Author Topic: Com-Pac Specs  (Read 6892 times)

Shawn Morrow

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Com-Pac Specs
« on: February 19, 2007, 06:10:55 PM »
This is copied from the old Com-Pac Owners Assoc site.  

*DISCLAIMER*.  When ordering parts, sails, etc,  it's wise to check dimensions yourself ON YOUR BOAT for accuracy.  CPYOA does not guarantee this information is accurate!
 
          Com-Pac Technical Specs
  

Basic Com-Pac Measurements
                     CP16  CP16/II     CP19  CP19/II      CP23  CP23/II     CP27

LOA                 16-00    16-11    19-00    20-01     22-09    23-11    29-07

Bow Spirt                    00-11              1-01               1-02     2-08

LOD                 16-00    16-11    19-00    20-01     22-09    23-11    29-07

LWL                 14-00    14-00    16-04    16-04     20-02    20-02    26-11

Beam                 6-00     6-00     7-00     7-00      7-10     7-10     9-06

Draft                1-06     1-06     2-00     2-00      2-03     2-03     3-06

Displacement        1,100    1,100    2,000    2,000     3,000    3,000    6,000

Ballast               450      450      800      800     1,340    1,340    2,500

Mast Hght ABV WL    21-00    21-00    25-00    25-00     30-00    30-00    35-08
                                                                              




Com-Pac Fleet Sail Plan
                 CP16   CP16/II      CP19    CP19/II      CP23   CP23/II     CP27

Sail Area/sq ft   115       120       188        196       232       250      328

Main/sq ft         72        65        98         98       114       114      155

Jib/sq ft          43        55        90         98       118       136      225

Genoa/sq ft        60        65       110        110       166       183      251

   P            16-03     16-03     18-09      18-09     22-09     22-09    26-10

   E             8-00      8-00      8-00       8-00      8-06      8-06    11-11

   I            12-09     12-09     21-09      21-09     26-00     26-00    31-04

   J             4-06      5-05      6-05       7-02      8-05      9-05    11-05

LP 110%          4-11      5-11      7-01       7-11      9-04     10-04    12-07

LP 155%          6-11      8-05      9-11      11-01     13-01     14-07    17-08

LP 165%          7-05      8-11     10-07      11-10     13-11     15-07    18-10

LP 180%          8-01      9-09     11-07      12-11     15-03     16-11    20-07

PHRF Rating       335       326       285        275       260       251      210

Portsmouth      107.5               100.2                 99-4                    



Com-Pac Yacht Rigging Sizes and Lengths
                    CP16   CP16/II     CP19   CP19/II     CP23    CP23/II     CP27

Forestay Lgth.             15-11.5              21-11             26-11.3    31-11

Forestay Dia.       5/32      5/32     5/32      5/32     5/32       5/32     3/16

Backstay Dia.                          5/32      5/32     5/32       5/32     3/16

Shroud Dia.         5/32      5/32     5/32      5/32     5/32       5/32     3/16

Main Halyard Lgth     41        41       51        51       61         61       81

Jib Halyard Lgth      38        38       51        51       61         61       81

Main Sheet            35        35       56        56       61         61       54

Jib Sheet Lgth        27        27       35        35       55         55       80

150% Genoa            55        55       43        43       60         60      100

Cruise Spinnkr        55        55       42        42       60         60      100

Main Halyard Size    1/4       1/4     5/16      5/16     5/16       5/16      3/8

Jib Halyard          1/4       1/4     5/16      5/16     5/16       5/16      3/8

Main Sheet Size      1/4       1/4     5/16      5/16      3/8        3/8      3/8

Jib Sheet Size       1/4       1/4     5/16      5/16      3/8        3/8      3/8

150% Genoa           1/4       1/4     5/16      5/16     5/16       5/16      3/8

Trailer Wt.          280       280      400       400      850        850    3,000




Courtesy of A BARKING DOG SAILORS LOG, Volume 1 Issue 2, March 1993

 


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Offline Capi

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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2011, 05:46:40 PM »
Hi Shawn,
This is really great tech stuff.  Many many thanks. Capi

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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2012, 12:19:41 PM »
On any of the lengths shown for the fwd sheet line, I'd add ten foot [ 10'-0" ] so it is possible to go around the lee side winch and back over to the windward side so one can hang onto the sheet more comfortably. It's nice at times to have enough line to cross the width of the hull.

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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2012, 05:29:31 PM »
I agree,  Skip. That's exactly how I sail Koinonia when I'm alone. Actually, I run the sheet around the winch drum and cleat it off on the windward side cleat. When I need to tighten, I do so, belaying pin style- uncleat the line leaving just one turn around the cleat, yank on the sheet while taking up the slack on the cleat, and recleat. It's much easier than it sounds.
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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2012, 10:19:52 PM »
Do you know what the weight of the masts are on the "16" & "19?"  I'm 70 years old and would be stepping the mast alone.
Does the mast step set up as a tabernacle?

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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #5 on: November 04, 2012, 07:57:04 AM »
I've got the mast for my 19 footer in the basement so I was just able to weigh it for you. Without the spreaders, spreader hardware, stays or shrouds, the weight is 30 pounds.
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Re: Com-Pac Specs
« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2012, 08:51:34 AM »
There are methods to raise the mast with winches or leverage that significantly reduce the effort needed.

Do a search, here and on google, on the words "gin pole" and "mast raising system".  You'll find plenty of ideas.
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