Members' Online Book: Maintaining a Cruising Boat, Chapter 25 of 29

Surviving The Boatyard—Part 2

Lifting out is always stressful.

After nearly 40 years of owning cruising yachts and skippering boats that I have worked on, you can imagine I have seen them lifted out by a variety of different methods. Cranes, travelhoists, hydraulic boat lifts, they all require a high degree of care and competence on behalf of the boatyard staff in charge.

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