I have a CDI furler. As to your pointing question I haven't really noticed a major difference. It probably would depend on which side the wind is hitting the sail. Whether the rolled up side of Genoa is exposed to the wind or the other flatter side.
One thing I've noticed is that my boat...
I have a 150 Genoa on my 2000 MacGregor 26x. It was a replacement for one that got torn up in heavy winds. I believe the weight is around 5oz. The one I ordered from Doyle was for off shore cruising and I have never regretted the decision. Mine also has the Sunbrella protection strip. Don't let...
Prefab rail kits
I have a 2000 26X. I would think that a bimini would do the trick. You might want to add some support in the form of aluminum tubes or PVC running perpendicular to the existing aluminum structure.
Cost of Hiring Repair People
I once had some repair work done to the sprinkler system in my yard. The guy that did the work charged quite a bit but did an excellent job. He gave me a small screw driver with some advertising on it. The message read "Do it yourself and screw it up, or call me".
Robspan...Thanks for the help. I too have a 150 Genny so based on what you and others said (including the manual at 3/16" line) I think I'll try a compromise of 1/4" line. The procedure seems simple enough based on your experience.
Again, thanks to all who responded.
My CDI-F2 roller furling line is about to give up the ghost. Has anyone had any experience replacing the line. The CDI-F2 manual says wrap it about 20 times and then put through the hole and secure with a knot.
When my foresale is completely rolled in there appears to be quite a few wraps on...