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Old 04-10-2012, 08:00   #1
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Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

Large Cruising Spinnaker with Dowsing Sock in good condition. Gone over by Gary Swenson of Ullmar Sails. This big boy, with a 51' hoist, will kick your up to 35,000 pound boat into overdrive in winds up to 12kns. Located in Ft. Pierce, Fl. $600.00 adds this sail to your cruising inventory. Fly in an anchorage (with well set hooks) and parasail in your boatswain's chair. Call 805.570.4804 to discuss. Fair Winds, JLS
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:27   #2
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Re: Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

Do you have the dimensions handy?
Would you know the manufacturer also?
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Re: Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

Age of sail and pics would also be good.
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Old 07-10-2012, 08:43   #4
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Re: Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

The sail is in a dowsing sock, so,all a picture would show is a sail in a sock. The sail is in good, usable condition and is priced at $600 bucks. I've owned it since 2003 and have flown it on my former boat; a Gulfstar Custom 40,( Ted Hood design) which weighed in at 28,000 pounds. It moved Glorious right along in 5-15 kns. of breeze. If you are interested, it is located in Ft. Pierce, Fl. Feel free to come over and kick the tires, take it out of the sock, photograph it to your heart's content, then tell me, after putting it back in the sock, just how cheaply you could have the identical sail made and installed in a dowsing sock. If you are serious about purchasing an assym. for your boat, make an offer. Fair Winds, JLS
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Hi Jonathan, do you know what's the foot length ?? Do you ship???
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Re: Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

I will get the foot measurement today when I go get the sails ready for the auction on the 28th. of this month. I ship via FedEx and UPS. Just send me the zip code where you want the item sent and I'll tell you how much it will be for packing and shipping. Fair Winds, JLS
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Re: Asymetrical Cruising Spinnaker

Okay, sorry for the delay. The foot on the assym. cruising spinnaker is 27 feet. That comes out to 1375+/- sq. ft. The colors are a bit faded on the sock, but the sail is in good shape and should give good performance.
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Jonathan,
What are the colors of the sock and the assym? Do you have any light air sheets with it?

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The assym. spinnaker is sold to a good home on a 40 footer. Items go on a first come, first served basis: the first person to decide and send me the money, gets it. By the end of the month, I'll have a PayPal acct. set up. Lots more sails in good shape, from 25'-30' range, 30'-38' range, and 38'-45' range. Contact me with your list of stuff you're looking for. Between me and others, your list can most likely be filled. Just remember, if you need it, so do others,so strike while the iron is hot. These items need to be puy back in the stream and put to use; not filling storage spaces. Fair Winds, JLS
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