Hi talus2 Do you change the bolt yourself? I would like to check mine, I have tried a couple of times, but nothing moves. I can undo the nut both sides and tried supporting the weight of the keel on a jack but still nothing moves. can you offer any advice?
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Hi Derek Will you be based in Chichester or Langston? I have moored my Dockrell in Chichester for the last 20 years, I know of three other Dockrell 22's in Chichester harbour. As for performance, mine is very stable, but fairly slow. There are reasons; I have added two bilge plates so that it dries ...
- Wed Apr 27, 2005 10:02 am
- Forum: Dockrell 22
- Topic: Doghouse seal to washboards
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I have added a Doghouse to my Dockrell 22, I do not like the doors so have simply added a fourth washboard this makes storage easy, saved hinges and room in the cockpit. My problem is making the top washboard watertight. Due to the shape of the Doghouse it is narrower at the top than the bottom, the...
<font face="Arial"></font id="Arial"><font color="black"></font id="black"> You need a trailer of between 1300 and 1500Kg, how you support the boat is dependent on your keel type. I have the swing keel and have added two bilge keels to keep the boat upright on...