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This is a short(very short) video showing my inflatable boat rollers. Ideal for moving a heavy boat across the beach without damaging the bottom.

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AmazonMDR Anti-Fouling Gluteus maximus Coating for Inflatables MDR787

AmazonMDR Anti-Fouling Gluteus maximus Coating for Inflatables MDR787

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Custom formulated for inflatables and dinghies. A flexible vinyl water-based anti-fouling coating containing cuprous oxide for extreme protection against barnacles and other marine growth in fresh and mid-temperature range salt water. Can be used on most inflatable materials including Hypalon PVC and rubber along with fiberglass or wood dinghies. Even to apply with brush or roller odor free and easy cleanup with water. Inflatables can be deflated and rolled without cracking base coating. One quart provides 2 coats of protection for the average 8-10 foot boat. MFG# MDR787 UPC# 031381787501


C.E. Smith 1-1/2" Extensive Keel Base Roller Assembly f/2" - 2-1/2" Tongue

C.E. Smith 1-1/2" Extensive Keel Base Roller Assembly f/2" - 2-1/2" Tongue

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1-1/2" Extensive Keel Base Roller Assembly f/2"-2-1/2" Tongue Product Description This roller assembly supports your boat's keel for relaxed loading and safe transport on your trailer. It features a 4" , black rubber spool roller and a galvanized steel level that attaches to your trailer's tongue. 2 to 2-1/2" trailer tongue.


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The Dinghy Cruising Companion

'You will venture into the fringes of the wilderness with the minimum of simple gear, to live with it on its own terms. You will know that one of the sure ways to contentment in this life is a small boat, a fair wind, and a new coast to explore.' Dinghy cruising is a wonderful way to experience nature and new coastlines at close quarters and low cost. Sailing where larger boats cannot reach, and sleeping under canvas onboard or ashore, this is boating taken right back to the basics, and all the better for that. This guide, for all aspiring or already-enthusiastic dinghy cruisers, shows how to get started and how to expand your horizons. The information and advice is interwoven with wonderfully evocative stories of the author's adventures afloat, from idyllic weeks pottering around...

A Mariner's Miscellany

This book is both an engaging compendium of nautical knowledge and a random accounting of the ways of the sea. It is the product of Peter H. Spectre's lifelong fascination with the sea, a guide to the good, the bad, and the ugly of a way of life that is as old as civilization.

Fair Wind, seas abeam and beans on the Rock; name that tune on the bus back - by Dick

Adventures in Europe Part 3 chronicles various travel highlights of extended trips where we try not to be tourists but a residents as well as some social/personal musings about travel. For those who have read Dick's blog on our trip to Italy, Malta, Sicily, Sardinia, Marseilles, Portugal and Spain have some idea of what we did, what we ate, as well as the ups and downs of travel. High winds and, seeing the forecast, we decided to ferry down to Puerto Banus on the diesel catamaran ferry. I knew that the catamaran ferry would not pitch much and would not roll as much as a monohull displacement boat but our route did put us parallel to the rollers so we got quite a bit of roll, though not threatening. We sat on the starboard side on the lower deck so we would be out of the sun and could watch the shore go by from about a mile out. Saw quite a few kitesurfers from a distance and we would see them up close later. Since the ferry transits back and forth from Marbella to Puerto Banus and back each hour, the helmsman knows the water even in our windstorm and he got us into the Puerto Banus harbor with little effort. To port we saw a giant white yacht, more than 100' length with 6 or more radars. After debarking we walked a bit along the quay to admire the yachts. Saw an old, but very nicely restored yacht with a large round funnel as for a steam boiler. My bet is that they left the funnel and replaced the steam boiler with a diesel. Far safer than steam boilers which were subject to explosions. I was trained on boiler feedwater treatment in San Diego in 1969. Admiral Rickover's engineering analysis ascribed the explosion that sank USS Maine in Havana harbor and started the stupid Spanish-American War to a boiler explosion. Many of the yachts were from UK ports like Portsmouth. Although Puerto Banus may appear as a developed old Spanish fishing village it was in fact designed and built in 1970 by local property developer José Banús as a luxury marina and shopping complex. Puerto Banús is known as Costa del Sol's playground for the rich and wealthy that come here for the beaches, the beach clubs and the buzzing nightlife. The shops and restaurants reflect this expensive lifestyle, with plenty of designer names on offer around the marina. We then walked along restaurant row and admired the beautiful autos parked there. The most spectacular was a very large Rolls Royce with Arabic license plates. We walked along to the beach path and crossed a pedestrian bridge. The Rio Verde we were crossing had perhaps a half dozen types of cane, cattails and a grebe floating on the water. The walk back to Marbella is about 7 km or 4 miles. We walked further east, back toward our Marbella digs. Came upon a eucalyptus forest with an old torre (stone tower) and a road out to what, from a distance. looked like an ancient arched entrance from the main drag, N-340, but, upon up close examination was of recent build. Further along our path we were at the principal beach used by the kitesurfers. After donning his wet suit he pumped up the inflatable leading edge. Then he launched the kite into the extremely stiff wind as he walked across the beach to the surf. He had to keep the kite aloft with one hand while he got his feet into foot straps on his board and soon took off. Most of the time we could see at least one of the dozen or so kitesurfers up in the air but they were mainly trying to surf along the troughs of the waves at 30-40 knots. I think part of the game was to jump out to the next trough so as to stay 100 - 200m offshore then do a midair flip while guiding the kite back the reverse way before getting too far east or west of the mile or so of best beach for kitesurfing. Then back into the gale, passing by many century plants, "prickly pear"cactus and candelabra cactus until we came to 'our' creek that we first hiked up in 2014. A pleasant, paved path leads up the creek shaded by pines, palms and eucalyptus. Thursday's was forecast to be another windy day so we had bought tickets for a tour of Gibraltar. The tour bus was scheduled to pick us up at 9 am. At 9:30 a large red bus (50+ people and nearly full) rolled up at our aparthotel and we were off to Gibraltar. We had sailed past it on the Star Clipper 2014 but it was before sunrise and a dark and stormy night so we had not seen it though we saw it from our balcony at our hotel here this year. We got up on the freeway and rolled along at a good pace. There were large thunderheads.

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  1. Now that the year's jetting toward a close, we've gone back through our coverage to bring you our favorites in a list that includes multifunctional jet drives, floating multi-person lounges, folding and inflatable watercraft, deep-diving personal
  2. Usually these vessels rely on either folding or inflatable hardware to compact down to trunk or carry case size, but some, like the GoBoat, use a combination of both. The K-Pak from North Carolina's Folding Boat Company is another, using a blend of
  3. of water when the inflatable boat she was riding in deflated and trapped her underneath on a water ride at Six Flags Over Texas in 1999. A girl not properly strapped into her shoulder harness fell to her death on the Lightnin' Loops roller coaster

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Baby Huey's Famous Boat Grub (brown sugar, rice, oil, onions, pork chops, cheddar cheese)

Lighten-Up Whatever Floats Your Boat Brownies #32204 (applesauce, eggs, flour, salt, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract)

Stewed Beef Boat Noodle Soup Gkuay Dtiow Lauy Recipe (beef, bean sprouts, cilantro, hot pepper, fish sauce, garlic oil, garlic, green onion, galangal, sirloin steak, beef, rice noodles, lemongrass, cilantro, anise seed, sugar, white pepper, sea salt, soy sauce, water)

Turkey-Cheddar Rollers (turkey, sour cream, cheddar cheese, olives, tomato)

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we'll have to roll the boats back down to the water...
… using our fenders, they went down to the waters edge fairly easily. If you were by yourself, you'd probably be happier with three of those big inflatable rollers from Duckworks (like Simeon has) but the two us us managed each boat quite well by putting all available fenders to use. Keith had four 4" dia, and I have two 6" dia,, and now that we've done that, we decided six 5" dia fenders would be a good compromise. But, I think I'll get two of those inflatables to complement my two fenders.
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