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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

Putting a spring in your step

The sailing season has nearly started so we’ve written a list of what’s important to check before your boat returns to the water.

Use this checklist to take a good look at the condition of each area of the boat. If you have any queries don’t hesitate to call us on 01326 374309 or email us.

 

Engineering       

Engine

Batteries

Stern gear

Generator

Outboard

                 

Hull

Pressure wash

Antifoul

Boottop

Seacocks

Heads

Anodes

                 

Interior

Interior – Damp or dry

Bilges – Full or empty

Cushions

                 

Safety  

Gas check

Safety equipment - Present and in date

 

Rigging 

Mast - Stepped/unstepped

Running rigging

Furler

Winches

Windlass

Standing rigging

Sails

Nav-lights - Functioning

                 

Services              

Metered electric supply - Connected and read

De-humidifier - Connected and operational

Water tanks - Full or empty

Fuel tanks - Full or empty

                 

Exterior

Strongback and cover - Present and correctly fitted

Decks and cockpit

                 

Ancillary

Mooring strop

 

If your checks show up work that needs doing and you would like us to advise on actions and cost, simply call us on 01326 374309 or email us.

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