The Island Packet Mail Server is run by Bruce Gregory and is a fantastic tool for connecting and communicating with the Island Packet Owners using your email tools. Please use this link below to join the IP Mail server. The yearly fee is $20 and Bruce will send you information about payment after you sign up.
If you would like to support IPYOA and IPphotos, please use this donate button below to contribute. Your donation helps to pay for: domain names, multiple web servers, SQL database server, yearly software subscriptions, security patches and paid programming support. Currently, we are working with a new programmer to finally integrate the 11,500 photos from IPphotos.com into IPYOA. We will be building the same photo categories and same structure as IPphotos. Once imported and completed, we will have nearly 20,000 IPY owner photos in this web site! NOTE#1: The IPY factory does not pay us for these services. NOTE #2, Whiteaker Yacht Sales donates yearly to support our efforts and we really appreciate that!
We, Hayden and Radeen, provide the constant yearly financial support, design and management for these projects simply as Island Packet Owners since 1991. We provide this service simply out of the JOY of IP ownership.
Thank you for your support. We really appreciate this.
Hayden and Radeen
Ordering a new Buck Algonquin Packing Box. Can anyone tell me whether the hose is 2" or 2 1/4" ?
1994 IP32 needs 120v meter and 12v ammeter. Can anyone source replacements for me? Blue Sea and other common sources either don't fit the panel or...1994 IP32 needs 120v meter and 12v ammeter. Can anyone source replacements for me? Blue Sea and other common sources either don't fit the panel or match the instrument to be replaced. Thanks Show more
I have the IP-31, 1985 model and need to replace the anchor light but like others don't want to make two trips up the mast, does anyone know which light is up there on this vessel and what bulb, hope to replace all my lights, cabin and running as well as anchor with LEDFS, need exact model of manufacture; and bulb number of original. thanks for any help, Bill Sloan S/V Resolute 1985 IP-31
I agree, integration is the goal. Job #1, integrate IPphotos, 11,500 photos into the 5,500+ photos here saving that archive from those that tried to delete it.
I recommend that you post these links for ALL our IP sites and help every one promote our IP groups.
Post these links and share them please on the other site as well, then every one knows all our sites.
The Island Packet Factory Site
The Island Packet Yacht Owners Association:
The Island Packet Yacht Owners Facebook Group
The Island Packet Photos site (soon to be deleted Dec 10, 2015 and moved here)
The Island Packet Homeport Site
Please see if you can share these links on your forum as well. I dare you!
As you know from earlier dialogue, I am all for the integration you describe. My concern has been for the fragmentation of the IP community due to the proliferation of competing options. For example, the Facebook community is new, and has brought new "faces" to the conversations, but those who are loyal to the earlier communities will never meet this part of the fleet. I'm all for outreach, but it would be nice if we could find a way to integrate the entire community of IP loyalists.
I too use the site primarily in mobile mode. Love it! Knowing what posts are new is important to me, and I don't think I have always seen the "new" in green. Very helpful. Thanks for what you've done!
Chess & Karen,
Great progress and a really great detailed report.
Your description of the project will make it a lot easier for me once I start the tank removal.
My time line to start is end of October currently working through an in mast roller furling main sail jamming issue. Replacing main and changing some of the rigging.
Also updating some of the Espar hydronic heating system. Like you I do most of the work myself.
Thank you again for the tank update.