C12 - TL70 - Brazil

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Re: C12 - TL70 - Brazil

Post by Jaysen » Thu Oct 24, 2019 7:29 pm

Well, I don’t think such a thing is really done. Let me see what I can find!


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Re: C12 - TL70 - Brazil

Post by Jaysen » Thu Oct 24, 2019 7:57 pm

I can’t find anything like what I’m suggesting. Give me a day to draw it and post. Want to be a little less “beer influenced” before I set pencil to paper. 😁
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Re: C12 - TL70 - Brazil

Post by DuEholic » Thu Oct 31, 2019 7:32 am

Hi Jansen,

We try to understood and we get your idea, which actually is one option we are considering.
We also receive another suggestion, which would be: Fit the sail directly on the mast (as Laser sail are ready for that), so this part will be fixed and we won't have to raise the principal, and as we are talking about a small boat, and if we need to quickly "close" the sail, we pretend to fix the boom in a way we could bringing it boom back against the mast.

Sorry for our delay to answer, we are currently in a remote place without a great connection.

Have a wonderful day and thanks again for your support:-)

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Re: C12 - TL70 - Brazil

Post by Jaysen » Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:58 pm

That’s how my sprit rig works. I think you’d be fine with a laced on sail.

Good luck!
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Re: C12 - TL70 - Brazil

Post by DuEholic » Mon Nov 04, 2019 6:56 pm

:D :D
good night Guys ! Thanks so much for the help ever! We are already almost 80% of our CatBoat .... I have questions about floating! Is any additional floating plan required? as used in Optmist? thank you very much ?

Is it easy to divert the boat if it happens?

regards !!!
thanks so much !!!

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