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Re: Ready To Go Back In?

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Originally Posted by TakeFive View Post
These are stored on Facebook, so not sure they'll show up here unless you're logged into your account:

First pic is before painting, with the sanded bottom and masked boot stripe:



The second pic is after applying new bottom paint. Also note that I raised the mast:

Looks good Rick

I didnt realize you dont have gunnels and that you lifelines are essentially on the coachroof. Your jackline (s) when you put them in if you follow the lifelines actually will almost be centerline to the boat like I was taught.

Most sailboats stachions and lifelines arent configured like yours. I understand your set up now.

Dave
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