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18225Re: Robbsboat observations and issues?

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  • Alan
    Sep 3, 2008
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      The overall beam at the mast bulkhead is 40".
      But subtract approx 3" each side for frame width leaves 34".
      Then the mast comes down the middle, approx 3" square-section.
      Leaves 15 to 16" opening each side of mast-plenty for access thru
      for storage, but not to get a body thru. Opening is around 20" high,
      so on your side you would be able to reach into this compartment ok,
      to put and get stuff.
      --- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "graeme19121984"
      <graeme19121984@...> wrote:
      > Thanks Alan. When I first encountered the wiley windows I didn't
      > quite get how they were put together, so some of my belaboured
      > visualising of them must have stuck.
      > The mast is in the way a bit, I heard that, but didn't think about
      > acccessing bulky gear.
      > I guess that forward of the mast, the hatch would have to be quite
      > narrow in any case. Pet monkey? - how about one of them extendable
      > grabber thingos. Now, is that mast foot really a problem? - it
      > be a shame if that space up front was inaccessable to store the
      > bedding or such like.
      > Graeme
      > --- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, "Alan" <logicaid@> wrote:
      > > clear picture of how
      > > these work.
      > > BTW, don't think a forward-deck hatch would be useable for
      > > other than ventilation on Robbsboat, since the crew would not be
      > able
      > > to use it for access, due to the restricted opening thru the
      > bulkhead
      > > at the mast position. Perhaps if you go sailing with your pet
      > > monkey...
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