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Re: Launching




Jack
Launching is not rocket science. The first launch will probably take about forty five minutes, after that you should be able to do it in about a half hour. Two people make it much easier, but it can be done alone. The boat can be day sailed from the trailer, but you will use it more if you have moorage.
Gene Adams
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 12:33 PM
Subject: Launching

I am a newbie and looking at a nearby SJ23.  I am curious about "how-to'launch" on a boat ramp.  I looked at the archives.  Did I miss any threads you can direct me to?  I wonder how deep the ramp needs to be, how much trouble or ease it is to launch.  Also, what is the lauch to sail comfort ratio.  Such as, 1 launch for every 6 months, or 1 launch per week trip or 1 launch every day before cursing sets in.  In other words, I don't have a permanent slip.  I could anchor it for up to a week, I guess in a public waterway nearby and dingy over to it each day.  I just can't determine if this is really a "slip" boat or not.
 
Thanks,
 
Jack


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