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Chris Cope
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Australia
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Posted - 15 December 2009 :  1:25:01 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As the 2010 Endeavour Nationals approach the brains trust aboard the Hagar are beginning to focus upon tuning the old girl up and trying to extract a bit more boat speed out of her.
To this end Rod, myself and with a bit of help and advise from our sailing master, Old Pete, we have been busy each weekend looking at the rig as well as all the running rig, sails etc. We have made no new sail purchases this year past and feel that the sail locker, while not a good as most of the E24 & E26's it is in fair shape and should serve us well. Our main aim has been to fix and replace all the small things that can or may fail and cause grief.
The final tuning of the rig will be done at Gosford after we arrive by Rod, who will re-set the rig tension with our Loose shroud calibration tool. This little devise is a must for making the rig even for tension as well as that recommended by the blue book or your sail maker. Rod has all the shroud settings documented. My final job will be giving all the blacks and moving fittings a good spray and wipe with silicon. Rod and Pete have set up an new system for reaching with the jibs and Pete has spliced all these ropes as well as the new kite halyard. The final job before departure will be having the diver give the hull a wipe over.
Chris.
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