[Public-List] Line Hanger

George Dinwiddie gdinwiddie at alberg30.org
Sun Jul 18 11:06:29 PDT 2010


These are very nice.  It strikes me that this would make a good article 
for the Mainsheet and the website, if you feel like writing up some more 
detailed instructions for doing this.

  - George

On 6/20/10 12:27 PM, Greg Bover wrote:
> Ladies and Gentlemen,
> A while back someone asked about hanging line stowage in the port lazarette.
> I had been thinking about the same thing, and here's what I came up with.
> It's a wooden version of something I saw in plastic. I made some 5/8 x 5/8
> cleats and counterbored the backs so that the knot of the 1/8 stretch would
> have a place to hide, then screwed them to a 3" board and screwed into that
> through the cockpit. I took these pictures before I recoiled the line
> shorter, but it does seem to do the job. I might yet label the top edge of
> the board to aid visitors.
> http://picasaweb.google.com/101576769740023426568/LinnetProjects#
> Greg Bover
> Frances Fitch
> Linnet #114
> Gloucester

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