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no i see the boat just about every day but still being my first sailboat it worries me bin waiting a long time for this boat. also wds i got bottom paint on and theres no were i could put it on land with out droping the mast
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smallboatloverithinkyoumightneedtotakeacoupleofsai linglessonsorfindsomeonelocalwhocanhelpyouforyouro wnsafety.addingbatteriesetctorunpumpstokeepyourboa tdryisgoingtocreatearubegoldbergsituationofunneces sarycomplexityforasimpleproblem.justcheckyourboatr egularlyandpumpoutwithahandpump.it'seasy.don'tover thinkthings.justgetoutandsail.
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Yeah, have to agree with what puddinlegs said except with spaces between the words.
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years ago i had a portable bilge pump w/ dry cell 12v battery. if u can't find one its not difficult juryrigging one. u do not need a car size battery.
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i wen to the boat today after two days of rain. and i found that there wasn't that much water in the boat. i just got a little hand held pump and started pumping the water out not bad at all.
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Good to hear - as long as you visit the boat once a week, that is pretty much the drill.

is the mooring protected from the wind or exposed ?
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