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Storm Jib

  • Sail Condition rating: B
  • Zip/Postal Code: 54115
  • Listed: March 9, 2015 3:12 pm
  • Expires: 7455 days, 12 hours
Storm Jib 17


Storm Jib

•Luff -17′
•Leech -13′ 4″
•Foot – 8′ 3″

Ad Reference ID: 19254fdf083f0d4c

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4 Responses to “Storm Jib”

  1. Hello, Interested in the sail. Would need to be shipped to Seattle, Wa. Let me know what would be involved in that, and we can go from there. Luckily these sails are pretty small

  2. Interested in the sail. In Seattle, WA so would need to be shipped. Let me know what that would take.

  3. i want it too ! on March 5, 2021 @ 5:53 pm

    Ship to Vivtoria BC, V9A 5L2 Canada

  4. I want it too ! Please ship to Victoria BC , Canada V9A 5L2

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