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    Re: Ocean Going Tug: Atlantic
    Hi Commodore Sir, I'm not volunteering but I do have some experience of moving boats from the third floor. However, in my case it was real boats, not models. At the time, forty years ago, I lived in an upstairs maisonette, essentially third floor. I needed a tender for the 43ft
    Cat Schooner
    I was building (In a boatyard!). My lounge wasn't very big, but I decided I could just about build an 8ft praam dinghy in it. Luckily the lounge was at the end of a straight run to the front door. I designed it to be built from 3 sheets of 8 x 4 ply and the actual build could be done in two evenings, not including painting. And so it happened. To get her out, I enlisted a friend to help. We carried her on her side to the balcony walkway outside the front door, lowered her down onto the pavement. Put her on top of the car., and that was it. She was such a pleasant dinghy to row or scull, that I soon built a new improved version complete with centreboard, rudder and sail. She sailed beautifully. Hope you are as successful. Nerys
    1 month ago by Nerys


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