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Old 09-24-2012
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Re: Hard Dinghy Storage Aboard

It's what the Ashley Book of Knots calls them, probably just what everyone else calls lashings, but there was a specific way that the turns were secured.
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Re: Hard Dinghy Storage Aboard

I am definitely interested in seeing what they look like.

We just did our inaugural weekend cruise with the new dinghy, and would like to get it out of the water on the longer runs; we were on the Chesapeake in 20-25 from the S, and it was getting yanked around pretty good. Not worried about it so much as the painter chafing or parting.
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Re: Hard Dinghy Storage Aboard

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You didn't happen to buy it out on Long Island, did you? My father sold his not long ago. Would be neat if it popped up here ...
I didn't. South Maryland.
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Re: Hard Dinghy Storage Aboard

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I am definitely interested in seeing what they look like.
Sorry for the delay, been fighting battery issues on the boat.

First shot from the bow, shows all three mounting blocks:




From starboard, closeup of the bow block:




From starboard next to mast pulpit, this the the right rear block:



I plan to remove these at some point and you could have them but they are way down the list of things to do.
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Re: Hard Dinghy Storage Aboard

Boy, I like the look of those. I was avoiding going through the deck, but the naval architect in me is starting to get some big ideas.

I can have some threaded deck sockets (baxter bolts) installed such that when I want the chocks there I can screw them in, and when not, just screw the flush deck plugs into the sockets.
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