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Posted: August 11 2008 at 15:46 | IP Logged Quote partgypsy

My 47 Chris is the cockpit version of the standard extended deck and as a result the, the deckhouse is about 6' shorter.
The ladder to the flybridge really uses up a lot of this valuable space. I
had the idea to make the ladder removable and open up the space a
bit. I expected the ladder to supply some vertical support to the
cabin top but I figured that the non-flybridge versions were fine
without a center support. I was quite surprised when the cabin top
dropped about 3/4 inch when the ladder was removed.
Is this something I should be concerned about or is that amount of
drop insignificant and possibly just due to old age or ?
Naturally the ladder will be put back in place whenever there is
occasion to be on the flybridge.
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