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Re: How to mount a lateen to yard and boom

Sailing kayaks do exist. I think Hobi makes one. It has out riggers.
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Re: How to mount a lateen to yard and boom

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Sailing kayaks do exist. I think Hobi makes one. It has out riggers.
Yes I know but they are way too much money, I found my kayak floating in the bay about two years ago, looked for the owner set it out on my dock, no one claimed it so I got a free pamlico 145t. total amount invested so far, $0.00

Anyway Im going to switch to a forum more appropriate for the sailing kayak. Ill be back once I get a crusier
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Re: How to mount a lateen to yard and boom

For even more money you can get one of these.

My club has one of these, I can't wait to go out on it.

The Pamlico 145 is a good boat to start with for this project. Look at Cheasapeke light craft they used to have plans for amas, rudders and lee boards needed to do make this work.
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Re: How to mount a lateen to yard and boom

This looks like an awesome rig.

Kayak & Canoe Sailing Rig: Ultra-Light, Easy to Assemble and Launch!
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