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Dodger question......

Discussion in 'S2' started by woodster, Jan 25, 2015. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. thinwater


    Joined Mar 26, 2011
    2,172 posts, 490 likes
    Corsair F-24 MK I
    US Deale, MD
    My last boat (cruising cat) had a huge hard top. Nice on that boat, but too big for many.

    My F-24 had none, and adding anything would make getting around hard and ruin the view forward. It's a sporty boat and I didn't want to ruin that. However, on rainy days getting in and out of the cabin got everything wet. So I built what I call my mini-dodger. I can snap it in place in about 2 minutes and it stores flat under the V-berth. Not so much a dodger as a hood over the entrance way, but it keeps the cabin dry and allows me to leave the slider open whenever I want to.

    (described in Practical Sailor)


  2. Ron20324


    Joined Jan 22, 2008
    6,624 posts, 766 likes
    Beneteau 323
    US Annapolis MD
    Thin, was your boat up on Back Creek this year (Annapolis)?

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