cutter rig

Published date: December 19, 2006
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

Have been getting lots of requests for this so I guess it's about time . I've coverted my mac19 to a cutter rig which I designed myself with a 4ft bowsprit with an extended bow pulpit & cat walk with step seat 2 cdi furlers second set of spreaders and a third set of middle stays which allows me to fly 3 head sails all together jib staysail genny, spin with my main approx 650sq ft of sail, cabin top jib,genoa track extra jib winches look closely at the pic's. New 26m pedestal wheel steering with the lots of help from Zavala "kevin" bimini top on 4ft genoa track

Published by: MS Classifieds

Model Year: 2006


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