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Last year I spent 6 hours one day and 4 hours the next day up on the mast installing mast steps.

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Finally remembered to take my camera up with me yesterday. These are from the top (65') of the Navy 44's at the Naval Academy.







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That's just amazing folks!! Beautiful pics, nice views of marinas and your boats. Quite a vantage point up the stick.

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