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- 23/05/2013 at 8:17 pm #4568tempest51Member
Storing a Wayfarer upside down outside during the winter is something I’ve read about in a couple of articles. Does anyone have detailed knowledge of how best this is achieved..i.e what to rest the boat on and exactly which points to ensure no damage? 2 or 3 trestles? Also how best to cover the hull? I tend to think, although I may be wrong, that one needs to remove the mast first?23/05/2013 at 8:43 pm #11449No DisgraceMember
Just sit it on some old tyres and it’ll be fine. Support it under the aft deck and around the bulkhead.
I would certainly advise removing the mast!! Store it separately, supported so that it is not sagging or bending.30/05/2013 at 1:31 pm #11466Colin ParkstoneParticipant
Do not cover the hull with anything close fitting, leave an air gap to ventilate . Keep wet covers away from a hull.
The two transom corners are strong to rest a hull on and just rear of the bow fitting at the front. A long trestle across the deck near the transom and i would keep away from the fordeck.
As for the mast, I find the best thing is to dig a 8mt hole in the ground and put the mast in it with the boat above it!!!
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