41374Re: carbon fibre option for small masts and sprits
- Jan 3, 2005--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Peter Lenihan" <peterlenihan@h...>
>The bulk of the epoxy use
> however,is yet to come since neither the outside nor inside haveHi Peter,
> been treated with it so far nor has the rood been installed.
Where are you planning to install the rood? Right next to the
captains bed I suppose and alongside the invisible rope chest?
When I observe Windermer's beautiful bottom with box keel and that
absolutely magnifique centerboard I can't help but wonder if it is
still not too late to lower that deckhouse height, add a small
pilothouse, maybe some extra batteries for ballest, and install two
beautifully hand-carved eastern spruce masts! Just imagine how much
glop you will save, let alone the cost of all that interior plumbing,
cabinetry, glitz and glitter, hot tub and expensive motor.
All you need is a bucket, a hammock and a big cooler mate! You could
be out sailing along the shores of the mighty St. Lawrence, in the
schooner Windermere by the time most the ice is out. And all you will
need is the T9.9 Yam and you wouldn't have to stop once you reached
Quite this "estuary cruiser" nonsence before it is too late!
Best of the Year To Ya!,
From along the shores of Moose Jaw Creek, where the temperature has
risen 10 degrees to a balmy -25.
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