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Subject: Re: Winter Maintanance


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Ian
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Date Posted: 00:05:57 17/12/2006 Sun
In reply to: James 's message, "Re: Winter Maintanance" on 21:36:17 16/12/2006 Sat

Thanks for tip about MER wax. I have not seen it before. Is it available from car factors?

Sorry to here about your incident. I guess these things usual come about for more than one reason. Hopefully it's covered by insurance. At least the whole boat was not under.

We had 40 knots of wind the other weekend, but at least Sea Holly has a ton or more of cast iron to keep her upright. Even then, scary enough for us. I dont envy you the F9.

Ian

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