The sail inventory includes an elderly but ‘bullet proof’ main hand-crafted by Glenn Housley in Annapolis, a 120% genoa with a ProFurl furler, a staysail with a Furlex furler and a spinnaker in a sock, all in good condition and in storage during the summers. When not up, the main is contained in a zippered sail pack on the boom.  The mast is aluminum by Isomat and stands 54' 3" above deck. The standing rigging is all new this year and the running rigging, all led back to the cockpit to a series of six Lewmar winches, is all in good to excellent condition, as are all the blocks and shackles. Five robust stainless winch handles and a portable electric Winch Mate take care of the tensioning.
When the boat was in dry storage during Hurricane Maria, the backstay was severed by a flying piece of zinc roofing which caused the mast to fall damaging the starboard life line and three stanchions. All have been repaired and all of the standing rigging has been replaced.