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Southerly | Friday, November 14, 2014

Since the project list for this boat focused mainly on some interior work, along with various smaller maintenance tasks, I saw no reason--nor desire nor capability--to remove the mast, which was stored on deck.  However, this complicated moving her into the shop, since the mast, particularly with the stiff headstay foil, was longer than the shop itself.  To accommodate the spar, I had to angle the boat fairly substantially in the bay, which allowed just enough clearance for the spar when I pulled the headfoil off to one side and into the very corner of the room. 

As it was, the butt end of the mast was against the rear wall, and I had to remove the VHF antenna and even the anchor light lens and bulb in order to clear the shop door.   But this configuration would pose no problems for the current work list.



Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  1.5

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