Re: mast spec and sail size for voyager 30

Ron Rogers

Getting your hands on clear quarter sawn fir/spruce in decent lengths is the challenge. A lot of the best goes to Japan as logs. We get aluminum trees - for Christmas too!

On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 1:46 PM Jay <lasttangle@...> wrote:
I appreciate your answer and see the overall length to be about 16 feet. Your friend built it out of wood???? That has occurred to me, a simple box section probably would suffice,
At any rate thanks for the information, it's really appreciated.

Jay Corzine - Author

Guide to Cruising Texas


245 Griffith Dr
Rockport, TX 78382


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Sent: Friday, February 28, 2020 8:10 PM
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Subject: Re: [WillardBoatOwners] mast spec and sail size for voyager 30
My mast is down currently. It’s a new mast a friend built for me a few years ago, but it works with the old shrouds, so the height must be reasonably close to original. It’s hinged a foot or two above the pilothouse top. 

Here’s the stats:

Scantlings are 3.5” wide x 3” deep at the base tapering to 2.5” x 2.5” at the crans, with 2” diam to the truck (tip top)

Height from the base (on the fore cabin top) to the hinge is 58.25”. From the hinge to the crans is another 118” with another 12” to the top.

Sorry, no sail or boom info. Hope that helps.


On Feb 27, 2020, at 12:16 PM, Jay <lasttangle@...> wrote:

The mast and sails have long since been removed from my Vega Voyager 30. I just wondered if anyone had any information about replacing the missing mast and sails?

Sean Eamon Kennedy
Vega Voyager “Moonlight”

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