Launching Lena

WernerGWernerG Major grinsPosts: 510Registered Users Major grins

The Maine Coast is starting to come alive after a miserable, icy winter. Boatyards are launching boats (into 45 degF water) for the early birds. Lena is a lovely boat that looks a bit gawky hanging in a sling but I'm sure is sleek and trim on the water.

Rolling out to the launch dock

Fun with extreme wide (15mm-e)

Setting the Mast

I didn't get a shot of her in the water. They still had to mount the boom and tighten all the fittings so there was still a long way to go.

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  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,552Registered Users Major grins

    I like last one....how relaxed the two gentleman are, suspended in air.

  • WernerGWernerG Major grins Posts: 510Registered Users Major grins

    It got even more interesting. Here the boat owner is on an ordinary cylindrical-rung wooden ladder with the top rung resting on the cylindrical mast in order to remove one of the lines used to hoist the mast. Not my idea of a stable set up.

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