In this issue...
  • Life Line Systems?
  • Brokerage Boat of the Month
  • Hunter 36 "Bodacious" - Our Sailing School Adventure
  • Osmotic Blister Repair
  • Hunters Are Here!!!
  • Torresen.com New Site Design

  • Sailing Newsletter November 2007


    Welcome to the Torresen Marine e-Newsletter. Each month we will publish seasonally relevant and practical information for sailors. This issue we will feature articles on work that can be done during winter layup. We hope to provide something for everyone from the casual dinghy sailor to the serious offshore racer.

    As always, we look forward to your comments and suggestions. We are also interested in what topics you would like to see. Email the Torresen Sailing Newsletter to let us know what you think.

    Life Line Systems?
    by John Schumacher

    As in any system, it's weakest link becomes the benchmark for that systems reliability. For purposes of discussion, we will break the life line system into three distinct areas; deck structure, stanchions and pulpits, and the life

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    Brokerage Boat of the Month
    1998 Hunter 37

    This documented vessel is very spacious with lots of room in and out for your comfort. The Hunter 376 was voted "Best Value" boat of the year in 1997. she has been upgraded with a Lazy Jack System, heat and air conditioning. Be sure to check out the stern rail seats, the walk-through transom and the hot/cold cockpit shower!

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    Hunter 36 "Bodacious" - Our Sailing School Adventure
    By Larry Pruitt

    Sailing out of Channel Islands Harbor under warm, sunny Southern California skies, I, along with my wife Karla, looked forward to several days of sailing with Captain Dan and to completing our ASA-104 Bare Boat Chartering certification. As SailTime fractional boat members we are nearing the end of our first year

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    Osmotic Blister Repair
    by Brian Torresen

    It's been almost 50 years since the boating industry was introduced to a revolutionary new product. This product has become the staple boat construction material of recent times. Here was a product that, unlike wood - was not affected by rot and decay, unlike steel - did not rust and unlike aluminum - could not be devoured by electrolysis. That product was called fiberglass

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    Hunters Are Here!!!

    No, I do not mean the guys in the bright orange clothing! We now have Hunter sailboats in our new boat showroom. Come in and view them year round in our heated facility.

    Novice sailors and veterans alike appreciate a boat that is easy to sail, packed with extra value and offers plenty of performance. The exciting Hunter sailboats deliver all that and much more, resulting in exceptional weekend cruisers with all the comforts of home.

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    Torresen.com New Site Design
    Tell Us What You Think - Win Free Torresen Gear

    We are in the process of implementing a new design for all parts of Torresen.com. The process will take a couple of months to complete, but you can start to see some of the changes on the Torresen.com home page.

    Your input is important to the process and we want to know what you think. Please take a look at www.torresen.com. Then complete our short four question survey and you will be entered to win your choice of a Torresen Marine hat or shirt.

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