Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Winter Cover 3 of 3

 

Today I finished off my winter cover by extending the reinforced plastic back to the stern of the boat. One of the problems that shrink wrapped boats have is with mold so I left a gap in the cockpit and the stem of the boat so that there would be good airflow through the boat. Fresh on my mind was having to clean my new bimini from the trash left by a dove's nest so I filled these gaps with bird netting.


Hopefully the gales of November will treat her kindly.



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