Hi all, CL stands for continous line which is a furling
system that got it's start with racing
. My best explanation would be a furler
that works off a furling control line that is "continous" in that it is joined end to end and rides on a furler drum. Just like a single
line furler the sail is furled in by simply hauling in the control line.
The sail was originally made for a 40 ft. Beneteau
with a head
sail luff of 51 feet. The sail is brand new, only flown twice by the original owner. We bought the sail in December and never used it. The original owner claimed that in 7 knots of wind
he easily got 4.5 knots of hull speed
. I will post some pictures as soon as I get back to Key West
hope this helps.