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Tuesday, November 11, 2008
What's worm shoe?
It's a sacrificial wooden plate fastened to the bottom of the keel which takes any abrasions or damage if the vessel is grounded or is it just a tasty bit of wood on a ship’s keel that diverts parasites from the rest of the vessel?
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Active mariner since 1969. USCG approved license training instructor and yacht and small craft surveyor. Presently lives aboard a 1954 50’ Chris Craft Catalina in Seattle, Washington.
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