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Stowage of Paddleboard...

I've been trying to figure out a good place to stow the paddleboard.  I use this a lot as it is more convenient in many situations than assembling the dingy.  I wanted somewhere easy to put it out of the way whilst sailing without cluttering up deck space.  I was towing it for a while but the slapping of it on the water disturbed the peace.  So, we made up a bracket on the aft beam and it fits on there nicely.

Only problem is that it interferes with the fairlead I have fitted for the drogue...so, I will have to figure out somewhere else I can put it in storm conditions in the event of having to tow a drogue.


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It's a nice and easy job, it saves space. If we can make things simple, why do have to do it complicate?

February 12, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrope fairleads

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