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Old 04-10-2018, 03:48 PM   #81
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Ah, Id be interested in seeing that.
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Old 04-10-2018, 03:52 PM   #82
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The hampton cleats are built into the gunwale. You can tie off to the cleat from on the boat or the dock. I found a photo of them on Yachtworld.

They also have bollards tucked into the stern just above the swim platform.

Another cool thing they do is that they have a trench for the shore power cable with a starboard door covering the trench, so you're not going to trip over the cable walking on the swim platform.
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Old 04-10-2018, 05:39 PM   #83
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Oh, I see how they did it. That would be really convenient for tying off from outside the boat. I love my hawse hole cleats but they are only easily usable from onboard.
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Old 04-10-2018, 09:36 PM   #84
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Oh, I see how they did it. That would be really convenient for tying off from outside the boat. I love my hawse hole cleats but they are only easily usable from onboard.
It seems like every boat has clever tricks that make cruising easier. Hampton certainly has many of them that I appreciate. And I'm adding quite a few of my own!
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Like capturing the front legs of the breakfast bar chairs to keep them from moving around on their own? I think Kadey Krogen should borrow that idea...
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Like capturing the front legs of the breakfast bar chairs to keep them from moving around on their own? I think Kadey Krogen should borrow that idea...
We actually deleted those bar stools. We didn't see being able to use them (enough) and didn't want to always have to negotiate around them.

But you are right, it's an example of slick thinking, very practical. Now I'm wishing we would have left at least one.

We actually have another use for this space which I shall reveal later once the boat is ours.
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Meanwhile in Beijing...
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Nice burger.

What goes in must come out, and given the recent NDZ thread, had you ever considered adding treatment system to your boat? I would love it in Canadian waters where pump-outs are hard to find.
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Nice burger.

What goes in must come out, and given the recent NDZ thread, had you ever considered adding treatment system to your boat? I would love it in Canadian waters where pump-outs are hard to find.
Nope. We have 150 gals black water holding tank. We have Tecma toilets but I am not aware of which model (i.e. water usage). Will find out.

Presume pumping out in open waters like Strait of Georgia is still okay?
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Nope. We have 150 gals black water holding tank. We have Tecma toilets but I am not aware of which model (i.e. water usage). Will find out.



Presume pumping out in open waters like Strait of Georgia is still okay?


Yup, it is fine. Id prefer to have a treatment system so I would know that my effluent is not harmful, but not practical now with the NDZ in our home waters.
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Yup, it is fine. Id prefer to have a treatment system so I would know that my effluent is not harmful, but not practical now with the NDZ in our home waters.
Maybe that is my my wife insists we eat organic?
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Hey everyone, I'm in Shanghai on the boat. Having a blast as you can see. The boat is looking amazing. I'll have more pictures and posts when I can.
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Hey everyone, I'm in Shanghai on the boat. Having a blast as you can see. The boat is looking amazing. I'll have more pictures and posts when I can.
Curious as to how many boats you see in progress while you're there.
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Looking forward to seeing the final lazarette "garage" layout.

Did you enjoy the F1 race?
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Curious as to how many boats you see in progress while you're there.
Four at the moment.
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Hey everyone, I'm in Shanghai on the boat. Having a blast as you can see. The boat is looking amazing. I'll have more pictures and posts when I can.
Here is the picture I meant to include! I'm sitting on the water heater, this is in the lazarette.

I will take more pictures on Thursday, as the boat will be the most cleaned up by then.
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what brand water heater is it?
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Looking forward to seeing the final lazarette "garage" layout.

Did you enjoy the F1 race?
Yes I can definitely do pictures to show the whole layout. It came out even better than I would have imagined. The company owner personally really invested time to make it as awesome as possible. And now that we are here, we are making some more.

The race was excellent. If you are a fan, you know this particular one was better than most races (which are often processions). You definitely see some aspects that aren't shown on TV. I had never seen how they just park all the cars at the end of the race, sort of next to Parc Ferme. It's like the world's most expensive parking lot.

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what brand water heater is it?
Torrid. 40 gallons.
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Here is the picture I meant to include! I'm sitting on the water heater, this is in the lazarette.



I will take more pictures on Thursday, as the boat will be the most cleaned up by then.


That is a very happy man!
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