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We hauled a Tiki 38' by travel lift in March. We were having a pre-purchase survey done; neither my partner nor the surveyor saw any flexing. I had been concerned about the hulls rotating in. NOTHING HAPPENED!
It was a little TIGHT entering the slip where the lift picked it up . . . 6" each side, but all went well. Only one point, make sure that the boatyard has foam pads to protect your shear-line/rails from the straps. Other than that it worked well.
PS. Make sure your lashings on the beams are TIGHT!
hi, we did it in uruguay, with 4 men and a good ladder; the biggest problem is the aft mast; the fore one is more simple as you use tha aft mast as a crane.