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Re: Large cockpit lazarette - how important?

Sorry Faster, got your reply and Crusingdad's mixed up.

Cruisingdad . . . your KISS idea is worth considering . . . I think I'll try that first.
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Sorry Faster, got your reply and Crusingdad's mixed up.

Cruisingdad . . . your KISS idea is worth considering . . . I think I'll try that first.
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Re: Large cockpit lazarette - how important?

I have a rail along the back of each Lazz that we use to secure docklines. Its organized and keeps them accessible. Some things that go deep into the lazz have a lanyard attached that is also wrapped on this rail, so they can be fished out more easily.
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