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Old 14-08-2011, 13:56   #1
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Moving Helm Station

Hello everyone,

I'm curious if anyone has moved their helm station - specifically on a privilege cat - from the back of the boat towards the cabin. How much work would it take? I think I can do most, if not all the work myself. I just think that (not for charter but liveaboard cruiser) the helm would be better if it would be located more forward. Any input on what type of work I would have to do would be much appreciated.

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Re: Moving helm station

Why don't you tell us what you would do and we will tell you if you have missed something?
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