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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brufan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 January 2019 at 14:38
Prices : roughly 2000 EUR for 60 m Stormlite cableless Code 0 or code 1 (+ 50 % if laminate)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mopoulter Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 January 2019 at 15:28
Originally posted by Brufan Brufan wrote:

Prices : roughly 2000 EUR for 60 m Stormlite cableless Code 0 or code 1 (+ 50 % if laminate)
That is a bit small for a 370 I figure. Suggest somewhere in the 80 range. A genoa is about 50 sq m.  Plus get it made of something like AirX, not nylon.
Here is Canada this would be about 5000 EUR. Rather expensive but if you do point to point racing it is a really good weapon in light air when others are struggling with their genoas.
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Just received a quote from Quantum. About $7500 plus cost of furler.  EXPENSIVE!
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Hi All

It is also worth remembering that a true code zero is designed in such a way that it rates as another spinnaker as opposed to a big headsail which is going to increase your handicap considerably.

A code zero will have a half height width which is at least 75% of the foot width. Any less and it is no longer a spinnaker in terms of rating.

If you are not racing there is no need to consider this and not needing to design in this way will allow the sail makers to create an easier and generally more functional sail.

Hope that helps

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Originally posted by Yeoman Yeoman wrote:

Hi All

It is also worth remembering that a true code zero is designed in such a way that it rates as another spinnaker as opposed to a big headsail which is going to increase your handicap considerably.

A code zero will have a half height width which is at least 75% of the foot width. Any less and it is no longer a spinnaker in terms of rating.

If you are not racing there is no need to consider this and not needing to design in this way will allow the sail makers to create an easier and generally more functional sail.

Hope that helps

Phil
Where I am you can carry as many spinnakers as you like so there is no penalty. In the Mac races cruising class you are limited to two spinnakers so if you go with a true code zero you can only carry another traditional one. Still no penalty unless you carry 3 Wink 
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ouch !!
not sure my other post got posted  but a Code 0 off a Melges 32 is pretty close if you can find one used like I did you can get it cut and save $6500.
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My Code 0 is around 65sqm and I think that this is a good size. For upwind I doubt that a bigger one will be possible, maybe masthead up to 75sqm. 

I'm happy with that size since a Genua 1 would be around 40sqm. It fits perfectly to our HA Jib with 32sqm. 

We have a Selden Size 2 furler which is loadwise on the bigger size but the diameter is nice to have for furling. 

A great addition to our HA Jib and symetrical Spinnaker. I don't care about penalties for racing......

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Mine is a mast head I also have it on  Selden Sprit.  No furler that is what fore deck crew is for.
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