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Old 12-04-2008, 00:40   #1
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Hi , MY wife and I are in the early stages of construction for our 12m Catamaran , which we intend to sail through out SE Asia and the pacific over the next few years .
I would like to hear from people who have experience with in boom furling systems , or maybe directed to existing threads to research their benefits and or downfalls .
I have been particularly interested in a New Zealand product "Leisure Furl".
Appreciate any input
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Old 12-04-2008, 02:00   #2
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Welcome Lance...I'm sure you will find most of your answers here...Aloha

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Several previous discussions may be of interest:

Roller furler main sail
Roller furler main sail

Automated Main Sail
Automated Main Sail

In-mast or in-boom?

furling mains
furling mains
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Old 12-04-2008, 12:01   #4
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Aloha Lance,
Welcome aboard!! I'm certain you'll find everything you need to know on this forum. Gord May is a wonderful source of accurate information and is always helpful.
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