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Hylas Discussion / Re: Main circuit breaker panel labels
« Last post by jt11791 on May 15, 2024, 05:28:58 PM »
These labels are very standard.  There are dozens of places that will make them for you.  For example, try https://www.pwengraving.com/engraved-electrical-panel-labels
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Main circuit breaker panel labels
« Last post by Hobiehobie on May 09, 2024, 06:28:57 PM »
I asked Hylas directly and they sent them to me
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Main circuit breaker panel labels
« Last post by iduff on May 09, 2024, 02:58:28 PM »
Queen long marine can make new labels

Thanks!
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Main circuit breaker panel labels
« Last post by rsk763 on May 09, 2024, 02:13:52 PM »
Queen long marine can make new labels
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Hylas Discussion / Main circuit breaker panel labels
« Last post by iduff on May 09, 2024, 02:08:01 PM »
I'm helping a friend with his new (and very cool!!) Hylas 49. We're wondering where to source new factory labels for the main circuit breaker panel?

Some breakers have been repurposedand relabeled with cheesy Dymo or P-Touch labels. We'd love to find the correct lables and replace the cheesy ones.

I've attached an image of the panel of interest, in hopes someone here knows where to source correct labels.

And thanks!
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Chainplate Replacement
« Last post by Hobiehobie on May 08, 2024, 09:56:54 PM »
What symptoms do you have that make chainplate work necessary?  Or is it just age of boat and a cautious approach?  Makes me wonder if I should be worrying about this!
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Chainplate Replacement
« Last post by Windswept on May 08, 2024, 03:46:18 PM »
I have used borescope and telescopic mirrors/flashlights....not easy but doable. I do know of a 46 that had at least one chain plate repaired by cutting off tang and welding new length of tang onto old. He had to completely cut into cabinetry. I do have some pic's if I can find them on an external HD ;) PM me.
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Hylas Discussion / Chainplate Replacement
« Last post by Pfs8b on May 06, 2024, 03:11:44 AM »
I'm considering replacing the chainplates on a Hylas 46. Has anyone done that? I'm in the Chesapeake Bay area and looking for some updated information on the (major) project, including any recommendations on getting behind the cabinetry to do an inspection of the existing chainplates.
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Hylas Discussion / Hylas 49 For Sale in Norfolk VA
« Last post by Steve Ouellet on May 03, 2024, 09:43:39 PM »
Our H49-6 named Bronco is for sale.  It is a 1993 build with dark blue hull that has been meticulously maintained and is ready to sail. Bronco has 2 staterooms, a utility room, a traditional sail plan and a 75HP Yanmar with 2600 hours. You can use the following link to check out all of the details and watch a short video.  Ben and Christina will also be able to answer any of your questions.  Good luck with your search!

https://www.bayharborbrokerage.com/boats-for-sale/1993-hylas-49-norfolk-virginia-9389409/

Steve & Sonja
SV Bronco
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Hylas Discussion / Re: Hylas 49 Polar Diagram
« Last post by iduff on April 22, 2024, 05:11:31 PM »
A friend is in the final throes of purchasing a Hylas 49 in Sint Maarten, and I've volunteered to join him to deliver her back to Newport. I'd love to find a polar, to facilitate weather routing for the delivery, but have not found anything of use.

I posted this query on the Hylas web site, and received a call back from Clare Wensley from Hylas. He indicated Hylas does not have one, and upon his querying Sparkman & Stephens, discovered they did not have one either, but would, for the paltry sum of $10k, produce one. He and I chuckled, and I demurred.

We chatted further, and he indicated that the Hylas 49 is essentially a Stevens 47 with the addition of a smidge of freeboard and a sugar scoop transom, and that a polar for a Stevens 47 would be very close. Lo and behold, there's a stock Stevens 47 polar in Predict Wind.

I've exported that Stevens 47 polar, and formatted it for Expedition. It's attached to this post. Here's hoping it is indeed close.
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