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Westerly Cenatur 26 boom and mast info

Hi guys,
I really need a hand. i am looking to clarify some data on the size of the grooves in the mast and boom for my head sail of my Westerly Cenatur 26 Sailboat. It seems like there might have different types for different years but i am not positive. I wish i could go down and measure them but currently it is not possible. I also am trying to find out what bolts or sliders or rope line people are using with sizes.

Your help will be greatly appreciated. I know how to take the measurements but cant get down to the the boat itself.

I am trying to order a sail but need to confirm this info.....

Please let me know if you have a Westerly Cenatur 26 Sailboat and you would be willing to help me our.

Your time is appreciated.
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Re: Westerly Cenatur 26 boom and mast info

Tall order, esp if Westerly used different suppliers at different times. Providing the model year might make someone better able to help you.

Also.. there's the issue whether or not (after all this time) the mast and boom are 'original'...
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Re: Westerly Cenatur 26 boom and mast info

Ok Thanks,

The boat is 1976.
In addition, the rigging is still original and has not changed.

Thanks for the tips
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Re: Westerly Cenatur 26 boom and mast info

Very active owners assoc. here CLICKY
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