"The usual rule for a traveler located on top of the cabin is that at least 50% of the mast is forward of the attachment point. If less, the effort to move the boom in order to trim the main becomes excessive, even in light wind conditions. I hope…"
Regarding through hulls: I did a few on my M-28. It is a straightforward if labor intensive process. If the old ones were bedded with 5200, a product called "Debond" will be very helpful. It unsticks the 5200. Then it is pound out the…"
Quick update: Gab and I sold our house in Fair Haven and moved about 5 miles due North to Atlantic Highlands. Since Lily is floating again on her new mooring in Atlantic Highlands Harbor, I have been sailing and looking for additional projects. The top three candidates are moving the traveler to the cabin top, adding swinging doors to the companion way, and adding a Bimini.I know a few M 28 owners have moved the travelers, and I would appreciate any comments. I am a little bit concerned about…See More
Owned by Chesapeake Bay couple for last 30 years impeccably maintained and upgraded. Listed at yachtworld.com/northpointyacht. Upgrades include power windlass, power winches, adjustable hydraulic backstay, lazy jacks, self furling jib, new dodger and bimini, electric head, salt water wash down hose, davits with starboard power davit winch. New Yanmar engine installed 2009. Like new signal marine indicators and interior cushions.