Just something to think about, there are a few stores online which have new old stock sails which can be purchased for significantly cheaper than having a new one commissioned. Yes, yes they aren't going to be 100% built for your rig, but we took a lot of measurements and then just reached out to a few places with our numbers and after a bit they got back to us with what they had around and we were able to get a supremely nice roller furling headsail, sunbrella even in the right color for our canvas, for 300$usd shipped! 44 foot luff and a 16 foot foot. On the hunt for a main now.Ouch, so in other words for staysail, main, and genoa I'm likely looking at close to 20k Canadian new? Definitely not an option unless I magically come into money. I've got to start looking at used options maybe!
Yes, all my headsails seem to he converted hank on sails. I wish they were left with the hanks, honestly. Definitely a little too much draft in the middle.
Main is a partially battened older one with again too much draft in the middle but not completely blown out yet.
Hull- yeah, very rough. I'm actually sailing north to haul out at Lund in a few weeks, going to do new bottom paint at that point.
And yes, fixed 3 blade, fairly sure it's a Campbell Sailor. Incidentally, have you heard of prop antifouling paint? Someone reccomended something called "propspeed" to me to keep mine clear of growth.