reaing your blog a hot summer dodger looking good We will be up in oct for show would love to get together Boat is about done Hunter for sale now as soon as sold we will move other to coast to not have two slip fees a month
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Thanks Veranda for your comments in Zen Group...I have so much to learn. Can't wait to get my boat back in my slip, and back on the water...It is discouraging with such a major expense on the get go....I know about $ in the hole in the water...but I want to at least have a chance to sail a little...or should i say LOTS?
"I'm Ed Hart and own a 1964 Cascade 29. I just bought her and have not named her yet. I owned another 29, Hooligan, and circumnavigated in her. My boat is now on the hard in Rock Hall Maryland. According to the paper work, the hull was laid up…"
The halyard broke by chafe in the ring.
I was told by the rigger (Fastmast) that it is better to have the block a little over the D ring stay attachement like Sam. Franc has a block on the D ring which is very simple to install.
As you know I'm in the process of installing a furling Spi, so I'm very interested on this topic. Did the halyard broke because of the ring or because of the ufo (hope it is called that way :-)).
Another question: could it be…"