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Author: Ryan (buzzybizio...@gmail.com) contact the author
Subject: Hull #88 back in the water
Info: (150 views) Posted: Sunday 9-16-18 12:40:02 PM
Hi Yoshi,

Sorry, I do not know. Our rudder was on and intact when we got the boat.

Ryan

::
:: Congratulation.

:: Since you put the boat together, i thought you know the
:: answe to my question on “how do I take off the Rudder
:: from E27?”. I need to repair soft spot durin winter
:: season. I am a new owner ( since 12/2017) and many
:: things to learn. Thanks.
::
::
:: :: Greetings!
:: ::
:: :: Hull #88 is now back in the water in Harbor Springs, MI.
:: :: Most of the work was putting her back together with no
:: :: instructions as every single part and piece was taken
:: :: off the boat. Key items worked on were:

:: :: - Full re-rigging of mast halyards and most lines/sheets
:: :: - New compasses mounted in bulkhead
:: :: - New batteries and marine radio
:: :: - Greased the winches
:: :: - Serviced a 5 HP and 2 HP outboard motor
:: :: - New windex
:: ::
:: :: Thanks to many of your who helped answer queries as we
:: :: put it back together.
:: ::
:: :: Photos of the boat in the water and under sail are up in
:: :: the Hull #88 photo album.
:: :: http://express27.org/photos/?gallery=130
:: ::
:: :: More upgrades needed over the winter (GPS, instruments,
:: :: back stay rigging, etc.) but my Dad wanted to get her in
:: :: the water for the final few weeks of the season up
:: :: there. Now I have to teach him how to sail a bit!
:: ::
:: :: Ryan
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