All went very well during my two days of test-sailing. The new designed worked out great. Very very good speed in side-wind. Better than expected.
After day one, I tweaked the boat a little.
- Tilted the mast some degree backward to get the stearing more neutral.
- Changed the main sheet to be able to tighten it hard. (Need to do more here later)
- Changed position of the jib a little to reduce twist
- Tightened the trampoline some..
- Used the cunningham some more
- Changde max angle of jib track
Some weeks ago I built re-designed Coolblaster for my sailing boats. This one is lighter loader and room for more drinks than before. Used a powerbank for power. Plexi glas for strukture and a mc-stereo mp3 usb aux stereo 🙂
Room for 6 large cans or 8 small 0.33 litre cans & the stereo.
The shipyard is ready for more custombuilds! Also Chryz10 is repaird and ready for sailing again!
Chryz Outlaw Will get some serious improvments. Have started removing things today
Yesterday it was hot but really bad wind. But Henrik came along and shoot some clips you can see I have mixed in below. Thanks. He used his Retro-racer-boat.
Tweaks and todoz
Water stay turnbuckle needs to be on the other way
Main sheet was little too hard
Action cam needs to be higher
GPS must be in center
Xtreeme workshopping. Lots of progress today. But run out of stainless screws. More shopping tomorrow 🙂
Is it too big for the garage?
It’s going slow with Chryz Outlaw. Too many other things with the house to handle. But the hulls are taking shape. Very soonish they are ready for glasfiber!
Trying to workout how all the lines should go. This is just a start 🙂