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Old 30-07-2008, 12:16   #1
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Derigging a Ranger 33

Hi All,
just wondering if anyone has derigged a Ranger 33 or might know of someone that might have had it done........I had a quote for derigging at about $2000 in Long Beach.......

What's involved.......a crane that holds the mast while all the stays and shrouds are let go and then layed on deck......simpletons view of course...
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Here it's about $200. Lake Ontario, NY State, Ontario.
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Old 30-07-2008, 20:01   #3
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Here it's about $200. Lake Ontario, NY State, Ontario.
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If you are unstepping the mast.....make sure that YOU disconnect the wires leading up. I have rewired my share of masts where the yoyo's in the yard just cut the wires...they don't care...they won't see the boat again....
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Old 30-07-2008, 21:32   #5
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If you are unstepping the mast.....make sure that YOU disconnect the wires leading up. I have rewired my share of masts where the yoyo's in the yard just cut the wires...they don't care...they won't see the boat again....

Thanks Chief....yeh I figured to keep an eye out for that..

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Also....you can make sure ALL of your rigging and hardware goes with the boat
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Find a friend with a larger boat, rig a gin pole off his mast and you will have it down in a hour or so. We did it with our Morgan 35 took about and hour each way.
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Find a friend with a larger boat, rig a gin pole off his mast and you will have it down in a hour or so. We did it with our Morgan 35 took about and hour each way.

Thanks for that...that's why I can't understand why I'm being quoted $2000 for a de-rig...ggrrr
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Hi all...in case you were wondering I paid $800 (plus Crane) to get the boat de-rigged professionally and the prepared for shipping in Long Beach....not a bad price
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