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Just wanted to mention that masts and booms are not really 'brand specific' and you should look at sites like Sailboatdata.com and Mauiprosailing to glean rig dimensions of various similar boats.

A used rig that's 'close' (dimensionally speaking) but from another boat/design may do just as well.
 

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welcome aboard! I'm wondering why this old boat needs a mast and boom?
 

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You might consider finding an abandon boat of similar dimensions in a marina and make an offer on that.
 

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Farr 11.6 (Farr 38)
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Welcome to SailNet.

welcome aboard! I'm wondering why this old boat needs a mast and boom?
If this is the Cal 36 from Annapolis, she lost her mast in the last race of the beer can series while in first place. She was T-boned by another boat from the class ahead. The mast and rigging was worth more than the boat's declared value so shevwas totaled despite being in great shape otherwise but was bought back by the owner's crew. This boat had a custom double spreader rig if I remember correctly.

Jeff
 
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