Well, I don’t think the front cabin roof will be sagging nearly as much after today.
Dane and I got out in the VERY hot afternoon sun and built two "trusses" of curved plywood with a sidepiece. The plans have a design for the correct roof curve, so we used that, jacked things up put them in place.
Put a side piece of 2×2 on each to keep them from twisting or warping… looks like it will work. The plans allow for the cabin height to be raised a little, which I did for better headroom. This makes clearance with these crosspieces no issue at all, unless you are awfully tall.
This is a neat looking product. I have the ability to tie any cord or hose in multiple knots just by touching it (really helps in my lighting work with all those power cables).
The CordPro comes in a variety of sizes for different size and lengths of cables and hoses. Looks like it could be very handy around the house (extension cords, Christmas lights, computer cables) or onboard (shorepower cables, hoses, ropes, etc.).
Many live aboards (full time or even just for a long weekend) struggle with needing to do laundry. Stopping at a marina and making the (sometimes long) hike to a laundrymat isn’t my idea of boating fun.
This gizmo might not be the best layout for on-board use, but there are definitely some ideas worth borrowing.