New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

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New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby Gman377 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 7:39 pm

Hello everyone! I recently become the proud owner of two San Juan 21s and I will be restoring one of them out of two. The one I will be restoring is a 1984 #2560, I'm guessing it's one of the last ones. It is from Raleigh, NC. The other one is from Indiana then it was re licensed here in TN, I think it is a 1976 MK2 #CLK217060576 (I hope I'm reading the number right) with a sail number and hull ID# of 1673. I've got almost all the parts from both boats to make one, of course it needs new lines but the rigging (between the two) is in good shape. I will need to make new bulkheads for the chainplates which brings me to my biggest question, do I need to tab them in for cruising? The only other question I have is where could I find any history on these especially the one that says EDNA's WBD9908 on it (the 1984 one). Thank you very much!
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Re: New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby kuriti » Tue Dec 26, 2017 11:10 pm

Search the forum and you will find bulkhead ideas. They don’t need to be fiberglass’s to the hull if that is what you mean, just bolted to the boxes. I recommend converting to aluminum plate as detailed in other posts. Good luck!
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Re: New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby Gman377 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:54 am

Thank you kuriti, and yes I did mean 'glassing' them in. I have been running the gamut in the forums and there is so much great info there. I noticed you were very active in these forums so thank you for giving us SJ 'noobs' tips. I really liked your electrical write-up so I will be revisiting that one when I re-wire this old boat. I guess the history stuff will be hard to find. Thanks
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