Sorry about that! this is an up and down forum for responses, so don't take it too personally, OK? Welcome!
It sounds like you've got a handle on the gear aspect. Wish I could help on the info side.. I'm a total newbie, and live in the Dallas area. I may be in over my head, cuz my life is...
Well... I measured mine, and they are 30", 24", and 18" long. They are 5/8" wide. Evidently I'm missing rubber tips that prevent wear, and I've seen them at West Marine. Hope this helps. I'm a newbie, but thought someone should reply.
Off the Vagabond 14 site, I'll bet this has been posted before, but forgive me the repetition.
At the vagabondsailing site, under How To, the last entry is "Make a H-14 Mast Float". Looks very doable. Has anyone here actually...
Talk about sour grapes! Mooseman... it's apparent your disatisfaction runs deeper than just your concerns, and I guess you feel dissed by the lack of communication from Catalina regarding your unhappiness regarding the 14.2, and quick communication to sell you... I get that. Did you know...
Correct on the correction! Please forgive the musician in me, I'm no engineer, obviously! Where in Argentina do you live? I've been to Buenos Aires, and it remains my favorite city in all of the Americas. Craig
I've noticed that every centerboard photo in this forum has a short pin through the centerboard serving as a stop. Mine has an integral stop. Anyone have any info regarding the originality, history of this style? Many thanks! I've gotten so much from this forum.
Here you go! both sides of the latch system (the nut is peened so as not to come off the bolt, hence the sanding job around the area). The top of the hatch simply slides up in a recess behind the teak crossmember.