Just thought I’d share what I slapped together in a couple hours with what I had left after a liquidation sale. Got caught up in a selling frenzy and when all was said and done I didn’t have a sailable sunfish!!!
A quick finish up on a patch and few coats of rustoleum. I made due with some cheap...
I recently sold a boat that had a diy golf club shaft tiller extension. I immediately regretted selling that one. I’ll be replacing that ASAP, already have a couple old shafts, now just need the time.
I’ve never done it myself but I’ve heard small diameter pvc can be used as a cheap tiller...
Im sure you can find others but this is what your looking forhttps://westcoastsailing.net/brummel-hook/
Here’s a shot of mine with the sail rigged high enough I don’t need to worry about the littles on a tack or the board in its highest position.
Might be a good way for your next excursion (yeah I seen the video).
This set up may solve a couple issues you had.
A bonus to this set up is when the...
Well that’s better then the landfill, and beats sleeping on the couch. I got an eye out for a bow rail.
I really see the allure of the mariner even though I haven’t sailed her yet.
The captain and 1st mate are anxious to go boat camping. So as time permits this lowly deckhand will be getting...
I could be wrong, but being homemade it only had to be weighed and inspected initially to get a vin#. Once that is completed it’s treated just like any other trailer.
It just says homemade on the regi.
Although I do know what you mean, it’s seems every one got a story why they don’t have...
Look what followed me home...
I tried to shake it, but every time I checked the rear view mirror it was still there.
My condition may be worsening, they are starting to get bigger.
1974 O’day mariner 2+2