This document contains….
- Our technical mizzen mast calculations.
- Mast shed and mizzen mast operations in photos.
We needed space for the spars. We rented the motorbike parking lot, made a deal with Khun Phithak, the shipyard owner, 50/50 on the roof cost. The add-on roof is 30 metres long x 7 metres wide x 6 metres high. Australian mast builder Juha Yli-Rami made the structure operational with Cariad labour. Three-Phase and Single-Phase power was fitted in way of machines. Juha was previously responsible for building all the spars in 2007-2008. He started his career as a pattern maker hence his wood working tolerances are precise, then spent the next 30 years building boats.
Calculations & 3D drawings.
The Undersigned and Capt. Luigi Garguilo worked as Associates for eleven years. Luigi was a naval architect and rigging specialist. For two years 2006-2008 we worked on technical aspects of Cariad’s rig and stability characteristics. Some of those calculations are included in this submission. Luigi died of a heart attack in 2017. He was a key player in the previous Cariad restoration, but his calculations live on.