I have a new 2011 Wave, it was to be a club but when I unpacked it, it was in fact an SE, with the old style tramp and cup holders. No problem there, I like it. I noticed that it had a tramp rail installed on both hulls, and I was to insert tramp hooks on each side to handle the tramp cable. No problem there either.
Here's my question. I just unpacked my jib kit, I have to go super on everything. Faster is always better huh. I see that the front spreader and jib to mast installs are very strait forward. However, it appears that I am going to loosen the tramp rail and insert the swivel cleat between the front tramp rail and the boat hull. This is going to result in a slight space around the front and back of the tramp rail.
This seems pretty poorly designed, or am I missing something?
It loks to me like my boat was half club wave, half se. That isn't my problem, I just want to be sure that this "band aid" install is right for the jib cleats. And will not result in any structural compromise.
Looking forward to your answer.