I use a small plastic cleat with stainless screws, drill pilot holes and put a drop of 5200 on the threads. I unexpectedly tested it in 36 knot...
I will quit sailing when I die at the tiller
I see this turning in to a royal cluster flip and the losers are going to be us.
I guess you could say when I'm hiked out like that I am mostly overboard
When fully hiked out I need an extension, I sit as close to front of the cockpit as I can
I'm just up the road, if you need help feel free to ask
A good skipper with an average boat will usually beat a poor skipper with the best boat.
Don't sell yourself short.
Someone much smarter then I suggested that learning with substandard equipment results in substandard training.
I have never adjusted my rig to set the clew, I adjust goose neck and halyard location. The clew ends up where it ends up. If it's getting buried...
A boat, is a hole in the water, you throw money into.
All of them
I thought about it.
Then I said screw it and went sailing. Waste of energy and just makes a mess.
I had the same thing, used a sheet rock saw to cut the foam.
Try Chris Cole at Loong Sails firstname.lastname@example.org
I got a really nice green white from him
Take your mast and put it in the water and see if water is getting in.
I sealed the caps with 3M 4200
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