On Friday, April 20th, the Northwest Rigging crew traveled to the shores of Lake Washington to fix furler issues aboard a 90’s vintage Hunter 43. It was a Pro-Furl brand furler and the owner reported he had been using the winch to deploy and furl the genoa for many years. That did not sound right. […]
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Great day Sailing! A pretty light northerly, just enough to keep us moving along at an average of about 3 knots. We did a day sail over to Port Madison, tacked over to Edmonds, then back down to Shilshole. It was a gorgeous day to be out on the water, especially with the regatta going […]
On Friday, march 29th, Northwest Rigging’s crew unstepped the mast on a beautiful 1978 C&C 48. This boat has been restored to beautiful condition twice, but the rod rigging was original. The owner has no plans to race her and chose to switch to wire rigging for a significant savings, rather than replace the rods. […]
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