San Juan 36 Sail Data

# X-SD-10166

Sailboat Description

36 foot baldheaded gaff rigged schooner.

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Boat Specifications

Builder/DesignerUnknown
Source of DataScaled from Printed Plan

Rig Dimensions

I
22ft
(6705mm)
J
n/a
P
14ft
(4267mm)
E
16ft
(4876mm)
I2/P2
20ft
(6096mm)
J2/E2
12ft
(3657mm)

Sail Data

Gaff Foresail

Luff13.5ft
Foot12.25ft
Leech19.25ft
Head10.45ft
Clew-Throat21ft
Stayn/a
Commentspanels should be oriented vertically and alingend with the leech and tabling and reinforcement patches should follow standards for voyaging sails described in the Sailmakers Apprentice

Gaff Main

Luff15.5ft
Foot17.5ft
Leech22.5ft
Head10.45ft
Clew-Throat22.75ft
Stayn/a
CommentsPanels should be oriented vertically and aligned with the leech and tabling reinforcement patches should follow standards for voyaging sails described in the Sailmakers Apprentice.

Staysail

Luff23ft
Foot14ft
Leech17.5ft
Headn/a
Clew-Throatn/a
Stayn/a
CommentsPanels should be oriented vertically and aligned with the leech and tabling reinforcement patches should follow standards fro voyaging sails described in the sailmakers apprentice.

*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 >

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