Originally Posted by Verities
I've had the boat five seasons. These two are the only shrouds that are short to adjustment. Rake looks good and mast is true. Cutter
rig with intermediate backs. On the hard
now and the mast on horses ready for anything needed to rectify. Wire and swages look good. Can't attest to last re-rig. Puzzling. Former owner may have had them on incorrect chain plate
attachment to accommodate.
Maybe I misunderstand your post - but it reads like it's been on the hard for 5 years. Maybe slightly hogged and just needs to be afloat?
pics show a keel
stepped mast - any marks on the step or on the mast at deck
level not quite lining up?
Yard guy helped step my mast. He worked stbd while I did port - I'd set all (open) turnbuckles to two turns at the chainplate end, my side the threads are even top & bottom coz I back-turned the upper threads two turns first.
Yard guy just turned until the threads started so the stbds are uneven. Lazy dummy.