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Old 03-07-2020, 00:32   #1
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Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like. The lazy bag slides into a track on the top side of the boom. (17' not including the length of the front mast cover) - $400, used good condition. Located at Riviera Beach City Marina, Florida
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Old 03-07-2020, 17:04   #2
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Re: Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

wonder if this would fit my boom/sail from my Leopard 44? Any idea? Thanks.
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Old 03-07-2020, 22:55   #3
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Re: Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

This is simple, check the length of your sail along the boom and compare to the length of this lazy bag.
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Re: Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

Probably should've elaborated - I don't have a mast, or a main sail - I'm gathering these things to take to my boat for repair. That's why I was wondering if you would have happened to know...my bad.
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Re: Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

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Probably should've elaborated - I don't have a mast, or a main sail - I'm gathering these things to take to my boat for repair. That's why I was wondering if you would have happened to know...my bad.
I would think that measurement would be somewhere on the Internet.
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Old 05-07-2020, 05:10   #6
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Re: Lazy Bag 17' for Leopard 40 Catamaran or the like

I apologize if I sounded rude, I could guess that you do not have the sail to measure. You may contact the moorings and get the required information. you may try the following contact:
kristen@robertsonandcaine.com

I do not know if she is still there.
And by the way I have a Leopard 40 autopilot, the computer + control + chain-drive.
It is 2006 Raymarine model. and has been in storage since 2017 If you need one and it can fit your boat let me know.
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