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I love the secondary application for the starboard winch handle holder.
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Alex, my son thinks these pictures were "cool" and "can't wait to meet them".
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Have you thought about making the cockpit a bit narrower by extending the cockpit benches slightly. Did that on a friend's boat by adding a 4" wide storage locker to each cockpit bench... The locker ended up being really nice for storing binoculars, charts, docklines, a couple of throwable PFDs, the heaving line, and we added a two clips for handheld flares, one red, one white in each locker lid.
HMMMM, I'll have to think about that. They'll have to come up short of the companionway so they'd not be straight all the way across. And they'll have to stop short of the wheel as it almost touches the benches now. There are portlights right where these storage boxes would mount. But it still might be doable. We're about to redo the cockpit cushions so I'll have to make a decision about this real soon!
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Depending on how ambitious you are, you could use the space to create additional stowage for the cabin where the ports are currently down below. If you have questions on how to do this PM me and we can talk about it off line.

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Depending on how ambitious you are, you could use the space to create additional stowage for the cabin where the ports are currently down below. If you have questions on how to do this PM me and we can talk about it off line.
Just ran that by the Admiral. We're thinking about it. I'll scope it out the next time I'm at the boat. We don't use the hatches much so yes we could use that space to make the lockers deeper. But the sole on one side has the two water tank fills. They might be in the way of this cabinet extension.
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Where I put the bridgedeck on my boat was over the water fill... and I just relocated it...

Here's the original cockpit layout, where you can see the black water fill cap. Where it is now, on the bridgedeck, it will never have standing water around it.



And here you can see the bridgedeck.


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Very nice G- !!! While my kids would love that, my wife would kill me since it would involve buying a new boat! Well, boat show is coming up.....

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You're obviously delusional if you think the missus is gonna approve you getting a new boat given the state of the economy at the moment.
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Hell, my business is up! So far all miy numbers look really good. Just got my largest order ever a couple of weeks ago. Hmmm, where can I find a nice J39....

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It's actually a great time to buy a sailboat. Many sellers and few buyers.
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