Maintenance Month

Let It Be is not chartered during September, so TMM is using this month to take care of some general upkeep so she will be in great shape for the next charter group.

Most of the items will go unnoticed by our guests, but we are happy to see some items removed from our To Do list.

One of our favorite features of the Helia is the large window and door that opens from the salon to the cockpit.  The door and window were a bit finicky from the very beginning and were a factory warranty issue.

30/08/2012, Cogolin (FRA,83), Chantier Fountaine-Pajot, Helia 44

TMM has worked on this issue several times and now has adjusted the door and window so they work properly.  I’m glad this distinguishing feature is now as awesome as it can be.

Most of the maintenance items will be undetectable but they do keep LIB in excellent working order so our guests can be confident that all systems on board work well.  Our goal is to provide a very well maintained boat because the last thing we want is a mechanical issue to mar your vacation.

 

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