Going Aloft the Mast

It’s important to annually go aloft on the mast to check rigging, furler, instruments and running lights. Jason Vannice with Aloft Marine did the climbing and I did the watching. You can see why I’m not climbing the mast. In this picture Jason is 37 ft above the water. Nice view I guess. One plus, he cleaned the underside of the spreader of green mold.

Author: S/V Kestrel

Retired maritime executive and cargo surveyor.

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