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Old 17-06-2016, 09:53   #1
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Location: Duluth, MN
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Chain Plates Stan Huntingford Design

Boat projects continue. We are currently in Duluth, MN fitting out Misty for transition to live aboard full time blue water cruising. Among the projects is locating a few deck leaks, re-bedding fittings and checking the chain plates. Do any of you have original drawings or pictures of how the chain plates were attached to the hull? Misty is a True North 34 designed by Stan Huntingford and built in Taiwan in 1978. What I can see, short of destructive exploration, is what appears to be a flat plate about 8X5 inches embedded in fiberglass in the deck. I'm a bit surprised by this and expected the chain plates to extend down the side of the hull. Any insight into this will be very appreciated. Thanks!

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