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Re: Newbie from Southern Chesapeake Bay

I'm not familiar with the Com-Pac rigging systems. I've seen a lot of home-made rigging systems for the Catalinas, both the 22's and 25's. They are pretty slick. But I still don't think I've heard about anyone actually rigging their boat in under about 45 minutes. In that regard, it is not like a powerboat (unfortunately). The Com-Pac system may be better; like I said, I'm not familiar with it. You might want to wander over to the Com-Pac owners section and ask folks how long it takes them to rig/derig (or is it unrig?) their boat, this way your expectations are set at an appropriate level, and this way you're getting first-hand information (rather than my bad information).

When I was toying with trailering, most of the guys told me that unless they were weekending, the idea of rigging and breaking down everything really put a cramp in their desire to go out. Now, that meant that most of the time, they were taking weekends away, and they and their significant others were OK with that concept. If that's your plan, then it may not be so bad.

Believe it or not, despite how my comments may be perceived, I'm not against the idea. I just want to make sure you understand what you're getting into. I'd hate to see you buy a 20-25' boat with a trailer for $XXX thinking you'll be venturing around the bay, and then hate it because of the time it takes to set up, especially when $XX could have gotten you a more comfortable boat, and the extra $X could have paid for a slip for a year or two. There are a lot of trailer sailors out there, and if you're OK with the advantages and disadvantages that go along with it, then that's great.
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Cool Rigging question

I am replacing 27 years ol original standing rigging on my Bayfield 36' cutter.
Even though the old rigging appears to be in excellent condition, I want to replace it in preparation for offshore trips. Replacing stays, lower and upper shrouds presented no problems at all, but 4 intermediate shrouds which are supporting mast near inner (2 on each side) stay have obsolete T terminals which are no longer made. I wonder how much, considering their good appearance, I will compromise the integrity of the mast if I don't replace old intermediate shrouds.
Any comments, advises will be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Newbie from Southern Chesapeake Bay

I think you meant to create a new thread, not reply to my introduction. Maybe the forum database has a problem?

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Re: Newbie from Southern Chesapeake Bay

You should look at "Sailing to Nowhere" on meet up. We take our boats out weekly year round all we need is an excuse I sailed the first of January just like I do every year, most of us have smaller cruisers and a bit less speed but we don't care, we just enjoy the sport.
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Re: Newbie from Southern Chesapeake Bay

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You should look at "Sailing to Nowhere" on meet up.
I'm sorry, "Sailing to Nowhere" and "meet up" mean nothing to me. Are those web sites? sub-forums somewhere here on SailNet? I have no idea what you're talking about.

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