Yeah, I'm going to have to contact them directly and ask about my specific mast. Problem is that they can probably give me the dimensions on the mast but don't know the exact width of a furled sail with vertical battens. It probably comes down to finding a sailmaker
, that's confident he can make a sail that will fit....
On the Selden website (manuals - > sailmakers instructions) it says:
"The main batten types used in furling main
are: full-length vertical battens, short ver-
tical battens and horizontal (foldable) battens.
Experience has shown that vertical battens work
very well whereas horizontal battens have a
tendency to snag in the sail slot when the sail
is furled out. Short vertical battens should be located so that
they do not overlap each other vertically. The
lowest batten should not overlap the clew rein-
I'm interested in the short vertical battens (take up the least amount of space), so it sounds promising....but you'll never know