|Subject: Re: [harryproa] Re: Rare Bird Sailing|
|From: "Peter Southwood" <email@example.com>|
|Date: 8/10/2007, 1:48 PM|
----- Original Message -----From: ToddSent: Friday, August 10, 2007 7:36 PMSubject: [harryproa] Re: Rare Bird Sailing
I like the idea of the unstayed mast. I just think of it a giant
windsurf mast. Mast could be made for specific design
characteristics. You could have whole line, race ,cruise, and
weekend worrior ;) Either way the bend of mast and twist of sail
would seem forgiving and more efficient on a "vertical" rig.
I only wonder what it will do under bare pole gale force wind in
8metre seas? Thats a general question what would any boat mast that
I might buy do under such circumstance.
--- In harryproa@yahoogrou
ps.com.au, "proajunk" <laburnumho@ ...>
> Mast Bend
> A stay from mast head / top of jib to the windward hull may help,
> without unduly compromising the weather-cocking abilty of the rig.
> The mast would still be designed for full load without, the stay
> would just to reduce the bounce.
> What do you think?
> (I have a Hirondelle cat, boy do I hate those nasty stays, not
> allowing me to spill wind. It like driving with an acelerator
> 3/4 throttle, don't thik car drivers would accept that one, why do
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