T&T: roll reducing fins

Bob McLeran Bob at MVSanderling.net
Wed May 27 07:37:09 EDT 2020

Interesting explanation, Richard. FWIW, you cannot post pictures to the 
T&T List - you have to post them on a web site and then provide a link 
to the site.

Obvious question: how to you anticipate dealing with the "fins" when 
you're hauled out with straps running under the boat? Had a friend who's 
bilge keel pulled away from the hull during a travel-lift haul out, and 
his were much more substantial than what you describe for yours.

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On 5/26/2020 11:46 PM, Richard P via Trawlers-and-Trawlering wrote:
> We have recently completed the installation and initial testing of roll
> reducing fins (aka roll chocks or bilge keels) on Lilliana our Willard 40.
> Since this topic has been of interest I will give a report from our initial
> test drive and overnight anchoring experience. If anyone wants to see
> photos of the fins contact me off line since I don’t know how to post
> photos to this site.

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