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Old 02-11-2010, 13:31   #1
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Location: Brunswick Landing Marina, Brunswick, GA
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Doyle UPS

I have a 35', 13' beam rather heavy displacement boat with 135 jib and mainsail furling w/o battens. Therefore looking for a light air boost with that is both versatile (40-120 degrees) and easy to set and retrieve by a single hander.

Considering the Dolye UPS with Selden, with a continuous line, free-luff furler. My anchor bail presents a good attachment point.

Looking for some feedback, especially from someone who has this sail.

Thanks.

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