Lazyjack Bag refurbish

I finished off the lazyjack bag yesterday with the help of Terry.  We spent all afternoon on it, we found that the removal of the battens made a lot more easy to work with, but first of all we had to unstitch some work from the day before as it was upside down lucky it was just at the beginning of a run.  but its all done now, ready for installing it back on Marathon.

Today I installed  the lazyjack bag on Marathon, I spent most of the day putting it on Marathon replacing some of the ropes to make the jacks look even all OK now (yah).

Thanks Terry for all your help and the uses of the workshop.

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Keith lives on the Isle of Wight and is an accomplished solo offshore Yachtsman. He lost the use of his left arm in a motorway accident in 1991, so he really is your genuine single handed yachtsman. What is incredible is that not only has his disability not prevented him from living his dreams, it’s spurred him on to better things. In 2015 he takes on the pinnacle of solo sailing by sailing single-handed and non stop around the world in his World Challenge.

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