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Old 08-04-2013
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Re: Sailboat lift

I use mooring whips on my Helms 25. They work great for me. They are the stationary type, so I tie the stern whip bent into the dock so my rigging doesn't hit during docking.
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Re: Sailboat lift

You're right - a new lift costs close to what the boat is worth. However, not worrying about your boat crashing into the dock when a 35' SeaRay comes too close to your dock is worth something too. I'm still not sure what to do.
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