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Date Posted: - Friday - 10/26/07 - 7:27am
Author: Mike Anthony
Subject: Props and rigging
In reply to: ben millett 's message, "props and rigging" on - Friday - 10/26/07 - 12:53am

Ben,

We own Tivoli, #85. last year I put in a new Westerbeke 64A with new prop and shaft. The prop is a RH 18' X 15" and it pushes us very well in all conditions.
Im not sure if bulking up the rigging is good, she was designed for a specfic size, however, I am certainly not a Marine Engineer. I can check the sizes on tivoli this weekend and email them to you if you want. Good luck with all your work.

Mike and Paula
S/V Tivoli

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