Reynolds 21 Owners out there?

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by soulofasailor, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. soulofasailor
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    soulofasailor Junior Member

    Hello all
    I just bought my first boat, i have been sailing for 20 years, now i am looking to chat with anyone , or anyone that has sailed on a R21 or owned one?




    thanks..
     
  2. diegokid
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    diegokid Junior Member

    R-21

    I just purchased one as my first also. Good luck finding info out there. They seem to be a well known/repected boat just not much info since they habven't made since about 1980. Wing Z started making some off of the R-21 hulls but they folded. I've tried to contact them over and over trying to get the dimensions of the collasible crossbeams they use.

    It would be much quicker to launch and retrive if we could just leave the crossbeams attached instead of having to remove them.

    Does your boat have a "mast section" front crossbeam. I initially thought someone just used it but after dropping a contour comb into the hull it is mast shaped.
     
  3. soulofasailor
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    soulofasailor Junior Member

    Hey very cool where r u sailing at?
    Yes. collasible crossbeams. Would be cool. I don't know what u mean. About the mast?
    It has a swivel cub that it sits in. The mast has a ball on it. It would be nice too. To have a mast stepping system too. So we need to stick together here. Where did u find yours at?? Very cool
     
  4. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    Have you guys tried contacting Randy Reynolds directly?
     
  5. diegokid
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    diegokid Junior Member

    mast

    The front crossbeam is a small mast section. I've tried Randy several times with no luck. Also tried Charles at 760 945 9161 with no luck. We usedx to build fiberglass boats so would be interested in buying the molds from Wing-Z but can't get any contact.
     

  6. soulofasailor
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    soulofasailor Junior Member

    where r you going to be sailing at? I am near Lake Erie and Lake Arthur .. Pennsylvania here is what my mast looks like
     

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