Photo by Salt Water New England

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Winter: One of the Four Best Seasons to Have Boat Repairs Done

Photos by Salt Water New England



















6 comments:

  1. Looks more like a yacht.

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    1. It does seem a bit more posh than our gaff rigged Cornish Crabber, doesn't it. Still is a labor of love, I'm sure.

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  2. My memories of winter boat care run more to sanding marine plywood, preparing a classic Moth for paint and varnish. Raw red knuckles, wood dust on snow, not enough action to stay truly warm, but my she looked smart in the spring!

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  3. Absolute perfection! Thank you so very much!

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  4. Before shrink-wrapping we washed everything down with fresh inside and out after removing things to be stored dray and safe. We'll be varnishing all sections of the cabin sole and installing a deck prism in the forward hatch this winter... indoors in our new heated shop! Along the way I got a great tip for draining all water in the bilge to keep the pumps from freezing and cracking: a turkey baster to suck up every last drop, then sponging after.

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  5. Beautiful vessel! I will have to agree with the first post (Yacht).

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