Dan Berger wrote:
First of all, you would have issues getting from one side to the other without a tramp!
But really, the second jib would have to be recut for the new sheeting angle and you would have to figure out where to mount the control blocks. You might be able to get away with it by mounting it up higher on the mast.
It would probably be a lot more work than it is worth.
Sell the second jib and furler and you'll be half way towards the price of the Hooter set up!
I sold the whole boat on Saturday and now I'm dreaming of adding a spinnaker to my new to me 1990 Hobie 16. I just needed a little bigger boat. The hobie 14 was fun, but with me at 240lbs I was sitting in the middle of the tramp to fly a hull
Now I will be cruising in the Hobie 16 forum all winter
The new boat.
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