Sunday, December 11, 2011

The Boats

1984 Com-Pac 16
"Puppy Luff"
It took a bit of work to make her beautiful, but she was quite the head turner. A dark blue hull with tan bark sails.

A wonderful, stable, well made vessel to trailer sail. We added a 155 genoa along with new genoa tracks to get better low wind performance. Other improvements included new trailer tires, a tongue mounted kicker mount, new trailer jack, and some new bottom paint.

1988 Com-Pac 19/II

"Miss B's Haven"
We enjoyed the Com-Pac 16 so much that when we were ready to go to a bigger boat it had to be the Com-Pac 19. It is fairly easy to trailer and very forgiving under sail. It is designed to be sailed with very little heel and it has a roomy cockpit. The cabin isn't huge, but it is comfortable for two people for multiple nights at anchor. We made some changes to the interior to make it easier for Mike (6' 2") to sleep more comfortably and give us a minimalist galley.

Wrinkles Com-Pac 23/3


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