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Fall boat haul out - East coast of Canada


For those of you down south - this is how we do it at our club. Mystery is now on the hard until next May. It was a long day. Some drizzle, but the sun came out for the last boat - ours! Sweet!

We hire a crane and use cradles for our boats. Eight more pictures here:

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For those others of you who haul out - be careful and be safe!

Rik and Linda

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We haul out on October 23rd. We are living aboard our boat until that time. I think we will be one of the very last boats in the water at our marina too.


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We will be hauling our boat out on Oct. 21. This was our first season owning our Hunter 30. We loved every minute, however the weather certainly didn't cooperate this summer/fall, so we didn't get to sail as much as we had been hoping for.

We are going to the boat today to start clearing off clothes and stuff. We had hoped for one last sail to see the colours but it is going to rain/wet snow again. At least we have an "ark" if it never stops raining.
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