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Old 11-06-2019, 01:23 PM   #1
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Grand Banks 36 lifting points

Hello trawlers

Iíve just recently bought my first trawler - a 1975 Grand Banks 36. Unfortunately I live in Denmark and therefore need to put her onshore for the winter. Itís my first time lifting her, and I donít know the right place to lift. Can anybody help me with some measurements??

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Old 11-06-2019, 03:22 PM   #2
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If your boat has a stainless steel or bronze rub rail, examine it carefully. Many GBs will have 3 or four screws with different heads than all the others holding the rub rail. Those screws are all in a row at the lift points.
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Welcome aboard. Congrats on your new boat. The yard should know pretty close where the straps should go.
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Yes what Howard said.
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I have a, new to me, Island Gypsy 32 which I had to lift for the first time. I was told the rub strake may have a different screw head to identify the lifting point but could not find it. My decision was to locate the lifting straps on the major bulkheads and she lifted just fine.
I thought lifting on a strong point could not be wrong.
Just a thought from a newbie.
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