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Subject: Drying out

Brad Croshaw
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Date Posted: 7/02/06 23:44:36


I'm intending to dry Much Ado out against the piles at Itchenor next week for a quick scrub and inspection etc. She's a T500, 1973 vintage, with a lead keel which has a flat bottom section not the C&C shark fin shape.

Has anyone done this and if so did the boat settle down at the bow, stern or level?

Obviously i'll move most things central in the cabin and put some weight on the side deck to give her some lean into the piles but I'm not sure of the balance.

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Re: Drying outNeil 8/02/06 9:30:40
Re: Drying outGraham H 9/02/06 2:03:27

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