- Dec 7, 2018
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Why not?Yes/no? Why?
So many things. What boat , the H25.6?Nah, big genoa too much grinding I weak - singlehanding. Fathead, big roach, small overlap say 135%.
Yes, no backwash is what I thought but I'd do it on a masthead rig too, like the big Swans do.
Buddy tells me he gets no hit from PHRF for his extra large roach (Martin 242 main on Niagara 26), wonder if that'll apply to fathead too.
Dan, no, I intend a long crane, possibly fab'd from titainium by an ex-workmate from the bicycle industry who builds bikes with the stuff.
I disagree.If you main can be tacked with a single backstay in place, then by definition it is not a fathead.
Especially for msthd rig w/inline spreaders! Frac, not so much. Watched buddy do his on Niagara 26.Don't underestimate the engineering thats needed to design and build a crane like that. Or the importance of your backstay!
By that definition fair enough. I always considered a fat head and a square top the same thing, but if you’re used to describe a roschy main sail then OK.I disagree.
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You're right the Swan is frac but one still could, and I would, fathead a masthead rig.
Guy wanted 29k Cdn for that Hunter. Apparently some one bought it. Yikes! There's one I can't access, (and at the rate things are going prolly never will!) in Seattle for 64hun USD.
Especially for msthd rig w/inline spreaders! Frac, not so much. Watched buddy do his on Niagara 26.