Little Bear Westsail 32 refit: Of Zinc & Holes Blog #128

Arrrrr me hearties. Welcome aboard.

With the major projects on Little Bear winding up, I have a minor project to get done: New Zinc’s. Not much mystery surrounding this project – take the old ones off, put the new ones back on. All shiny and clean.

This is what the old ones looked like.

I’m no expert on electrolytic or galvanic corrosion but these zincs look pretty bad. I have NO idea when they were replaced last, but I’m glad the prop & shaft and other bits of metal in the boat aren’t adversely affected.

The other smallish project I’m tackling is the installation of my ‘tri-ducer’. The challenge with this is that the new thru-hull is larger than the current hole in the boat. Which means I have to employ my genius super-power and figure out how to enlarge the existing hole. How will I do it? Ah, grasshopper, when you are ready the solution will come….

As always fair winds, following seas, and God bless.

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About DreadPirateBiff

Bit of a loon really.
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