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Old 06-06-2018, 14:01   #16
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Re: 2sd stay for a storm jib on a lagoon ?!

You hoist the sail, furled, then really crank down on the halyard, itís roller furling so you furl and unfurl it just like a regular furling jib. Itís not difficult, even I can do it, and I donít know what Iím doing.
You may be right about it not being good to go to windward, but itís what type of system that video had, near as I could see.

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