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  1. #351
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    Quote Originally Posted by willin woodworks View Post
    Thats very cool
    literally, we had the stove going during the sail and put it to good use when we anchored for lunch.


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    Even cooler!!

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    you can see the small white hatch that I built into the large (grey) cargo hatch cover, I'm in this photo, the top of my black watch cap just visable sticking out of the hatch as I light the stove... first thing I did, before raising the mast or sails!

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    working up some shelving and storage racks for the below decks during rough weather to keep supplies secure... also developing a series of floor board retention straps and tie downs to be certain Centennials ballast does not shift under extreme conditions...


    Also got to decide on a font to stencil on the patterns for painting her name boards,

    Udforske Havene (roughly translated from the old Danish, "Oceans to Explore")

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    Deck oiling... done. getting a coat of paint on the rails and waterways is the next job getting us closer to splashing her for the start o' the 2018 sailing season! hopefully before the end of March.


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    touching up the bottoms paint today, and testing out the new to me coffee maker, just fits on the stoves griddle top!



    essential equipment for a sail and oar vessel at sea!

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    She looks real cozy and like a whole lot of fun, just great!

    (I feel compelled to ask about a CO detector, they are very small and inexpensive these days, and can go up with just some double sided tape.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedL View Post
    She looks real cozy and like a whole lot of fun, just great!

    (I feel compelled to ask about a CO detector, they are very small and inexpensive these days, and can go up with just some double sided tape.)
    yup, been there done that... the only time i've had the CO detector go off the smoke in the cabin was so thick I could barely see through it!

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    banged together some floor boards to secure ballast bags in place either side of the centerboard trunk.


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