Yes we do.
After the first tack, I thought the jib was self tacking, but then I saw him working it on the following tacks. That's smooooth!:pimp:
I would get mine at Boulter Plywood near Boston. For the PA area, I don't know, but it should be available.
A quick Google search for "marine...
What are your measurements?
You've posted in the big boat forum, so I'm thinking you're companionway opening is pretty large.
That cradle looks like it has six stands. Two midship will probably be ok to back off for painting.
I'm with 907Juice, you need a bow stand and a...
What do you mean by undocumented vessel? No bow number? How long can you get away with that in Massachusetts?:badbad:
- Will (Dragonfly)
No doubt. That's a concern.
What happens to your battens and the roach and the backstay?
By "higher", it would be geographically higher, not quantitatively higher. This means, more of the force applied to the mast would be higher...
I've been thinking a lot about how to carry a tender for Dragonfly. At 19'2", she's not what you think of as tender needy. It's about the kind...
It can be interesting to have an inland homeport painted on your stern.
As suggested above.
Paint everything as is, then, when paint is set, ask the yard to shift the boat forward or back the length of the pads....
Is that what my wife is doing? I thought I was just lucky.
My ideal homeport would be somewhere I can get "there" from here. Sailing is an adventure that takes you places. Best is if those places are...
I would like to see pictures of your boat. Looking at images online of the O'Day 20, it looks like plenty of headroom under the boom. [IMG]...
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