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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

We have neglected the teak on Mandolin too long so our big project is the teak! We use Sikkens and then topcoat of Cetol clear gloss to make it shine.

My wife plans on making cockpit cushions as well.

I need to clean and repolish the hull as well. Hope to do a short haul this spring.

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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

... I forgot that I just replaced the two lower lifelines with 2 of the SunCor Stainless kits.

Here is a pic of the 3 new injectors, and air filter, installed.
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

Sanding and refinishing the wood on the interior. Will show before and after photos when we are done. Also making three bags to store our winter canvas cover, that are clearly marked "section A/B/C" to make putting it on go more smoothly!
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

I'm waiting for spring so that I can rebed the hull/deck joint on the port side of my boat. I did the starboard side in early fall and it eliminated the last couple of leaks that I had on that side of the boat and gave me a chance to refinish the toerails.

My only winter project is a quick haul to change my prop from a fixed one to a feathering one.

We don't haul out here (Seattle) and I still sail an average of once per week.
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Sanding and refinishing the wood on the interior. Will show before and after photos when we are done. Also making three bags to store our winter canvas cover, that are clearly marked "section A/B/C" to make putting it on go more smoothly!
I'd like to see the finished product.
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I've got to re-seal my chainplates and then decide whether to redo the cabin decor in baroque

or rococo style
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

The thing about winter maintenance season is that on the calendar it looks to be 5 months long. But it really is only about 1 month when you figure in the weather and that makes for a busy time.
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

Willy,

You crack me up. I've always enjoyed your posts about your extended cruises around the Bay. We need to meet up for a drink this winter, somehow.

Here's a sample of my Cetol wood work project.
Crappy cell phone pic, in crappy, fluorescent lighting. When viewed in daylight, or incandescent lighting, I think it looks pretty good.

http://i40.tinypic.com/2d0v4j.jpg

Edit: I embedded the photo but it was huge. I think this link is friendlier.
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

Bubblehead,

I'd be glad to meet you sometime.

I was only half-kidding about the rococo thing; my daughter and I were at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore last week and it was inspiring. At the very least I've sworn to finally finish replacing/covering up the damaged teak veneer on my bulkheads and covering the cushions with something that's not ghastly bright blue sunbrella.
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Re: 2013/2014 Maintenance Season

Progress is slow: Drop boards



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