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AtomBars01kb53.jpg (53757 bytes)Atom hatch bars allow security and good ventilation. For more details check my Dodging Pirates article. AtomFwdBars03kb56.jpg (57304 bytes)Security bars in place inside forward hatch.
AtomWatercan02kb47.jpg (47413 bytes)Atom's cockpit showing added water can locker in footwell. AtomWatercan01kb36.jpg (36109 bytes)Cockpit water can locker with lid set aside.
AtomSolar01kb60.jpg (60896 bytes)Twin solar panel mounts and Monitor windvane installation. The sturdy bimini frame can also serve as boom gallows and a secure handhold. AtomTransom01kb70.jpg (71530 bytes)Transom view showing custom Monitorinstallation and swiveling solar panels.
AtomSternRoller01kb54.jpg (54863 bytes)I frequently use this transom roller to set a stern anchor. The custom outboard bracket on the opposite side provides 17 inches of vertical lift. AtomBow01kb56.jpg (56438 bytes)Bow cleats cannot be too large. This one's 10-inch. Lately I use a 33 lb Bruce primary anchor on 150-feet of 5/16 chain with nylon rode attached.
Legs02kb72.jpg (73168 bytes)Atom's Legs being used on a 28 Taipan. Details are in the article, Giving Your Boat Some Legs. Legs04kb68.jpg (69177 bytes)Components of one leg disassembled.

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