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Re: Winter renovations

I would recommend putting you remote controls in the lazerette so that they
do not snag the lines when you are sailing. I also recommend a loop of line
on the padlock hasp to loop over the winch when you are using the controls.
The hatch falling on your wrist hurts a bunch.
Gene Adams
----- Original Message -----
From: "Char" <>
To: "San Juan 23 List" <sanjuan23@PEAK.ORG>
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 6:21 AM
Subject: Winter renovations

> Hello all, hope everyone had a good summer.
> My boat is also home for the winter, and now that I have sailed her for a
> season, I have a better idea of what I want to do to her to get her ready
> for next year. A couple of questions:
> 1. How can I find out if the original hull color was an orangish/red?  She
> has been painted a couple of time, a lighter blue and a navy blue but
> is this orange showing through in a couple of places.
> 2. Recommendations on bottom paint?
> 3. Has anyone split their cabin cushions so you are not fighting with one
> long cushion when you are trying to get into the storage area?
> 4. New outboard, but I want the controls to run up into the cockpit.
> else done this, recommendations?
> 5. Deck has a lot of small cracks, should I just sand it down a bit and
> paint?
> Let the winter discussions begin.
> Tip for the ladies, have an extention cord put on the pull cord for the
> motor, makes it a lot easier to get some leverage behind starting the
> Char Montz
> S/V No Whine just Roses
> Topsham, Maine
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