a general view!
you can see the 4 lines from mast to 4 anchors in mud with chains...pilings are galvanized and all you have to do is get the correct 2-3 degree tilt and winch the boat fast to the pilings
tomorrow bottom paint...today was grinding the hull keel joint, 5200 fast cyre in places and some glass patchwork in some areas...to help
simple but you need to work fast cause of the tides...well see what happens tomorrow!
youd be surprised what these and many boats can handle must get the angles right and not move the boat after its still
funliily enough I was on another thread where there was a boat left in a similar situation but it was a pure fin keel and small...and it was at an angle stuck in mud and not made fast to anything like when careening...that would be bad for a prolonged period for sure
btw the keel is on sand bags,,,which is much softer and kind of wraps around the keel base
on my plexiglas I used the same thing motorcyclists use on wind screens. Made a great improvement. Comes in 3 levels of grit. I used #2 and #1, Results were more than satisfactory on 1966 plexiglass but kinda wish I had been able to get #3 the heaviest grit. It is a liquid like a rubbing compound but specially formulated for plexiglass. I think it is called Novus.