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|11-20-2009 05:47 PM|
|CrazyRu||Just side notice. It seems like sticks are from Freedom, at least mast steps are. Each of them right now cost about $15000-$18000 new, or $3000-8000 used. There is a lot of value in this boat...|
|11-20-2009 04:43 PM|
|Stillraining||OK here are a couple pictures|
|11-20-2009 03:50 PM|
|marujosortudo||cruisersforum got hacked yesterday and is down right now.|
|11-20-2009 03:17 PM|
Either cruisersforum has taken those pages down, or the links are fubar. They're not working today.
A canting keel is a nice concept, as long as you balance it against "critical high power moving parts extending below the waterline" and the extra ways that can break a boat.
|11-19-2009 03:39 PM|
I know nothing about her at all. Not much comes up on Google either.
Any info would be good to read.
|11-19-2009 07:46 AM|
Red Herring was an extremely famous boat. This is not just some throw-away. She is a living piece of history. Wooden Boat did a great article on her some years back. She has a very good track record. I am not sure about the insurance issue, but a boat that is this well documented should not be that difficult to insure and would be a real kick to own.
|11-19-2009 07:13 AM|
|tommays||I think your looking at 100k to finish as its pretty radical and a bit of and experment i can see some serious insurance issues|
|11-18-2009 09:04 PM|
Originally Posted by CrazyRu View Post
|11-18-2009 08:53 PM|
Originally Posted by Stillraining View Post
These are freestanding masts. There is no rigging, so they can not be deck stepped.
They are not short for this type of rig either.
|11-18-2009 08:23 PM|
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