Bayfield 29 Sail Data

# X-SD-4794

Sailboat Description

L.W.L.: 21' 9" (6.60 m) Beam: 10' 2" (3.10 m) Draft: 3' 6" (1.07 m) Displacement: 7100 lbs. (3220 kg.) Ballast: 3000 lbs. (1361 kg.)

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Boat Specifications

Length29 ft
Builder/DesignerH. Ted Gozzard
Source of DataDesigner/Builder Sailplan

Rig Dimensions

I
34.86ft
(10625mm)
J
14.25ft
(4343mm)
P
30.5ft
(9296mm)
E
11ft
(3352mm)
I2/P2
n/a
J2/E2
n/a

Sail Data

Asymmetrical

Luff35.78*ft
Foot23.51*ft
Leech32.92*ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

Drifter

Luff35.78*ft
Foot25*ft
Leech31.27*ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

Genoa

Luff34.083ft
Foot20.67ft
Leech31.5ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsfurling genoa

Mainsail

Luff30.5ft
Foot11ft
Leech31.5ft
Head0.38ft
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

Staysail

Luff24.25ft
Foot13.17ft
Leech21ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

Stormjib

Luff17ft
Foot9ft
Leech14.25ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

Yankee

Luff33.33ft
Foot15.67ft
Leech25ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
Commentsn/a

*A computer algorithm was used to determine this figure based on partial data (usually the I, J, E, and P). These data points should be carefully checked. More Details >

Please Note: Most of our sail dimensions are based on class rules, designer blueprints, or measurements of sails. These dimensions are intended as starting points only. Sailboats are not all uniform, even from the same designer. We recommend carefully measuring your boat if you are uncertain about dimensions.

All dimensions are intended to be maximum and smaller sails are not wrong.

We've limited our listing to the sails most commonly used, but these are not the only ones appropriate for a given boat.