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Re: Crealock 37 Wheel to Tiller Conversion

Marc,
A little off the subject, but I see on your web site that you recently converted to internal halyards on Crazy Fish. I plan to do the same next month, how did the conversion go? Any details you could provide would be appreciated.
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Re: Crealock 37 Wheel to Tiller Conversion

Steve

Internal Halyard Conversion has not been done yet but soon...
Mast is scheduled to be pulled this Friday (April 5) and work will likely start next the following Monday.

Not sure how much I am going to participate in this activity as work will be busy the next the few weeks and I will be out of town Sunday night thru Thursday night.

Chris Catterton of CC Rigging will be doing most/all of the work.
First time the mast has been off the boat since she was delivered in 1989.
New wiring, new LED lights, NMEA cable for B&G Triton wind instrument, new sheeves, etc.

Oh... had the boat out for about 8 hours yesterday. Really enjoyed sailing the boat with the new tiller, so much feedback compared to the wheel.


Marc Hall
Crazy Fish, Crealock 37, Hull 207
San Diego
Crazy Fish - Maintaining, Upgrading and Sailing a Crealock 37
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