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 on: September 10, 2016, 09:39:10 am 
Started by Patient Man - Last post by sonosail
Hello, out there,

I am trying to figure out how tall my mast is (the boat's in the water).  Does anyone know how tall the mast is  on a 1977 C & C 29?  Supposedly they made two rigs and I have what was called the "tall rig."

Thank you for any help you can give me.

Patient Man
You should be able to get it within an inch or 2. You need a 50' tape and day without too much wind.
rb

 22 
 on: September 10, 2016, 05:52:54 am 
Started by Upstairsdave - Last post by Upstairsdave
Greetings,
I had a hole in the side of my boat that I filled in with PC-11 marine epoxy. It's ready for paint. I'd like to know how to apply Gel coat paint and if it is necessary to use a primer on the epoxy and existing gel coat that I have sanded to create a bond. The area I need to paint is no bigger than 10 sq inches. Can I buy the primer if needed and gel coat in a spray can or only in brush on cans? Matching the color is another can of worms. Perhaps a auto body shop would have the products I need.
Thanks for your insight.
Dave

 23 
 on: September 09, 2016, 04:12:03 pm 
Started by Patient Man - Last post by Patient Man
Hello, out there,

I am trying to figure out how tall my mast is (the boat's in the water).  Does anyone know how tall the mast is  on a 1977 C & C 29?  Supposedly they made two rigs and I have what was called the "tall rig."

Thank you for any help you can give me.

Patient Man

 24 
 on: September 09, 2016, 03:41:36 pm 
Started by 29palmsailor - Last post by 29palmsailor
Also, any info you or anyone can give me on the Mason 63 in general would be great, as we are looking at the possibility of buying the Mason 63 for sale in San Diego so I'm doing as much research as I can.

 25 
 on: September 09, 2016, 03:39:46 pm 
Started by 29palmsailor - Last post by 29palmsailor
Your info on the Mason 63 says it was first built in 1988, but there's one on Yachtworld that says it was built in 1984.  I contacted PAE enterprises who was unable to tell me specifically, but did mention that perhaps there were only 6 or 8 of the Mason 63's built.

Can you please look at your information and help me find out if your site has an error in the date the Mason 63 was built or if my broker has an error?  Would be thrilled if they were first built in 1988.

 26 
 on: September 09, 2016, 11:09:07 am 
Started by dansailv - Last post by dansailv
We own a ridas 35, and it has 2100 kg in the keel. that makes a ballast percentage of 37.5 percent.

Would you like to add this information to the ridas 35 page?

 27 
 on: September 08, 2016, 10:16:56 am 
Started by jensenm90 - Last post by jensenm90
I called again today. Please call back when you have a chance.

 28 
 on: August 29, 2016, 01:31:01 pm 
Started by wellenbeisser - Last post by sonosail
Hi all,

apologoies if I might not have found the correct forum or function, but instead of searching only by LOA, designer or alike, the most important criterion for a sailing boat where I sail is its beam, limited by very narrow berths and scarce places in marinas where you would have to wait for 20-30 years to get a berth.

So just a thought, or, perhaps I just didn't find how it goes: Does there exist any possibility to search by BEAM as well? And I do not mean to search by LOA and then look through all record I have found...

Thankful for all hints ;D

wellenbeisser

No.  Sorry.  You can't do that at the moment.

rb

 29 
 on: August 29, 2016, 12:12:37 pm 
Started by wellenbeisser - Last post by wellenbeisser
Hi all,

apologoies if I might not have found the correct forum or function, but instead of searching only by LOA, designer or alike, the most important criterion for a sailing boat where I sail is its beam, limited by very narrow berths and scarce places in marinas where you would have to wait for 20-30 years to get a berth.

So just a thought, or, perhaps I just didn't find how it goes: Does there exist any possibility to search by BEAM as well? And I do not mean to search by LOA and then look through all record I have found...

Thankful for all hints ;D

wellenbeisser

 30 
 on: August 23, 2016, 06:38:12 pm 
Started by jensenm90 - Last post by sonosail
I'm going to call you again in an hour or so. Hopefully you're around.

Talk to you then.

M

I does work occasionally. If the message is especially trivial in nature.  Anything important, forget it.

I'll talk to you tomorrow.

rb

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