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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Perttu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 June 2012 at 17:13
Where exactly does the boom brake, around the most aft blog?

Have a look of this gybe around 2:15 mins https://vimeo.com/44588613 - true winds 20-22 knts, loads are not that high.



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I have added now full cockpit traveller (Harken gear + Easymatic 8:1 two speed system)  to S/Y Lee. First experience is immensely positive, 355 really likes to have more twist than you can actually generate with std 2 blogs on the roof. We did approximately 50 nm with winds around 7-14 knts...




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Originally posted by panos panos wrote:

Hi,

Mid boom sheeting is IMHO just for the B-boats : 80% in a marina, 15% motoring and 5% sailing with perfect conditions only.

Well... Even Swan had mid boom on some old models
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Perttu,
That's a really nice solution.
I am considering that on my 470 since i really miss the possibility to play more with the main trim.

Do you have problems with the sheet catching the compas pidestal ? 


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Hi,

They (Swan) even tried in mast furling. Does this mean that in mast furling is acceptable?
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Originally posted by pearl pearl wrote:

Perttu,
That's a really nice solution.
I am considering that on my 470 since i really miss the possibility to play more with the main trim.

Do you have problems with the sheet catching the compas pidestal ? 




Cheers, that is something I was slightly concerned. But in reality there is plenty of room (20-30 cm)... I will also use Wichard boom brake so gybing should be comfortable as well...
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@petru: very nice job. I am only a little bit concerned on the strength of the attachment point under the boom. IMHO a belt around the boom would be better and stronger. I had this attachment in one previous boat ( at the boom vang) and after getting loose, finally the boom lips opened and the vang got loose - nobody got hurt.

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@ Panos
About the boom sheeting. Look at this Wally 130. 

The main sheeting point on the boom is not that far off the Hanse minboom sheeting. Just an observation. Personally i prefer the system you have on the 630. 

But you could convince me to take the Wally instead Tongue

I think Hanses are mini Wallys anyway.
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Hi again,
If Hanse used a double tapered carbon fiber boom I wouldn't reject the middle boom sheeting so much
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