[Public-list] Spreaders and sails

C.B. Currier cbcurrier at spinrx.com
Wed Nov 24 09:45:28 PST 2004


Congratulations on the boat.
I am the incoming racing chairman for the Chesapeake Bay Association.
There are quite a few sailmakers you can goto for sails & this list will
spin you in many directions to sail makers.

My Preference and an incentive:
Haarstick Sailmakers in NY was in Annapolis for years is offering a fleet
discount on sails for the alberg class. If we purchase 4 or more We get a
25% discount on the list price of the entire purchase.

This is a fall discount & needs to be executed soon.

If you want to know why I like the sails I can address this in a different
message. Suffice to sail they are much better than the chinese sails north
is now producing for pennies.


Bill Maddox who owns and races Limerick can produce aluminum spreaders for
the boat. He has an ad in the yearbook and is listed there as well.

C.B. Currier
Infinity #57
Daybreak #458

irene hoffman said:
>    I  just  bought  Alberg  30  hull  #26 - Mystique - and am planning on
>    replacing the sails and standing rigging.  I had a few questions.
>    Does  anyone  have  any  ideas on where to purchase already made class
>    legal metal/aluminum spreaders or do I have to get them fabricated?
>    I  have  heard  that  there is a sailmaker in Annapolis, MD (where the
>    boat is) that gives discounts on Alberg 30 sails?  Or is there a local
>    MD sailmaker that anyone can suggest - trying to keep costs down?
>    Also any standing rigging advice would be appreciated - does the class
>    allow adjustable backstays?
>    Thanks, Irene Hoffman
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