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The Rage was launched and is now rigged and ready to race this winter. Ian says that it is the heaviest boat that they handle with the forklift.

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Usually the freight boat raises the mast with its crane, but it was unavailable, so the forklift was put back into service for the job.

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It took awhile, and several crew members, to get the mast into place. Thankfully, Dave Pahl, Jim Ryan, and Will Heyer had repaired the mast step.

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Then it was time to sort out all the halyards and stays.

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Rich Cook works on unfouling the topping lift, from high on the forklift, using the prys as a scaffold.

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Many thanks go out to Craig & Linda Knowles and crew from Lighthouse Marina for all their service and support of the A.R.S.S.!

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