Both main and mizzen masts are spruce, of box construction, and stepped on the keel.
The standing rigging is all braided stainless cable. The mainstay is 3/4 inch and the rest is 1/2 inch. All shrouds and stays are intact. All turnbuckles are bronze.
The main and mizzen halyards are spliced wire/rope mix, designed to be both easy to haul and to resist stretching once you have the sail raised. All other running rigging is double braided nylon line. It's all there, intact, and ready to sail.
All 6 winches are Barlow winches. There are 6 sails: 110 jib, storm jib, main, storm trisail, and mizzen.
Blocks are mahogany and teak and were rebuilt in 2001.
Sails are original. They have been cleaned several times and restitched once. In May of 2000, we got a quote on new main, mizzen, jib, genoa, and covers for the main and mizzen from Lee Sails. This quote has the measurements of each sail as well as the quoted price, which totaled $4433. We considered getting all this minus the $1241 genoa, which is a completely functional sail rig unless you plan on sailing in storms. We purchased a storm jib and storm trisail for that trip instead.