Namhara - Vicem 67 Flybridge

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Our good friends Peter and Rosie who run Namhara the Vicem 67 Flybridge out of Camden for her owners were back in Thomaston before they too will be heading for warm southern waters. Our carpenters had interior and exterior projects ranging from tweaking the galley’s corner cupboard, the cockpit locker, inspecting all locker drains, sealing them with epoxy and adding a new drain to the front of the long forward seat locker on the flybridge. In the pilothouse, we removed the window caulking in the saloon windows, painted and re-caulked. Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly. Generators and air conditioning systems were also serviced. Anodes in the hydraulic heater exchangers and the rams on the hydraulic system for the swim/tender platform were all replaced.  

LOA: 74'
LWL: 65
Beam: 18'5
Draft: 5'5"
Displacement: 88000lbs
Bridge Clearance: 28'
Fuel Capacity: 1200 gls
Water Capacity: 400 gls
Builder: Vicem Shipyard Turkey
Model: 67 Flybridge
Construction: cold molded mahogany
Configuration: Flybridge
Boat Engine: Twin
Horsepower: 2, 1100 hp Man
Cruising Speed: 20 kts
Top Speed: 26 kts
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  • 10/16/2013   
    Vicem 67 Namhara in Building 11 at Lyman-Morse. Our carpenters had interior and exterior projects ranging from tweaking the galley’s corner cupboard, the cockpit locker, inspecting all locker drains, sealing them with epoxy and adding a new drain to the front of the long forward seat locker on the flybridge.
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    In the pilothouse, we removed the window caulking in the saloon windows, painted and re-caulked.
  • 10/16/2013   
    Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly.
  • 10/16/2013   
    Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly.
  • 10/16/2013   
    Generators and air conditioning systems were also serviced. Anodes in the hydraulic heater exchangers and the rams on the hydraulic system for the swim/tender platform were all replaced.
  • 07/09/2014   
    Summer 2014

Vicem 67 Namhara in Building 11 at Lyman-Morse. Our carpenters had interior and exterior projects ranging from tweaking the galley’s corner cupboard, the cockpit locker, inspecting all locker drains, sealing them with epoxy and adding a new drain to the front of the long forward seat locker on the flybridge.

In the pilothouse, we removed the window caulking in the saloon windows, painted and re-caulked.

Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly.

Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly.

Generators and air conditioning systems were also serviced. Anodes in the hydraulic heater exchangers and the rams on the hydraulic system for the swim/tender platform were all replaced.

Summer 2014

September 2013

Our good friends Peter and Rosie who run Namhara the Vicem 67 Flybridge out of Camden for her owners were back in Thomaston before they too will be heading for warm southern waters. Our carpenters had interior and exterior projects ranging from tweaking the galley’s corner cupboard, the cockpit locker, inspecting all locker drains, sealing them with epoxy and adding a new drain to the front of the long forward seat locker on the flybridge. In the pilothouse, we removed the window caulking in the saloon windows, painted and re-caulked. Mechanical work included replacing the defective rams on the trim tabs, and making sure water-making systems, safety and grey water systems were all functioning perfectly. Generators and air conditioning systems were also serviced. Anodes in the hydraulic heater exchangers and the rams on the hydraulic system for the swim/tender platform were all replaced.  

 

These guys will head down the St. George River in late October with a course plotted for Newport where she will be floated onto Dockwise Yacht Transport to St. Thomas. From there they will head to Antigua. We wish them a happy season and look forward to seeing them next summer.

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