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Search: Posts Made By: BobIdyll3
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 07-23-2004
Replies: 6
Views: 5,078
Posted By BobIdyll3
roller furling vs hanked on headsails

I think furlers are the way to go, hands down. I have a cutter rig on my 65'', with both genoa and staysail on furlers. The staysail is self-tacking, so upwind work is just turn the wheel, no ropes...
Forum: General Discussion (sailing related) 07-12-2004
Replies: 11
Views: 1,695
Posted By BobIdyll3
Shortage of slips

S.F. Bay has plenty of marinas, some are full, others are not. There is ready vacancy in SF Bay for any size up to about 65'', costing $5.50-$6.50/foot/month.
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 07-12-2004
Replies: 4
Views: 995
Posted By BobIdyll3
sail type?

I doubt it''s straight Kevlar, as that would also be covered with a mylar film. Some years ago sailmakers experimented with a kevlar/dacron blend that was beige, but it would have been the same on...
Forum: Gear & Maintenance 07-12-2004
Replies: 9
Views: 6,151
Posted By BobIdyll3
Yanmar installation manual

You should be able to buy the manual from the same dealer that sold you the engine. If not, do a quick internet search for other Yanmar dealers. The manual will cost something like $75.
Forum: Learning to Sail 07-08-2004
Replies: 16
Views: 3,338
Posted By BobIdyll3
Bosuns chair

It gets my head right at the top of the mast so I can just peek over, and my arms have no trouble doinbg whatever is needed.
Forum: Cruising & Liveaboard Forum 07-05-2004
Replies: 5
SSB
Views: 1,226
Posted By BobIdyll3
SSB

If you''re on a budget, I think the SSB is not necessary. The trip is short, along a coastline, and there are many places to stop in Vietnam if bad weather threatens. And besides buying the SSB, you...
Forum: Learning to Sail 07-05-2004
Replies: 16
Views: 3,338
Posted By BobIdyll3
Bosuns chair

I''m not a fan of the ATN type climbers, as they require a static line to climb, which limits how much you can move about. If you want to swing out to the spreader tips on both sides, you can''t with...
Forum: Boat Review and Purchase Forum 06-27-2004
Replies: 4
Views: 1,289
Posted By BobIdyll3
SF Bay - California Coast down to Central America

Your thinking is good, but it''s too soon to buy- you really don''t know what you want yet. Spend some time sailing as many different boats as you can, and you''ll learn a lot about what you like and...
Forum: Learning to Sail 06-23-2004
Replies: 5
Views: 1,530
Posted By BobIdyll3
ASA vs. US Sail

It''s clear Jeff has experience with and a preference for US Sailing, but lacks firsthand knowledge of ASA programs. Having been a certified instructor under both systems, I would not be so quick to...
Forum: Boat Review and Purchase Forum 06-22-2004
Replies: 1
Views: 860
Posted By BobIdyll3
36 or 38

I have owned both a 1985 Catalina 36, and a 1984 Catalina 38. Very different boats. The 36 is much roomier, wider aft, more comfortable, more stable at sea, and heavier. For most folks a better bet...
Forum: Seamanship & Navigation 06-22-2004
Replies: 4
Views: 1,829
Posted By BobIdyll3
San Fran to Los Angeles NON-STOP

Am I too late? Have you already done the trip? I''ve done it both ways a few dozen times, in a variety of boats, and would be glad to put my two cents worth in...
Forum: Learning to Sail 06-22-2004
Replies: 5
Views: 1,530
Posted By BobIdyll3
ASA vs. US Sail

US Sailing is racing oriented, and is the authority on racing in the U.S. ASA is more cruising oriented, and is perhaps more aligned with the larger charter companies. Both have similar school...
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