Spent much of Monday pressure washing the 22 and 34.
Took all day.
Helped Walter winterize his boat.
Spent much of Tuesday winterizing big Still Time.
- ran anti freeze in the motor
- drained the hot water tank
- bypassed the hot water tank
- drained the water tanks
- winterized the plumbing
- winterized the head
- winterized the anchor locker washdown pump
- cleaned the black streaks on the hull
Great product; like it so much I bought a 4L jug.
Was hoping to get the cover on but it was blowing 25+ knots from the south.
Spent some time taking the mast apart on the 22
Wednesday was cold and rainy; NO BOATS FOR ME.
Today Thursday was warm 8 degrees C with sunny periods.
NE wind maybe 6-8, PERFECT for putting the cover on.
Took all day single handed following the same as last year:
Got it done around 5pm just as the rain started!
Had an issue with the little ladder I have been using to get onto the transom of the boat:
Luckily I was only on the first rung!
Into the metal recycling bin it went.
The Spinlock clutch for the spinnaker halyard is broken:
Luckily you can still get parts for it:
Update: the rudder repair from the spring has held out fine!
Before disconnecting the batteries, I made sure they were fully charged: