Subject: Re: [harryproa] Re: Mast raising
From: "Mark Stepehens" <>
Date: 7/6/2006, 7:30 PM

A Visionarry is brought in sinlgle handed towards the waiting trailer. The skipper casually pulls two pins, the boat folds and the bows locate in the trailer guides. The skipper jumps off, attaches the trailer winch, hits the remote and stands back as his pride and joy lifts secury in place. A couple of tie down straps and he's off with a big grin.
I'd give a great deal to be that delighted :>)
Damn, forgot about the rig. There's always something that gets in the way of a good idea.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Shanahan
Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2006 11:26 AM
Subject: [harryproa] Re: Mast raising

> Making a Harrigami fold is difficult enough but a sail onto the
trailer Visionarry I suspect will remain a dream. It is a very big
boat. If you only intend to trailer a few times a year you may be
better off building a simple Visionarry with plug in beams and expect
to spend a day or two loading. Of course I would be delighted to be
proven wrong.
> Mark

Sounds like a challenge, Mark!

What would you give to be that delighted?

And what would constitute proof for you as in "proven wrong"?



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