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Length of Halyards Pacific Seacraft 34 & Would like to obtain arch. drawings

I would appreciate if someone can tell me the lenght of the various halyards for a PS 34 where the lines are led aft. This is a newly purchased boat that is at the moment quite distant from my home... I cannot readily take measurements, but would like to order line to bring with me during my next visit to the boat.

Also...has anyone got advice on how I may obtain the architectual drawings of this model (for framing).
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retomas,

This is what I've got in my records. I suppose you might find some variation with model year or if the rig is custom in anyway. Ours is stock 1996.

•Main Halyard: 96' (7/16")
•Jib Halyard: 97' (7/16")
•Staysail Halyard: 68' (7/16")

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Thank you for your infomation re: length of halyards

Forgive the late response...the system was preventing me from logging on...

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retomas,

This is what I've got in my records. I suppose you might find some variation with model year or if the rig is custom in anyway. Ours is stock 1996.

•Main Halyard: 96' (7/16")
•Jib Halyard: 97' (7/16")
•Staysail Halyard: 68' (7/16")

Dave Mancini
PSC 34 #305 "Swan"
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