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Old 04-18-2007
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Dingy issue/solution

Originally Posted by DavisGuthrie
Hi there! the dinghy issue/solutions. Lugging up a dinghy each evening is not high on our list; and creating a davits system on the stern is worrisome.... Davis
You might explain what your dingy issue is...we have a 12' RIB we tie of the stern, and tow behind when coastal crusing, works fine. If sailing offshore, you can put a hard dingy upside down on the foredeck, go with a smaller inflatable that you pack away, or hang whatever you want off davits - just a set of tradeoffs as to you preferences and need. One of these not a fit for yours?
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Davits for LH38

Hi I have a LH38 as well. No Davits. I either deflate the dinghy or stow it on the foredeck when sailing any distance. I won't put davits because i don't want to ruin the beauty of the boat. Im sure that if you intall the davits correctly you won't have any issues. The boat is solid as a rock and if they are putting davits on beneteau's and Hunters I'm sure you wouldn't have a problem. What Hull # do you have?? If you recently purchased it, it's probably one that I looked at before purchasing mine.
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