The main reason we returned to Seattle when we did, was that a subcontractor had issued a manufacturer's recall for the aluminum frame of our boat's windscreen. We and four other boats had the refitting work done in Lake Union, Seattle beginning May 5, and it went very well. Even the broker joined in the fun. The Fox went first, and our screen was done in less than a day. Pity poor Anders, though, who arrived from Sweden to do the work. Suffering from jet-lag. Having to speak a language not his own. Being surrounded by a bunch of curious boat owners. Fortunately, GB had some tools that helped the project along, and all the owners pitched in where they could.*
Anders has a lot of boat building experience so he made it look easy, refitting the screens on 5 boats in 3 days, but it was by no means a "pop-it-off, pop-it-back-on" approach. A couple boat owners, just by watching Anders work, got the equivalent of a technical class in how one portion of a custom yacht is designed and built. Sweet.
* That is, where Anders allowed. Heh.