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New Mast and Boom Quote

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A264 Clytie says:

To keep a track of costs I received the following quote from Sailspar this week.

Note: they are offering a 10% discount off the below prices during the Southampton boast show.

Weekend specification mast

F67 Section (118 x 82 x 2 x 2.05 kgs/mtr) in one unjoined length 24’6”
Anodised Silver
Deck stepped
Cast masthead riveted to section with sheave for main halyard
Sheave exit boxes for topping lift, jib and spinnaker halyards
Internal tangs using T terminals for 2 Cap shrouds and 4 lower shrouds
Forestay attachment
1 set of aerofoil spreaders on through bars
5 Internal halyards through heel casting for leading aft
1 spinnaker pole topping lift uphaul exit box
Fixed eye for spinnaker pole.
Electrical conduit to masthead with messanger
Track gate for sail slides
Hinge heel with incorporated sheaves for leading halyard aft
Attachment for kicker
Complete £1,230.00

Optional fittings
Tri-white light (12v) £187.00
VHF aerial with wind indicator £123.00

Main boom
F36 (Section size -52 x 71.6mm)
Inboard boom end with 3 sheaves and jammers
2 slab reefing bailes, kicker baile and mainsheet baile
Gooseneck fitting with tack hook, toggle block and tack shackle.
Outboard boom end with 3 sheaves and provision for topping lift.
A complete boom that has 2 internal slab reefs and a clew outhaul

Complete £298.00

Standing Rigging
1- Forestay in 5mm 1-Backstay in 5mm
2- Cap shrouds in 5mm
4- Lower shrouds in 5mm

Wires are Stainless steel 1 x 19 construction have swage terminals fitted to upper with lower ends left over long.
Sta-Lok bottlescrews supplied loose for fitting on site.
The bottlescrews are chromed bronze with Sta-Lok stud uppers and strap toggles bottom

Complete £560.00

Running Rigging
Main halyard
Topping lift
Genoa 1
Spinnaker 1
Complete £275.00

Delivery ESTIMATE £350.00 - £500.00 depending on the size of the load

8:24PM, 19 September 2013 PDT (permalink)

busy home [deleted] says:

Cheap , only £3000.
Merlins is a stronger uprated spar and was lots more,
73 months ago (permalink)

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