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Old 21-08-2018, 03:32   #301
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we have extra factory installed stbd winch. works well and no probs handling screecher singlenhanded on both tacks.

Overnight we got most weather so far. Consistent 40-50 kn seen max 55 kn. 5 cats and 1 mono in anchorage our boat smallest. Screecher held up without a glitch.


Thank you. Very helpful.
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Old 21-08-2018, 20:22   #302
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Without uv coating, are you worried about leaving the sail up all the time? Also, I have a gennaker, what is the difference between that and a screecher?. Mine is also on a furler looking exactly like yours. Clew of sail has velcro to sort of hold it wrapped when furled.
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Old 21-08-2018, 20:32   #303
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Without uv coating, are you worried about leaving the sail up all the time? Also, I have a gennaker, what is the difference between that and a screecher?. Mine is also on a filter looking exactly like yours. Clew of sail has velcro to sort of hold it wrapped when furled.
screecher gennaker, same thing to me. As I see it, it is just larger jib, another level of reefing. Say for upwind, up to 15 kn app - screecher, up to 20 full jib, up to 26 1 reef in main, etc, as per lagoon manual. It is 76m2, carbon. UV protection is that white stuff, apparently some high tech material, forgot the name. It is around 0.5m wide. See pic. It appears no rain comes thru either, as I have checked recently. Mold is killer for carbon sails. Maybe it is actually done well, still not sure.

I will have it on when in sailing mode, not really all the time. And is especially good in super light winds as it does not collapse even in 3kn app.
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Old 22-08-2018, 07:13   #304
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Looks like you have a high tech sail and sort of a cover. Mine is just dacron, and has nothing along the leech. Might be worthwhile for me to contact a sailmaker. I have had my boat for 2 summers now, and I just put this up 2x. I usually have very little help sailing, so if I have someone with sailing experience, easier to use.

One issue I had is that it was hard to furl. I have a very short continuous line that came with the furler, and basically had to lay on the trampoline to keep it from coming out of the groove, the angle to pull on seems critical. Then it also seems that part way through the furl, the wind would catch some sail and it would completely unfurl on me.

I was worried about leaving it up and having it unfurl on me. Your idea of putting a 'lock' through the furler is great idea. Any other tips are appreciated.
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Old 23-08-2018, 01:10   #305
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Looks like you have a high tech sail and sort of a cover. Mine is just dacron, and has nothing along the leech. Might be worthwhile for me to contact a sailmaker. I have had my boat for 2 summers now, and I just put this up 2x. I usually have very little help sailing, so if I have someone with sailing experience, easier to use.

One issue I had is that it was hard to furl. I have a very short continuous line that came with the furler, and basically had to lay on the trampoline to keep it from coming out of the groove, the angle to pull on seems critical. Then it also seems that part way through the furl, the wind would catch some sail and it would completely unfurl on me.

I was worried about leaving it up and having it unfurl on me. Your idea of putting a 'lock' through the furler is great idea. Any other tips are appreciated.
you can check my blog, scroll down 3 posts or so. there are all pics of my setup. Note that it took many bottles of merlot to figure gennaker setup out.

I would verify first that your boat can actually handle forces that are required by gennaker. If you go upwind, your leech has to be very tight and that requires some real force in halyard. You can choose not to go against wind that sharp, if you not sure.

https://www.yit.nz/yacht/papiga

we had today nice passage, managed 50 % apparent with gennaker only. My wife is screaming at me why it took me so long to figure out.
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Old 07-09-2018, 00:20   #306
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Whatís not to like [emoji16] https://youtu.be/gBdPnXzg-6c
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:12   #307
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I could be wrong but I believe both sails are what lagoon calls "code 0". That is (allegedly) an upwind sail. Those are very flat and can reach 40AWA if properly setup, halyard tighten like crazy. That's the very best I can do with mine which looks pretty much like Jbinbi's. I would expect a gennaker to be slightly bigger and of course not that flat, typically meant for say 90AWA.
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Old 06-01-2020, 03:22   #308
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Hi Scottster. Stumbled on this thread then checked out your channel. Great info I must say.

Any updates?

Keep up the good work.
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Anybody know what happened to Scottster (OP for this thread)?
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Old 21-02-2023, 08:21   #310
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Have a 380 and love it as well. Very happy for you!!!
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Old 21-02-2023, 08:24   #311
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Anybody know what happened to Scottster (OP for this thread)?
I think he moved to the relevant Facebook groups just like most people (for brand / model related info)
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Currently in Australia headed to Tasmania.
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Old 06-05-2023, 22:11   #313
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Have a 380 and love it as well. Very happy for you!!!

Just to revive an old thread.

Like many people here were are dreamers but getting closer and closer to our dream - still 5 years [emoji25]

Now is seams that some multihull aficionados(read: dreamers) prefer the larger multis maybe for the space, but how does the 38 - 40 foot multihull go? Are they still the goods for long cross ocean passages? Are they stable, does the hobby horsing get a bit much?

I ask as Iím reading the bumfuzzle blog, only half way through their first year, and they sail quite happily on their 35 footer.

Some insight into this would be appreciated?

For context. Itís only the missus and myself. We are still novice but do have a bit of experience club racing other peopleís boats. We are content with smallish spaces, we are often on the road exploring with our small off-road camper - just upgraded with a nice lithium setup complete with Victron fanboy gear.

Cheers all.
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Old 07-05-2023, 11:52   #314
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Just to revive an old thread.

Like many people here were are dreamers but getting closer and closer to our dream - still 5 years [emoji25]

Now is seams that some multihull aficionados(read: dreamers) prefer the larger multis maybe for the space, but how does the 38 - 40 foot multihull go? Are they still the goods for long cross ocean passages? Are they stable, does the hobby horsing get a bit much?

I ask as Iím reading the bumfuzzle blog, only half way through their first year, and they sail quite happily on their 35 footer.

Some insight into this would be appreciated?

For context. Itís only the missus and myself. We are still novice but do have a bit of experience club racing other peopleís boats. We are content with smallish spaces, we are often on the road exploring with our small off-road camper - just upgraded with a nice lithium setup complete with Victron fanboy gear.

Cheers all.
Check the early YT videos of TheSailingFamily, IIRC around 2009/2010.
They sailed a 380 and posted a few detailed videos when YT wasn't yet a big thing.

Larger boat means more effort to clean and maintain, less time & money for nicer things.

We have a Lagoon 380 and simply love it.
The only thing we don't like is the round salon settee. There is simply no place to stretch out. Otherwise perfect boat.
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Scott feel free to join looking to add everyone I can find with a 400 to help create a wharehouse of knowledge about our vessels!
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