A cascading 16:1 vang for the Coronado 15
This guide is written with the assumption that you are replacing an existing (underpowered) vang on
your Coronado 15. Any particular part may be different for your application but shouldn’t be too far
off base. It’s your boat, so it’s your responsibility to make sure things work correctly and are safe. I
also assume here that you’re familiar with basic line work. Whip or melt the ends of any cut lines to
prevent unraveling and make sure you’re using lines that are strong enough for the purpose.
This project is simple, quick, and relatively inexpensive. Expect to spend an hour or so on it once
you have all the parts together