Three sectional mast

Published date: October 8, 2007
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

Ned Miller asked me awhile back for this so I hope it helps I extended my mast from a two section 23'10" mast to a three section 28' mast the rig now has 36" bottom, 24" middle spreaders 14" jumper struts . 5 sets of shroulds , 4 forestays can fly 4 head sails with 12 differnt combinations this rigg is as solid as it can get great for heavy weather sailing, will be adding a second set of chain plates & poss. a second back stay this winter now that I have it all tweak out!!. on the go right now is a traveler mounted on a rear arch !

Cheers John

Published by: Highlander

Model Year: 2007


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