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I believe you can go online and fine a "how too" go thru the locks. Also, When you are down here next, stop by before hand, find a handler near the main building they have out in when the locks are going up or down, and they have a "How To" pamphlet you can get from them.

Have bumpers set up for both sides of the boat ahead of time, along with a long line for the potential to be on the side of the lock, and shorter lines on the other, in case another boat ties up to you.

With min of 2 to 3 people, it is not hard.

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If you can find the most recent issue of Pacific yachting, on page 26-30 is a "how to go thru" article on locking too. I am also recalling 48north doing one with in the last 2 yrs or so. As a friend of mine got his pic in the article with out him knowing it, while locking thru. It might be online at 48north in the back article area.

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