Pylasteki

Pylasteki is a 1961 Pearson Triton sailboat. She is one of my personal project boats... I am rebuilding her as a blue water cruiser.

Enjoy, if you have any questions or comments, drop me line: rocknrod@gmail.com

Zach

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Sea Swing Stove, and plans.

Hello Everyone.

A new update in the realm of parts hunting. Grabbed an ancient Bremer SeaSwing stove off ebay, with a 2 pint kerosene Hipolito burner.

One of the parts that I'm missing, is the bulkhead mount! Anyone out there in cyberspace have a picture of one? Hopefully in a few days the parts to complete the stove will arrive, and I'll be ready to put it all back together. Force 10 wouldn't even talk to me about parts for the gimble, so I'll need to find one used or fabricate one.

Heading down for the weekend to check on her. If the rain doesn't hold, I have hopes of of finishing up glass work and measuring the decks to figure out how many sheets of core will be required. Will also be installing the secondary manual bilge pump (Henderson Mark V) and reconfiguring the side deck drains. In a moment of "just get it done" thinking, I grabbed 1 1/8th hose, and through hulls... forgetting about the goal of using the decks as a water collector. Inch and an eighth Y valves are hard to find... but so is one inch clear hose. Grr. This is the third attempt at this job, but doing things right the "first" time sometimes means reworking until things are perfect.

5 comments:

Rob said...

What kind of 1" clear hose do you need? I can get 1" vinyl when ever you need it.

Bill said...

Hey Zach,

You probable found what the Sea Swing bulkhead fitting looks like, but here is a link to a picture on my blog.

http://knockaboutsloops.blogspot.com/

Just search for Sea Swing.

I noticed that you are also posting on the oar club forum. Thinking of going engineless?

Cheers, Bill

Anonymous said...

hi, maybe this is too late after the fact but i was looking for something similar and found a picture here:

http://www.spiritburner.com/fusion/showtopic.php?tid/10106/

I actually just bought a sea swing because I had two of what I thought were the mounts installed in my boat (one in the cabin, one in the cockpit so i can cook outside). Now I'm wondering though because there is no mechanism on the sea swing which swings in the second direction (to make it fully gimballed). i'm not sure if it's just rusted up or what.

by the way, i post on oar club sometimes too. I'm "Dan B".

Earendil said...

I have an extra sea swing bulkhead mount. What ya got to swap?

katty said...

I love the big stove specially because i like to cook all kind of recipe, how ever i prefer to have a reasonable place. Actually i saw a beautiful stove in a house that was published in costa rica homes for sale it was big and beautiful, i think i will go there because it catched my attention.