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Old 11-22-2021, 05:57 PM   #1
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Chine Wings, Rolling Chocks, Passive Stabilization

Put on a set of "Chine Wings" on the Grey Pearl ( '78 OA 50 Mk 1) this past summer. I didn't think they would work on these shallow hulls but they are a game changer.
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Old 11-22-2021, 06:18 PM   #2
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More details please...and photos.

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Old 11-22-2021, 06:22 PM   #3
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How do I attach photos?
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Old 11-24-2021, 07:43 AM   #4
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@GP, yes this is an important subject. More details and photos please
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Old 11-24-2021, 12:33 PM   #5
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Once I figure out how to attach pictures I will post. As I already said they are a game changer. It cancels the roll. They are 18" wide at the widest and 25' long. They are filled with water to add inertia down low and to the outside.
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Old 11-24-2021, 12:50 PM   #6
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Have you taken any roll acceleration and magnitude measurement before and after? An app on your iPhone
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No I didn't. I have been on commercial fishing boats my whole life. But she passed the clearing the counters and furniture shift test with flying colours
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Click on "Go Advanced" below the Quick Reply box. Click on paper clip on first row. Browse your computer to attach and upload then close the small window come back into your Quick Reply and put your cursor where you want your photo... click on the down arrow right of the paper clip



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Hi GreyPearl!

Look down where you can post a reply
Click "Go Advanced"
Scroll down to "Additional Options"
Click "Manage Attachments"
In the window that will pop up, click "Choose file"
Find the pic(s) you want to upload
Click "Open"
In the popped up window click "Upload"
At the bottom of the "Additional Options" section click "Preview Post" to see if the images are present.
If all is good, click "Submit Reply"
If not, DM me and I will try to help
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Lol! Beat me to the punch!
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no i didn't. I have been on commercial fishing boats my whole life. But she passed the clearing the counters and furniture shift test with flying colours :d

lol!
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pic 1 "Port wing in place"
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Did you DIY it or have the yard do the work?
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I had Roy Brown from Independant Shipwrights install them. He has done over 400 now and can do them in his sleep. 3 days with two men. It would have taken me a week or two. But he has the wings pre-made and if your good with glassing. It is very doable for a DIY.
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They really do help - pic attached.

This topic has been covered here before and there are a lot of ‘haters’. I’m not interested in your opinion. Thanks.
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I hate that my boat rolls and yours doesn’t.
Grrrrr, Mako be angry!
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