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Old 04-02-2008, 21:09   #1
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Taylor Sails - Good or Bad?

Aloha, Any one use Taylor sails. I believe they are in Newport Beach, Ca.
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Old 31-10-2009, 16:59   #2
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We have a Rawson 30 sloop. Eric Taylor, owner of Taylor Sails, made our full sail suite. The craftsmanship is superb and the performance is more than we expected. Our Main is battened with two reefs, the genoa, fitted to our new roller furler, performs with as much as half of it furled. The cruising spinnaker, a rainbow design, is not only the prettiest sail around, it will fill when there is no wind pattern on the water! All sails are tight with no creases and are very amenable to shaping. We plan to have Eric build us a new dodger and cockpit cover. Product like this cannot be improved upon.

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Just to set things staight with fellow sailor "sloopdavidb".....Taylor Sails is Located in Sequim Washington! In fact, I can See Canada from the Loft!
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