Author Topic: Safety when removing or putting on the sail cover while on the cabin roof  (Read 277 times)

JMB

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The Pilothouse presents a challenge when removing or putting on the sail cover, especially when the cabin roof is wet.
Going to my local hardware store, I purchased some non-skid used on porch steps.
I added 3 strips to each hatch on the cabin roof as well as the forward hatch over the v-berth.

John Ballinger
1980 365 Pilothouse
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S/V Deo Volente

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It looks like you refinished your hatch frames too. I try to avoid stepping on the hatches. In rough conditions I will kneel to furl the sail and always make sure the boom is cleated tight.
"S/V Deo Volente"
Pearson 365 Pilothouse
Hull #17 1980
Duluth Minnesota
Bob