Sure, he store her two rigs as well and other boats. The Stearn mast is newly painted and the 4 spreader Sparcraft is in need for some TLC. She has been on the hard for two soon three years and will not move again until sold. I believe she is pretty original.SailBlueH2O said:Shop is a real head banger !
Ah remember when we had a winch for every string! And a different jib track for every time someone thought we were slow.
Hey Gary, was that "Mas Rapido"?
Gary Swenson Driving
The Ed looking like he is trimming
Me Pushing out the Main after hoisting the Kite in about 2 seconds....:lol:
And Vicki (gary's ex) in the bow
I think the photo is 80 or 81 nationals at CI Harbor.
And yes that is one of those early light weight Mylar kites, we called a "Quivering Cell" because in anything other than flat water they quivered and were not fun to trim or very fast.
No, but I have photos of a Farr 3/4 tonner that is slowly going to the knacker.Is this thread still alive? If so, I wonder if anyone has any photos of Silver Fox, a C&C 3/4 ton sailing in SORC 1983? (The C&C 3/4 tons had a '33 hull with a custom deck: twin foredeck hatches with a trench in the cabin for the spin pole.)
Amazing thread. Brings back lots of memories.