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Date Posted: - Monday - 03/23/09 - 10:03pm
Author: Randall
Subject: Checkout Sailrite
In reply to: Ardian 's message, "What would be the right size for a storm sail on M31 ?" on - Monday - 03/23/09 - 9:38pm

Check out some dimensions here for comparison.

http://www.sailritesails.com/ShowAd.aspx?id=6893&SourceID=%200%20&BoatName=MARINER+31+KETCH

Don't know where sailrite got the data, but interesting to compare.

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[> storm jib -- Kathy Campbell SHADOW M32-#3, - Monday - 03/23/09 - 10:42pm

Sailrite has a 10% discount til the end of the month. I've ordered a storm trisail with part of the panels 8.4oz. and some of the panels 9.4oz.Storm Orange. You could order your storm jib this same way.You can sew your own sails or have them sew them. You save 1/2 the cost doing it yourself. A storm jib isn't to big, so it wouldn't be to hard to make. Go for it Adrian and save the money for your cruise.


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[> [> Thank you . -- Ardian, - Tuesday - 03/24/09 - 7:12pm

I actually have a really good discount ( 45% )from them so the jib and storm jib including the storm jib sleeve will cost me $ 700 . But for the storm jib they give me a 72sq/f option and that is what i was looking to correct because that is normally for racing teams . A storm jib must be less than that if single handed or just normal family cruising people . So I'm looking at something like 40-45 sq/f for the storm jib . Am I right ?
Thank you , Ardian .


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