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I was hesitant at first but these young men in their twenties apparently have had very good teachers, they did an excellent job!
 

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Why it is sometimes difficult to sleep on the boat
 

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Pretty good parking job too
 

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Why it is sometimes difficult to sleep on the boat
I had a slip in a marina that rocked like that occasionally. I tried to convince myself it was part of the game, but it was lousy to be aboard like that. When a much better protected slip came up, I moved immediately.

Glad to see you are up on the hard for the winter. I'm still not out of the water. Late this year.
 

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I bought the boat in early August it was splashed and had fairly new bottom paint so it looks pretty good, they power washed it the other day of course as part of winter storage.

off season projects not a whole lot actually even if I did have a lot of them I don't have the money but I may just correct some of the engine plumbing make it more accessible, access to the fuel tank is a must-have in my case I just can't help it it's the way I'm built being around fossil fuels my whole life. To sea valves apparently have all been changed from The originals because they are all ball valves, I probably should look around for an original transponder for the data Marine gauge.
I have to look at the sale inventory also I think it has a Genniker and Spinnaker,
 
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