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Old 17-07-2017, 21:31   #1
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Battening the mast to the deck

I will be traveling the Erie Barge Canal next spring and will be required to drop my mast and have it lashed to the deck for month or so. I know many subscribers to this forum have done this trip and would like any hints and/or photos of how you attached the mast to the deck so you could still live and move about. My mast is 52 feet and my deck only 37 feet long
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