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Old 02-19-2014, 03:06 PM   #21
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and you never know what you'll catch.
Sooooooo....... did they fit?
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Old 02-19-2014, 04:44 PM   #22
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Sooooooo....... did they fit?
No, darn it. The size was too small.
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Do stabilizer fins affect hauling out using a cradle?
I watched and helped on a small tender running lines and acting as a tug, during multiple attempts to haul a wooden IG50 raised after recently sinking. This yard uses the "trial and error" method for hauling, the failure of multiple attempts was put down to the presence of stabilizer fins. Eventually a very large truck mounted crane was called in to haul her out.
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Serviceability, simplicity and cost were the reasons we chose paravanes. Our cruising grounds are outside the US majority of the time. Repairs are easy, something I can do. After 12K miles with the paravanes deployed, we had 2 fish that broke and 1 swivel that failed and you never know what you'll catch.
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Pair of sneakers.
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