Monday Projects

New pin for boom gooseneck

Installed spring in Spinnaker pole connection

 

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Return from St Andrews – by Ed Coleman

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor.    Mark Twain

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A couple more projects

Here was some wasted space that now has a good size shelf for dry goods

Storeing cans is always a challenge.   I saw this in the latest issue of good old Boat magazine

 

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Air Scoop

You might call this a red neck air conditioner, but it really helps increase the flow of air through the boat especially in light air conditions.

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Pot Jumper

This is my pot Jumper    A tight SS cable between the Keel and the rudder skeg to prevent lines from getting fouled in the prop.

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Hanging Galley Shelf

This is a real space saver/creator.   I looked at a bunch of pics on the internet and came up with this.

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Dinghy

The dinghy has been in build mode now for since 2013 when I visited Wooden Boat School and learned the fundamentals of boat building.  This is really like summer camp for older people and here is the result.

 

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