When I bought my Chrysler 20 in 2003, it came with an extra boom laying upon the trailer frame. The boat came from a powerboat yard, so it didn’t belong to anything they owned, and they said take it, so, of course, I did! And as it turns out, it’s a PERFECT FIT for the cut down Trac 16 sail, so we have a boom. We’ll test with and without, just to see which works best.
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- “There aren’t too many small boat voyagers left, and we are they. Those of us with experience sailing, paddling, and rowing light expeditionary craft on adventuresome treks have a bit of a duty to set good, seamanlike examples to those who are paying attention to what we do, both to further the passion, and ensure that those who follow our path do so in safety. For they, in turn, will be the ones to further the passion in years to come.”