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Ericson 35 - cradle

Anybody could get me information where to find an existing building plan for a steel cradle for an Ericson 35-3 1984, with a 4'11'' draft ?

Question no 2
What is the lenght and size of a spinaker pole for this same boat ?

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I'd check with one of the Ericson sailboat owner's groups. They probably can even suggest somewhere to get a cradle made, if you're not up to welding it up yourself. Same with the spinnaker pole.
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www.ericsonyachts.org - great web site, lots of helpful advice, and specs on the E35-3, including the "J" measurement which should determine the length of the spin pole. Or try mauriprosailing.com - they have rig specifications on every sailboat known to Man (well, not really, but most of them)

As to the tube diameter, and sailmaker or rigger can help you with that if you can't get the appropriate answer from the Ericson web site.

Good luck - the E35-3 is a great boat.

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