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The latest from De Tukker!
Published: 12th May 2022
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Author: Tukker team
Published: 12th May 2022
By: Tukker team

The refit crew had some wood brought in last month which was treated and will be used in the cargo hold as decking. 

The masts & spars have been sanded and varnished and the carpenter is finishing off the repairs.

The new refit crew arrived, who are in charge of the rigging, so all the shrouds, wires, stays, blocks and lines are serviced and repaired where necessary.

Of course there are jobs in between! From sanding the lee-boards, to organising the engine room and de-rusting the steel plates on board…

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