How to remove a Companionway from your boat. In this episode, we show how our companionway is constructed, how to remove it and what to look for to ensure that your boat is constructed in a solid fashion. We also pick up the first part of our solid lifelines and cut part of the bulkhead out.
Dremel MultiMax Cutting Blades - These are the ones we were able to use to cut the screws from between the roof and companionway rails.
Join us on our journey as we continue to rebuild, refit and prepare our Formosa 51 Sailboat for our continued cruising journey. We have always loved the Formosa, bought one (on a bit of a whim) late in 2014, moved aboard this one right away and started to do our refit while living board. We are avid fans of Cruising Outpost and Good Ole Boat (Good Old Boat) magazines and love the ideas we get from them.
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Please watch: "How to repair a wooden mast, boom, spar or Bulkhead (Step by Step) "
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