Sailing since 2002 when I took an ASA course locally. Regular Yacht racer in the local Wednesday night Series. I have crewed racing yachts almost nonstop since completing my first sailing course, working primarily on foredeck and training new foredeckers. I have from time to time filled in at mainsail trim. Weighing in at under 200 lbs. I am the lightest member of the crew (and a slow runner) and consequently the first to be overpowered tied up and sent (kicking and screaming) up the mast to perform maintenance and repairs. You can be certain I do not make hoisting me up the mast an easy job.
New Orleans, LA
Gulfport, MS to Pensacola, Fl (Gulfport to Pensacola race) and Seattle Washington.
Crew long distance races, cruises and yacht deliveries
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"I had to replace my sheeve on both sides and really struggled to get the bolts out. Once I had them out, each was bent thus the challenge. I ended up stripping one or two of the hex bolts and used an angle grinder to square off the head of the bolt…"
The starboard side of my Traveller is starting to lift up. I am guessing to remove the center 5mm Allen bolt that goes through the middle of the sheeves, although I cannot get it to budge, to access it. Does anyone have any experience with this??Thanks Dave B43 Shore's AdriftSee More
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