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Re: Pictures of My Boat in Cuba!

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Originally Posted by jppp View Post
Is the mast leaning to port? Look at the photo labeled Gasparilla.
I noticed that too. The boat always had a lean to port, but that looks pretty extreme. I haven't spoken to the new owner to ask, but it may be the camera angle. The standing rigging is brand new, so there's a chance they were playing with the rig tension.

sevseasail, good catch on the Colombia thing. I can't believe I had never taken time to notice the difference.

Captainmeme, The teak was a few coats of Cetol Light with a coat of gloss. A lot easier than 7 coats of varnish (easy being of critical importance given that brightwork has a life span of just under 37 mintues in Florida).


Looks like they are passing between Haiti and Cuba now.
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