As soon as the fenders had been removed Dean got on with pressure washing Jubilee's hull.
While the boat was resting on the timber baulks and the lifting straps relaxed, Dean was able to wash off the muck from behind the straps.
I'm hoping that the pitting was caused by a few years of being connected to a shoreline with no galvanic isolation (before we bought the boat). One of the first presents I bought for Jubilee was a proper isolation transformer for when Ally and Ben were marina-dwellers.
Next post: applying the blacking.
Summer Cruise Day 39 Disley to Higher Poynton - We woke to the sun streaming in through the port holes and for once Smudge was still out for the count. It took him a while to come too. Must have been a...
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