All, I finally had my 382 taken off the stands and delivered to the yard for launch. This happened Thursday but I had a slight complication. Out of the 6 thru hulls that I installed when I replaced my seacocks, one had a sight leak. slight however is obviously too much. So the yard will rebed the seacock and the thru hull fitting and then we'll try again. I am not bothered that this slight turn of events. I believe this will be an easy fix as the thruhull and seacock are new and not frozen or corroded in. However, I am replacing the standing rigging. I had a rigger tell me that replacing my shrouds (head stay and back stay are new) that I should step the mast first and then send him aloft for pin to pin measurements while the rig is under tension for the measurement. That was the plan for some time. I might add that riggers are few and far between in this neck of the woods. So that was still the plan at the time of my failed launch this past week,. However I consulted a another rigger who was puzzled by that advice and recommended instead that I send one set of my original upper and the two lowers on one side and send them to a rigging shop to make two sets (port and stbrd should the the same lengths). They should know how to take into account stretch that the rigging will have when tuned and they will make the accommodation with new turnbuckles. So I have boxed them up and sent them West Marine who should have them this week in the Kemah Tx shop. They agree that this is the usual way that they replace rigging. I am still interested however, if any one has the pin to pin measurements for the rigging for the 382. I would like give that information to Kemah anyway. By the way, my boat has been on the hard since I have owned it for 4 years and I am more than ready, as you might expect to have it in the water. Should anyone have taken these measurements, I would appreciate having that. Thanks!