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Scarlett is no longer for immediate sale. I want to enjoy another season - however much of it we get to have of it - with her, and her replacement likely won't be afloat until 2021. Anyone interested in buying Scarlett for next season, however, is welcome to contact me: email@example.com...
Scarlett, a New Rules all-carbon 2008 build by Andy Paterson to the Morrison 1 design. Sistership to Europa Cup winner. Still close to minimum weight. Slide and carriage by Razorback. Superspars 5520 carbon mast, newly recoated; all other spars carbon. Two Dynamic laminate mains, in full-size and he...
I won't be going to the Worlds in Australia. Scarlett (GBR 311) my Morrison 1 Canoe, will be available to travel in the UK container subject to the buyer arranging this by the container commitment deadline of 8 March 2020. So Scarlett is for sale, but for delivery after 6 September 2020 , i.e. follo...
- Mon Aug 26, 2019 7:11 pm
- Forum: UK Forum
- Topic: WEST KIRBY SC OPEN EVENT 31/8 & 1/9 2019
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How can you miss it? Tony's 50th Canoeing year; at his home club; enlivened with a barbecue on Hilbre Island (northern outpost of the Royal Canoe Club, still with Canoes in store dating back to the Rob Roy / Baden-Powell era in the late 19thC). We're talking more than a hundred years of Sailing Cano...
- Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:27 pm
- Forum: How to......
- Topic: DM20 dyneema for shrouds ...
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About the jib boom. Could be that there's too much tension on the leach for lighter conditions -> ease off the line to the leading end of the boom to allow more twist. Or, less likely, that the way you have rigged it allows the foot to be pulled back too far, taking out fullness low down. The sheet ...
I have a 2.5mm wire main halyard, without a halyard lock. Would dyneema (or similar) be -similarly non-stretch -same diameter or bigger -lighter or heavier? If stretch is an issue how does a masthead lock work on an internal halyard? What's the most reliable? - almost equally important to me are - w...
- Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:54 pm
- Forum: World Championships
- Topic: XX World Championship 2017
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Happy to do so if somone explains how. Clicking on the 'vote for this photo' link, even when signed into facebook, doesn't seem to work. Is it enough just to 'like' it?.