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  For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (davidww1)
Posted: 10:53:52 am on 9/12/2011 Modified: 9:49:23 pm on 2/14/2012
 
For Sale

Main for Mk III/IV in CX by Triton Sails of Mississauga, a laminate that Keven Piper of Haarstick describes as "indestructible as long as you don't let mildew get into it". Keven described it as "a bit draft-aft", but this is still a good solid main with lots of time available on it. Has been stored for the last five years in anticipation of cruising that never happened. Full-batten. Note that the battens are 106", 96", 63" and 34" long; Canada Post will not ship anything over 2 meters long (78.74"), so a purchase by someone within pickup distance of Toronto makes more sense. $600.00 firm. SOLD

2 Spinlock XA double rope clutches with Starboard bases shaped to fit a 27's coachroof. Orig. about 180.00 each, pair $120.00. Includes  spare handle. SOLD

1 single Spinlock rope clutch, new in box, $40.00. SOLD.

Genco cockpit canopy, white, with supporting poles, bag. Some mended chafing, but otherwise quite serviceable. SOLD.

Shipping, if required, is extra.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (Jeff)
Posted: 10:17:42 pm on 9/12/2011 Modified: Never
 
David do you have any pictures of the cockpit canopy?


Thanks,
Jeff

C&C 27 Mk I #4
Clockwork
Port Stanley, On.
  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (davidww1)
Posted: 9:55:15 pm on 9/13/2011 Modified: Never
 
No, sorry. However, it is based on 2 2-part poles, one secured to the backstay, one on top of the main. The poles are sleeved into the canopy, which ties off at several points on its length to the lifelines. The centre of the canopy is held up by the main halyard so that it sheds rain effectively.

It's not fancy, but it's an effective sunshade and as protection from light to moderate rainfall.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (KenPole)
Posted: 4:55:39 pm on 9/23/2011 Modified: Never
 
Hi David. Is that main still available? I'm sort of interested and expect to be in TO over Thanksgiving Weekend. Best.

Ken Pole, Ottawa
1975 Mark III Santiva

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (davidww1)
Posted: 5:36:26 pm on 9/23/2011 Modified: Never
 
Yes it is. I, regrettably, will not be here. If you want to look at it, though, I'm sure we can work out something whereby you can pick it up, look at it and either keep it or return it.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (capricous)
Posted: 1:59:56 pm on 9/29/2011 Modified: Never
 
Hi David
Also interested in the Main
let me know if you need another buyer
Thanks
Dana


Capricious Mark 3 Hull #599


  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (Allan Bray)
Posted: 10:24:40 pm on 1/27/2012 Modified: Never
 
Just wondering whether you still have that pair of twin rope clutches for sale.

Allan Bray


"Risque", Sail # 525


1984 C&C 27 Mk V

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (davidww1)
Posted: 11:33:30 am on 1/28/2012 Modified: Never
 
Yes.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV

  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (CharlesM)
Posted: 11:30:12 am on 1/29/2012 Modified: Never
 
Too bad about the canopy.  I was interested.  Would you have a picture of it.  I have a Mark II and just bought some sunbrella fabric and am looking to construct one.
Anyone have canopy plans to share.  I want one that goes over the boom.
  Re: For Sale: mainsail, rope clutches, canopy (davidww1)
Posted: 12:04:28 pm on 1/29/2012 Modified: Never
 
Gotta be quick in the canopy business. Here are two pics [1] and [2]. It's just two poles (which come apart in their middles) in sleeves at either end of a flat sheet of light sailcloth. There are two rings to attach a bridle that in turn attaches to the main halyard to raise the middle so it sheds water, and a zipper at the aft end to get around the boom topping lift. Ties to the lifelines hold it down. There are also drop-down sides to keep the sun out of the cockpit. It's not brilliant, and doubtless it could be improved on, but it does the trick.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV