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Sailboat Main

  • Sail Condition rating: B
  • Zip/Postal Code: 54115
  • Listed: March 8, 2015 7:21 pm
  • Expires: 10999 days, 7 hours
Sailboat Main


Sailboat Main

Carbon Fiber
•Luff -40′ 1″
•Leech -43′ 7″
•Foot – 13′

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2 Responses to “Sailboat Main”

  1. What boat is this off off? Any flexibility on price? Where is the sail located?

  2. Any info on condition of this sail? Type of attachments to the main, slides, bolt rope etc? Make? Additional pictures? What type boat is it from? Tack setback? I am in Canada and our dollar sucks compared to yours and I van have a new sail made for $2000 usd so if the sail was in very good condition the best offer I could make would be $800 usd.

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