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  1. Looks like my JY15 rudder other than the chip on the bottom trailing edge. Actually bought my JY from an owner on Champlain.
  2. VC Offshore with expoxy barrier coat underneath. I did not do the work myself so can't give specific details.
  3. I think SNL has figured this out already https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/meet-your-second-wife/2957158
  4. When I had bottom paint put on 7 years ago they also painted the upper part of the keel and the keel box. Haven't had an issue with fouling on either and have not reapplied paint in those areas. I think other 70s in the area that were on moorings use the U bolt for the mooring connection and did not add any cleats. Chinook
  5. My J/70 has been in the water with bottom paint in WLIS for the last few weeks. It has been in the water every year of its life with bottom paint. I am at a dock but I have seen boats stay for a full season at a mooring. I live far enough away that haveing to launch and haul every time I sail would make for longer days and less time having fun. Just put on some sails and go sailing. Friday night racing at AYC starts 6/19! Chinook
  6. You can set up a filter to see new content without PA. BJ Porter put out some directions on how to do it a while back. Much better than seeing the PA crap.
  7. How DWG TrueView by AutoDesk. Worked for me on a laptop when my ACAD machine wasn't available. http://www.autodesk.com/products/dwg/viewers#
  8. Ras... I think it may have gotten cut up for scrap. I looked for it the last time I drove past on 95. I have to go up the way next week and will look more closely... fs If I am not mistaken, that hull is or was floating outside Mamaroneck Harbor in New York; it was there in October. It can be seen with Google Earth https://www.google.com/maps/@40.9397833,-73.7125894,680m/data=!3m1!1e3 (I don't know how to embed the map image) Its been floating out there for a couple of years. Maybe they are waiting for a storm to blow it away and get some insurance money?
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