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    Default "Locking Up" a Seawind 1000

    Making the transition from mono bluewater liveaboard cruiser to a multi capable of the occasion offshore passage. Very much intrigued by the Seawind 1000-1100 series.

    Dumb question: with the wide-open salon/cockpit, how does one "lock up" when anchored out and going ashore in, say, Grenada, Fiji, or Capetown?

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    Default Re: "Locking Up" a Seawind 1000

    Quote Originally Posted by Time Traveler View Post
    Making the transition from mono bluewater liveaboard cruiser to a multi capable of the occasion offshore passage. Very much intrigued by the Seawind 1000-1100 series.

    Dumb question: with the wide-open salon/cockpit, how does one "lock up" when anchored out and going ashore in, say, Grenada, Fiji, or Capetown?
    Lock companion ways and dont leave anything in cockpit of value. But rember any boat can be broken into no matter what enclosures amd locks you install. Make friends with the sailors around you snd watchout for each other.

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    Default Re: "Locking Up" a Seawind 1000

    Thanks, Victor. With that tip, i can now see companionway hatches in the photos. And, yes, watching out for each other is one of the pleasures of cruising.

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