Fulmar mast

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Fulmar mast

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Can anyone tell me what the weight of a fully rigged Fulmar mast is please.


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Re: Fulmar mast

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Welcome to the WOA Forum.

Do let us know where you are berthed and sail number as there may be a Fulmar owner close to you.

For clarity, are you talking mast only, mast and standing rigging, mast, standing and running rigging or the full rig with sails.

Having not removed my mast yet, I cannot give you an accurate weight. I would estimate a mast with standing and running rigging would be about a quarter to third of a tonne.
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I wonder if that's the sort of information Trafalgar might have?
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Good luck with that: Paul at XW is very busy at the moment. I spoke to him the other day and he said he's fully booked up till May! He's very helpful though, and might spare you five minutes :)
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