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Old 19-12-2015, 07:28   #16
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Re: Rubrails - 41' Morgan O / I - '72

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Thanks Hudman, Will check out Portland catolog. Hauling the beast in Jan. and will need stuff.
You've got a Morgan, 1 of the things I've noticed about the 33 Morgan /76/oi is that there is no air in that boat. Tried a wind scoop thing and not much circulation was had. I breathe a lot. Do a lot, a lot!
Operable port holes if they gotem, while I have the boat out and high and dry? Well- maybe not totally, DRY!
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Don't have the circulation problem in CA... Just another reason to buy mine...


I Kid... You'll get a ton more circulation if you put the stern to windward... Hatch and companionway inlets...
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Re: Rubrails - 41' Morgan O / I - '72

We can have a good flushing breeze when we are anchored and facing the wind if there's not an opposing current, but if we're at the dock and it's warm, we always opt for the AC. 'then there's always the less clothing shade in the cockpit with iced drinks option.
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We can have a good flushing breeze when we are anchored and facing the wind if there's not an opposing current, but if we're at the dock and it's warm, we always opt for the AC. 'then there's always the less clothing shade in the cockpit with iced drinks option.
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