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Tytanic | Monday, April 7, 2014

Over the weekend, I applied three additional coats of varnish to the cabin sole, ending with the final satin finish.




Meanwhile, I lowered the remaining jackstand pads and painted the areas beneath with two coats of bottom paint.


It took only a few moments to install the second block required for the reefing system.

The final job on the list was to install a pair of new, longer, genoa tracks.  I'd held off on their installation for a few days to allow the new finish on the toerails plenty of cure time first.  Over the course of a few hours, I installed and cleaned up the new tracks.




After final cleanup, I prepared the boat for the road again, getting the mast on board and strapping down the boat and mast.  It was something of a landmark day at the shop, since for the first time since sometime last fall, it was warm enough to open the big door, at least partially.




Total Time Billed on This Job Today (and preceding days):  6.5

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