over 2 years with the plan for it to be renovated.
The owner has now decided to sell as is and donate 100% of the sale to the Martlets Hospice.
Please see photos for current condition and feel free to contact us via email online@martlets.org.uk  if you need any more information.

Built approx.. 1993 by Eric Berguist in Cheshire, England.
Hull Fiberglass no damage
Tabernacle fine but some damage/rotting to bottom few inches of mast - please see photo.
Comes with:
Sails Deep Red/Burgundy
2 Ring Gas Hob
Camping Style Toilet
4 Life Jackets and 1 Dog jacket
Bag of mixed ropes
Custom made vinyl cushions
Auxiliary Outboard - Mariner 4
CQR Anchor
Chain Cable

Also includes trailer as pictured, this was in good working order when it was last used with cosmetic damage, however it has not been used in several years so we cannot guarantee all is as it should be.
We would advise this is either checked thoroughly before attempting to move or collected on a recovery truck.

Specs: Winkle Brig Camper Sailor
Built approx. 1993 by Eric Bergquist in Cheshire
Length on deck 16ft
Length overall 20ft
Waterline length 15ft
Beam - 6ft 8in
Draft: plates up 1ft 2in
Plates down 2ft 6in
Displacement 650kgs
(inc. ballast of 150kg)
Sail Areas:
High Peaked mainsail 135sq.ft
Jib 42sq. ft
Auxiliary outboard 4-6hp ss
Sail number: WB98

Owner has said boat just needs re- assembling; mast repairing and a good clean up and will be ready to sail.

100% of the funds raised from this sale are to be donated directly to The Martlets Hospice.
 
We are accepting offers until 31st January 2019 as a silent auction.
We will be in touch with the highest bidder on February 4th to complete the sale.

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The Rig / Re: Bronze pulley block
« on: January 15, 2019, 06:17:54 AM »
Just read your post on the website..No wonder I cant quite remember ..its 9 years ago!.....you could try and tap one out and see if it moves...I may have drilled thro to weaken the pin before drfting it out.  Best do it on the bench and rebed with a squirt of sikoflex sealant.  At 75 the old memory has been damaged by years of Rum drinking. Rgds Phil

On Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 11:16 PM phil shimmin wrote:

    Hi, are you referring to the sheaves on the cabin top front?  When I renewed all the nylons, I removed the bronzes, polished them up and lacquered them, before fitting the new sheaves in the workshop vice.  I cant really remember how tight the pins were.... and if I " tapped over" the pin ends a bit.  I remember thinking at the time that the whole arrangement was rather sticky for them to revolve.They had previously been a bit solid and worn down unevenly. Hope this helps..I may have a few spares. Rgds Phil.

(sent by email by error, so reposted by admin)

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Repair Yards / Forton Lake Boatyard
« on: October 05, 2018, 10:43:57 PM »
With over 10 years of sailing and maintaining our own Winklebrig, we are now pleased to be able to offer a bespoke renovation service to all Winklebrig owners to keep your pride and joy on the water

Based in Gosport, our highly skilled shipwrights offer a Douglas Fir replacement to the aluminium mast, refurbish or replace bulwarks, gratings and cabin hatches, supply mast hoops and varnish, antifoul, paint or polish your Winklebrig.  We also undertake GRP repairs using eco resins and natural fibre cloths to support the minimal environmental impact of sailing a Winklebrig. We are able to either visit you or for a complete refurbishment transport your boat to our yard.

As we are in an area with an impressive boatbuilding heritage and which is home to both high tech and traditional yacht companies, we are also able to recommend and liaise with many other specialist providers to ensure that your project is successfully completed in time and within budget.

We are always more than happy to talk Winklebrig and look forward to speaking to you about your boat.

Contact details:

Cedar Craft
Forton Lake Boatyard
50 Ferrol Road
Gosport
PO12 4UG

Mobile: 07758829674
Email: James.Kundert@woodenboatswork.co.uk

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Miscellaneous / Re: Trailer Suspension for sale
« on: September 25, 2018, 03:04:25 PM »
Hello Dave - are these still available by any chance?

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Miscellaneous / Re: A Winkle Brig for your wall!
« on: September 25, 2018, 03:02:57 PM »
Interesting! Not sure about the decorative scroll under the bowsprit though!

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Miscellaneous / Re: WB61 Martha for sale
« on: November 29, 2017, 07:38:50 PM »
Joe tells me that Martha is now sold.

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Trailers, towing & launching / Re: Raising and Lowering the Mast
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:54:03 PM »
Hi Ross - personally I wouldn't try shooting Potter Heigham bridge until you are absolutely certain you can do it! It's probably the worst bridge on the Broads.  :o

Acle bridge is probably the most straightforward - at least you can see a reasonable distance through the bridge  to see what's coming at you!  8)

Best of luck
Rick   

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Trailers, towing & launching / Re: Raising and Lowering the Mast
« on: August 11, 2017, 11:15:14 PM »
Hi Ross - I extended the forestay with some rope, lead it through a block at the end of the bowsprit and back to the cockpit. Then to raise the mast just push the middle of the mast up with one hand, pull the forestay rope with the other hand and up it goes, then cleat off when upright. Vice versa to lower. Can be done underway on a river to shoot bridges etc, and if at sea for extra security can use a bowsprit bottle screw in addition.
To avoid a rats nest of halliards etc I use quick release bungees as ties around the mast, I also use lazy jacks as I'm often single-handing.

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Sailing / Re: Wind strength and comfort
« on: April 23, 2017, 02:58:49 PM »
The only answer is whatever you feel happy with! The wind strength alone is not the only factor - wave height is more important, flat water with high wind can be marvellous, but rough water with little wind is awful!

The other thing is that the stresses on the boat and rigging is dramatically increased, so beware chafe and any weaknesses - breakages can be dramatic and expensive.

So I suggest you just start safe and gradually work up to where you feel unsure. Also try sailing with someone else in a larger boat to get experience of heavier weather.

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Miscellaneous / The Website
« on: April 03, 2017, 08:27:53 AM »
Please note that the main website (www.winklebrig.org) has been updated to allow easier access by tablet/phone etc.
All the data should be as before (except for the usual updates), and hopefully everything should be straightforward.
However, as ever, if you notice any errors, omissions or you'd like to see anything else, do please let me know.
Thanks, and good sailing for 2017

Rick
(Web Admin)

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