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Old 11-03-2012   #9
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Re: Rock Hall gouge?

Might I suggest you keep a couple of 6 ft fenderboards in your lazzarette. They stow out of the way next to you fenders. I made mine in 1/2 hour out of 3X6 and they are great to deploy in a situation like that. They gey placed over your fenders between them and the dock or piling, We use them a lot when we travel to NE and the LI Sound Where the tide changes 6-9 ft and you are in a slip with a pole admiships or on a seawall or bulhead tie up.

Easy to deploy and keeps you vessel safe and sound. Used them this week in my slip with Sandy

Dave
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