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Old 05-05-2016, 01:28   #16
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Re: Using a refloat bag to work on saildrive.

I love this idea! I think it's smart to carry such bags, properly shaped and sized. It adds more safety, and it allows to avoid all hullouts, even on cats which can't be beached. When cat is beached, its very bottom can't be painted, such bag would solve this problem Great stuff!

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