I've been looking for the same info for a while now. There are a number of t-29 owners on the great lakes
, and another couple on Champlain. I have been in touch with only a couple of them. I also exchanged a couple of brief emails with the designer
, in search of engineering drawings, but to no avail. The boats are just too old I guess. Have to make my own
I just brought it home in November.. bought it online! I jumped in with both feet-- I don't even know how to sail yet, but determined to learn as soon as it warms up. I haven't even been on the water
with it yet-- It was on the hard
with the mast
up in Chicago when I bought her in Late October. There's a little work to do on mine before it hits the water
, so I'm hoping for an early spring. It's down here in Port Lambton on its trailer waiting for me to show it some attention. Too cold right now though.
I've been contemplating starting a t-29 owners forum on the internet
, but since there are only a hundred of them, and probably 20 are no longer, and only 20 percent of the remaining owners are computer savvy, and likely only 50 percent of those are english-speaking. you get the picture... still, there's a couple guys on sailnet.com and the tanzer mailing list on yahoo.. the community might grow to maybe 20 people.. what do you think?