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Old 17 October 2003, 11:33   #1
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mooring cover

I'm having a new rib put together, and intend to keep in on a mooring in the summer months. I need a mooring cover. The supplier makes a cover that ties down to the trailer but he can't work out the best way to make a mooring cover so that it stays on the boat when its in the water.

Anyone got any ideas?

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Old 17 October 2003, 11:50   #2
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Hi Dangers,

Do you have a rope going around the tube to tie to?

Or a lip under the rubbing strake to attach hooks on elastic to?

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Old 17 October 2003, 15:50   #3
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If you get one custom made you can have gaps left in the cover to allow the ropes to come through without them lifting the cover all the time.
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