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Whitby 42

We have photos of three of the four Monitors we've sold to Whitby 42 owners, and we have two photos of a Saye's Rig installation.

Images of Saye'sRig: 2

Images of Monitor: 6

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Saye'sRig
"Talisman" - Norfolk, Virginia

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Saye'sRig
"Talisman" - Norfolk, Virginia. Note the interference between the airvane mast and the mizzen boom. This can be eliminated by shortening the mast so the sail is under the mizzen boom swing. NOTE: The sensitivity bar should be raised about 2 inches and the clutch assembly should then be lowered so the link is horizontal - the mechanism is way out of adjustment in this photo.

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"Lion's Paw" - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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"Lion's Paw" - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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"Maya", Kozebue, Alaska. Shad Dusseau's 2005 Monitor installation. Obviously, the dinghy doesn't stay on the davits during deepwater sailing... 

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"Lahaina Roads" - Charleston, South Carolina. Dave Allman's 2009 Monitor installation.

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"Lahaina Roads" - Charleston, South Carolina. Dave Allman's 2009 Monitor installation.

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"Lahaina Roads" - Charleston, South Carolina. Dave Allman's 2009 Monitor installation.