Merry Fisher 10 Designed for maximum pleasure on the water, the Merry Fisher 10 combines space, safety, and much more. Sacha Baron Cohen and wife Isla Fisher enjoy a boat ride with their two daughters, Olive and Elula, on Thursday (October 13) in Sydney, Australia. A splendid example of its breed, this boat has been competely treated for any osmosis and the hull finish is immaculate. A sturdy boat which will withstand anything you ask it to do. Register with Boatshed to see 41 extra photos of this Fisher 34 .View this boat quickly because it won't be available for long! A classic Fisher 34 motor sailor in lovely condition, ready to move into or sail away.
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Isla Fisher holds onto her adorable daughter Elula as they leave a children’s gym on Monday (December 12) in West Hollywood, Calif. The 35-year-old actress dressed her little one appropriately for the nasty west coast weather – how cute does Elula look in that knit hat? Isla was recently in Australia filming The Great Gatsby, which also stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, and Tobey Maguire. Isla Fisher carries her cutie pie daughter Elula on Tuesday (November 29) as they pick up coffee and milk in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old actress, who’s back in town after filming The Great Gatsby in Australia with Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, and Tobey Maguire, was also spotted out on Wednesday with her 4-year-old daughter Olive. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
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Got the grinder out and removed the anchor mate (factory installed with rivets) and the transom knee brace.
So the weather has taken a turn for the worse around here and since I'm limited to working on my boat outdoors, it's limited the amount I could do.
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Electronics: plotter, radar, autopilot, cockpit speakers, vhf, radio, cd player, compass, gps, log speedometer, depthsounder.
A fold away table converts this into a useful sun lounge when not out on the water. The saloon is spacious and cosy, with ample seating for 6 and a fold away table. For a better browsing experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings and then refresh this page.
Look out for Isla and the rest of the all star cast when the film hits theatres during the 2012 holiday season.
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It's boring so you might want to skip it and just jump to the pics.I hadn't really planned this but now I've got it so here we go. If you've done a mod that included a front deck around 4 feet front to back let me know about how much aluminum you used. It took me the best part of the afternoon to locate a source for my aluminum but I finally found it. Wire brushed the transom real well and discovered a lot of pitting (some bad enough to put pin holes in the transom). Please confirm listing details including price and specifications directly with the seller.
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. I was thinking I could pull out all the bolts (I'm replacing them with stainless anyways), and plug all the old holes.
Yours looks identical to mine except mine has some of that textured aluminum like your side panels over the inside of the transom.
Yours looks identical to mine except mine has some of that textured aluminum like your side panels over the inside of the transom.I did not remove mine.
He took one look at the transom and said it would take him 2 days worth of welding to close up all the holes.
Then put a piece of 1" cypress between the wrap and the top of the transom and bolt it all back together.
It was a real challenge to remove all of those steel sheet metal screws with the ?" heads.
I plan to clean the inside tomorrow and see about raising the transom an 1 inch.Since I'm restricted to working outside in the elements, this is going to be a drawn out process.
These braces were put on with small sheet metal screw but some had vibrated out and others had the head about rusted off so they were tough to get out. It's not the prettiest repair job ever done but I think it's stronger now than the day it rolled out of the factory and should last a lot longer than the original. Neither of which was working and the outboard was mostly in pieces in the back of the boat. I've been looking through the build threads for an idea on how to fab a lid for this compartment since whatever was there originally is gone.
And I'm definitely not going to complain since I handed him a 30 pack of bud light and drove away with my boat. I decided to tackle the trolling motor first, figuring the outboard was probably a basket case.
Doesn't sound like a lot of work but getting that heavy duty wrap they had on the transom off took some time. After some initial testing, I found that there was no power getting through the foot control.
They had about a dozen rusted up bolts going through it and the thing was glued to the transom skin with silicone. After getting it home and doing a quick leak test to make sure it was water tight, I decided to work on cleaning the exterior.I did some quick experimenting with alumabrite to water mix ratios, then started to work. The bream fishing has me running under a lot of low hanging limbs, so I've talked myself out of raised decks and higher seats.
It turned out that the humid overcast day worked in my favor and I didn't have to worry about the alumabrite drying on me.

I've been trying to find factory parts in order to do this properly but haven't had any luck so far. That was the end of any half decent weather for being outside working for any length of time so I turned my attention to my motor. The mount for the trolling motor had the top ripped off, and they had stacked some 2x's in between the aluminum side plates and run wood screws through everything. The more I think about it, I'm tempted to just pull the remote stuff out and put it back as a tiller control motor. After degrease and steam cleaning on all the parts, I feathered all of the chipped paint areas on the exterior, water sanded and got the primer on. Now I'm just waiting on the humidity level to drop and the temps to rise so I can get the motor painted and start the assembly. I'm also trying to figure out a good way to eliminate those wide seat bases and go to the same style that all you bass fishermen are using but I haven't figured out how I would mount the base plate securely. I've picked up all the wood for my front deck, transom, and the 2x4 for building new trailer bunks. I tried to find a factory service manual but couldn't located one so I grabbed a Seloc manual from Ebay.
Well that's all for now, I'm going to prowl around the other build threads looking for ideas on how to accomplish some of this stuff. The previous owner, in his haste to convert it, cut the tiller mount bracket off with a hack saw. I was surprised to find they looked pretty good inside, but I cleaned a little on them any ways and reinstalled them. It was working so I lubed the bendix and reinstalled it, only to find out the solenoid was bad.
The insulation on the internal wiring harness was cracking pretty bad and new ones are $175 +, so I rebuilt that. After figuring out how to reassemble and adjust all of the remote throttle linkage, I decided it was time to throw some new plugs in it and see where I was.
It fired up after several attempts, and after some adjusting here and there, I've got it starting on 2nd pull with a cold motor.
I go back out to my buddy's house and tell him I'm keeping it and ask him how much he wants. As it turns out, he's been eyeballing a deer rifle of mine, and that it would be a good trade.
Now I'm anxious to get it in the water to see how the motor preforms, but more importantly, see what sort of shape the boat is in as far as leaks or any other problems. During my testing I decide to go WOT at the start and discover I mostly likely have a spun hub.
Put new tires on it and relocated the winch farther forward and have a few other things to do to finish the trailer.Here is the overall view as it sits right now.

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