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Search: Posts Made By: Tweegs
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 11-12-2012
Replies: 5
Views: 498
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Centerboard damage.

Perhaps there was some other stuff in there eherlihy, but I didn’t see any evidence of it, just bits of resin. The rudder bearing was cast out of pure resin also. I noticed it crumbling at haul out...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 11-11-2012
Replies: 5
Views: 498
Posted By Tweegs
Centerboard damage.

We’d been having issues raising and lowering the CB. Towards the end of this season things got markedly worse. Thought I’d have the folks at the marina drop it at haul out and see what gives. ...
Forum: Racing Videos 10-12-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 4,008
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Knock Down!

I fly the main during a race on my boat (too chicken to drive), and do the same.
Pop the traveler, trim in hard, ease it out relatively quick on the other side.
Much easier on the gear…and any...
Forum: Racing Videos 10-12-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 4,008
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Knock Down!

That boom coming across at 3:11 almost gave new meaning to the term “Deck sweeper”.

1:04 was the knockdown, that boom could have clobbered someone good there, too.
Forum: Racing Videos 10-12-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 4,008
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Knock Down!

And...
Here is the view from the boat doing the floundering :D

Wild Ride Team Race 2012 Fails - YouTube
Forum: Racing Videos 10-09-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 4,008
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Knock Down!

What I found amazing was that this boat (J-35) went on to cross the line first in their class, correcting to second, and they took a third overall.

What makes a finish like that even more unlikely...
Forum: Racing Videos 10-09-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 4,008
Posted By Tweegs
Knock Down!

We were a stake boat for one of the last races of the year.

Temps in the upper 40’s.
West winds at 18, gusting to 24 knots true.
Waves 1 to 3 feet.

At our mark, the 2nd, racers were rounding...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 09-16-2012
Replies: 23
Views: 1,400
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Seeking interior laminate advice

From what I could see in the pics, the damage looks relatively minor. I would try using a product like “Liquid Gold” or “Old English” that you can find at most grocery or home improvement stores. ...
Forum: Racing 07-23-2012
Replies: 21
Views: 2,921
Posted By Tweegs
Re: new 120% genoa

Here’s how it broke down for us on a 40 footer:

The Dacron sails, main and 135 genoa, were going around $2700 each. With a re-cut here and there they were expected to last 20 years. They will...
Forum: Racing 07-12-2012
Replies: 19
Views: 1,957
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Rigging up an A-sail

At 19k displacement she’s a heavy beast, and very tender. She’ll go over 25 to 30 degrees without much thought or provocation at all. Given that, we had the sail maker (Doyle) come out and look at...
Forum: Racing 07-06-2012
Replies: 19
Views: 1,957
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Rigging up an A-sail

Appreciate the feedback.

Treilley- Yea, I spend a fair amount of time on those sites. Lots of good general info there, but not much on racing the boat.

Zz4gta- We’ve got a ton of work to do...
Forum: Racing 07-05-2012
Replies: 19
Views: 1,957
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Rigging up an A-sail

It's an Irwin 39, not many of them out there.
Forum: Racing 07-05-2012
Replies: 19
Views: 1,957
Posted By Tweegs
Rigging up an A-sail

We’ve discovered that the JAM credit doesn’t nearly compensate us for not flying a spinnaker/Asym, and in order to get in the game, we’ve got to start flying a kite (our local race series doesn’t...
Forum: Racing 07-02-2012
Replies: 14
Views: 2,522
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Centerboard position - keel/centerboard Tartan 37 upwind

That’s been my experience as well.

Also, on a reach in heavier air, we tend to add a little more centerboard to help keep us from slipping sideways, and trim the sails for balance.

Lowering the...
Forum: Racing 07-02-2012
Replies: 14
Views: 2,522
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Centerboard position - keel/centerboard Tartan 37 upwind

I think you are referring to moving the center of lateral resistance (CLR) to help balance the helm (usually to tame weather helm).

Here is a good article on the subject:

Helm Balance – Center...
Forum: Racing 07-02-2012
Replies: 14
Views: 2,522
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Centerboard position - keel/centerboard Tartan 37 upwind

On my boat in particular, yes, we can point OK in about 5 knots true with the board up. We can come up a little closer with the board down, or partially down, but we can lose up to half a knot of...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 06-28-2012
Replies: 20
Views: 1,989
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Adding couple more layers of varnish

One of my woodworking rags ran a test on finishes. Epiphanies came out on top of the finishes they tried (which did not include the Pettit).

Downside is the Epiphanies is about 50 bucks a quart...
Forum: Racing 06-28-2012
Replies: 25
Views: 2,422
Posted By Tweegs
Re: What class is my PHRF boat? A,B,C

For boats without an official, measured rating, our club uses this to assign a temporary rating.

http://offshore.ussailing.org/Assets/Offshore/PHRF/Hi+Lo+Mean+Report+September+19+2011.pdf

Yours...
Forum: Racing Videos 06-25-2012
Replies: 0
Views: 805
Posted By Tweegs
Relentless race 12, 2011

I believe I posted this in a thread some time back.

Last race of the 2011 season.

We started in 5~10 knots and as we rounded the second mark to weather, we got slammed with gusts in the...
Forum: Racing 06-22-2012
Replies: 14
Views: 2,522
Posted By Tweegs
Re: Centerboard position - keel/centerboard Tartan 37 upwind

We have an Irwin Citation 39 CB, similar to the Tartan, that we race.
Under 10 knots apparent we leave it full up.
We start lowering it as the apparent winds build. By 20 knots apparent it is full...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 01-06-2012
Replies: 22
Views: 7,521
Posted By Tweegs
To be honest, I haven’t started yet. We have a...

To be honest, I haven’t started yet.
We have a small farm, and with it, a small Maple syrup operation that consumes all of our time for the month of March. Since my boat has been up on the hard,...
Forum: Racing 11-02-2011
Replies: 116
Views: 14,731
Posted By Tweegs
Heartbreaker for Telefonica though…Man, right at...

Heartbreaker for Telefonica though…Man, right at the end, too.

BTW
Anyone playing the game that goes along with the race?
Forum: Racing 10-07-2011
Replies: 23
Views: 2,731
Posted By Tweegs
Over a couple of beers, we found out exactly what...

Over a couple of beers, we found out exactly what happened on that rounding.

The first boat to round had a new guy on the foredeck. Because we were in heavy air, their intent was to reef the main...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 10-07-2011
Replies: 21
Views: 4,296
Posted By Tweegs
I’ve been asked that before, why we put bottom...

I’ve been asked that before, why we put bottom paint on here, and I really don’t have a good answer.

If you look around the marina in the spring, at the bee hive of activity going on, you’ll see...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 10-06-2011
Replies: 21
Views: 4,296
Posted By Tweegs
We had the sails cleaned last winter and the sail...

We had the sails cleaned last winter and the sail maker (Doyle) rated the main as in poor condition and the head sail (155 genny) in fair condition.

A 40 knot gust blew out the main for us early...
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