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  1. Having had the similar problem with auto crash (look I know it’s not a boat ) but the out come will probably be the same you will wish you had let the insurance company cover the repair because once you settle with the guy that hit you on a dollar value and get into the repair and it turns out to be c can of worms (no pun intended) your on the hook for what ever happens next not to mention the time you personally put in to make the repair and what if it can’t be saved. Take it to a boat yard and get some professional estimates that would be the way I would go about it mark p.s. It will save you a lot of headaches.
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  2. Pictures would help. How is the hull shape? If the damage has allowed the tortured into place plywood to move, it may not be even remotely a simple repair. If the shape is good, then glass/epoxy repairs might just do it.
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  3. Here is a shot of the mast partner on the S12 here at the shop. Graham would know the story on it probably. It does not hinge like I thought but does allow for stepping the mast starting at the bottom and rotating it up so at least you don't have to balance it as high up in the air but perhaps not really worth it for an S11 with the lighter stock mast. This one has wing nuts underneath so would be a chore to open and close very often. We have never opened it.
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