|Subject: Re: [harryproa] Thinking towards bigger and better boat|
|From: Doug Haines |
|Date: 4/16/2008, 5:54 AM|
On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 9:56 AM, Doug Haines <doha720@yahoo.
> Looking at a Harrigami WW, with 13,14m Harry LW. How acccom in this - two
> big singles OK instead of two doubles. seating cockpit 4 instead of 6 is
> good too.
> Also how about a schooner easy rig. Thinner mainsails so to fit the jib boom
> of aft mast and main boom of forward mast in the central space in line with
> each other for free swinging 360 degrees unimpeeded. With e the extended LW
> but there should be enough space without putting masts too near the ends, or
> also keeping thebeams linked to the masts.
> I don't want to miss the advantages of either type of rig - so have both!
> PS had a cruise down coast 2 nights, 3 days, saw penguin , albatross, 4WD's
> on beach - like a highway dwwn there.
> Changed mind about rudders needing to kick up - breaking a pin would
> probably do.
> Alos rob - how much is harrigami plans or would that be a harry plan set?
No problem putting smaller ww hulls on bigger lw hulls. Easy enough
to change the accommodation, although harrigami had cockpit for 4 and
small doubles/big singles so not much to change. Price is $3,000 less
the price of your El plans, plus gst. Great that you are doing some
sailing, wish I was.. Did you sleep onboard? At anchor or on the
beach? How far south did you go?
Two easy rigs are probably more hassle than they are worth, but you
are welcome to try. By the way, I am ordering some Polycore next
week. If you want to share the freight, let me know.