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    Updated 9/29/20 - Upgrades have been pushed until 10/7/20

    Over the last two years, there have been updates to the environment that have introduced challenges in usability, performance, and security. Efforts to improve the technology, user interface and site performance have revealed weaknesses in the platform and outdated software our site uses. This has made it increasingly difficult and frustrating to support and upgrade to more modern reliable standards that users deserve. This is not the experience we want for the members of this community.

    Members want a fast site that performs well across all devices, to be able to find relevant and interesting content, and easily share through text, images, video, and messaging on a secure platform. Our goal is to provide this user experience to all members. We will be updating to a new platform to better meet the needs of this community and allow us to provide support more efficiently. Our focus is to create a sustainable platform that performs well and loads faster on all devices while offering seamless ways to search and connect. Technology is constantly innovating - by creating an environment that we control we can maintain the site with more frequent improvements and maintenance updates.

    Although change can be difficult, we are here to support you through the process. We make every effort to review existing settings and make the changes needed so the migration goes smoothly. If you notice something doesn’t seem correct once the site goes live, don’t panic! We’ll have a dedicated person monitoring as the site goes live to answer any questions and provide support through this change.

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I just got an ensenada 20!!😁Anyone know anything about these?

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  • I just got an ensenada 20!!😁Anyone know anything about these?

    Soooooo I sold my powerboat because if i afford the fuel whats the point of even having it . I diddnt want a project but I sure as heck got one . This is my first sailboat of any kind. Here come some pictures.
    Better photos to follow I need to reduce the size of the files but here are a few to start

  • #2
    wait until you price sails.
    Cheesehead boating the Gulf Coast of FLA 27.51° N, 82.53° W

    1988 Cruisers Rogue 2420 -VP 290 DP now powered by custom 468 - https://forums.iboats.com/forum/owner...988-rogue-2420

    Past Boats
    1970 Wooster Hellion - Merc 9.8
    2002 SeaRay 190BR - 5.0 - A1G2 - "Cheeseheads in Paradise"
    1984 Avanti 170DLI -3.0 stringer- "Ship Happens"

    What’s behind you doesn’t matter.Enzo Ferrari


    • #3
      By most accounts they're good boats. Not quite a cruising boat, but better than a daysailer. You can see some about 'em HERE. Once you dig into the guts of that one and see what kinda' shape it's truly in, you can get a vibe on what kinda' boat it'll wind up being for you.


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        I have seem them on the water and a few folks on sailing forums that I used to frequent had them. Not the prettiest boat in the world, but they are OK.

        The biggest concern with these older boats is to make sure you have a complete boat. (kind of late for that now, if you don't)

        Anyway, go through everything, make sure it is all there, etc.

        If you need a new sail, see Scott's comment.

        I've got a Mariner 19 that I took apart in hopes of re-building . . . still a work in progress.
        Best regards, Ted . . . . Cape Cod, MA

        Current Boats: Formula 330 SS O'Day Mariner Sail #3224, Sunfish, Boston Whaler 13
        Past Boats: Catalina 22 Sail #10531, Formula 242 SS
        Twin Mercruiser 7.4 LX MPI (0F802036, 039), Bravo 3's (0F806198, 199), Mercury 7.5 HP (1969), Johnson 4.5 HP (1980), Evinrude 25 HP (1992), Yamaha 3 (1990)

        My Boating Web Pages: http://www.tpenfield.com