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Hi all! Just aquired a 36 Morgan O/I for a song and a dance. She needs a lot of work but its mostly fun stuff. I`m living on board at a ship yard in New Orleans. I joined this board because I figured I will have questions about some projects and after lurking for a while I think this should be a pretty good place to gather info. Not to mention its just entertaining.
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Welcome to Sailnet.

What work need to be done on your boat?

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Welcome,not too fond of living on the hard.
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Glad your aboard offically...Morgan's are great boats..looking forward to seeing some pics of her ...before/afters...etc
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If you're having a good time in the yard, and working on the boat. You will be estatic when she is splashed.Maybe even delerious? ........i2f

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If you're having a good time in the yard, and working on the boat. You will be estatic when she is splashed.Maybe even delerious? ........i2f
HAHAHAHA! I guess I`m easily entertained.
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thanks for the coments! I`ll post some pics soon.
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Welcome,not too fond of living on the hard.
Thanks! I`m looking forward to getting on the water, but I`ll be happier knowing I got the things done that need doing while on land.
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Welcome to Sailnet.

What work need to be done on your boat?
Everything!! Just years of neglect, eveything is there its just in need of attention. Right now I`m doing the bottom. I also plan on painting the sides and doing alot of cleaning. The motor is coming out for a rebuild in the next couple weeks and after that I`ll put her back in the water.
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well, I tried to upload pics but they are adobe and will not load.
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