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Date Posted: - Thursday - 10/18/07 - 8:46pm
Author: Randall
Subject: Furlers
In reply to: Steve M-32 Pyxis 's message, "Mule sail" on - Thursday - 10/18/07 - 12:53am

...and I've seen a mule rigged on a furler, but am not considering that or anything like Terry's "semi-permanent" rig. In my view, it adds too much windage up top (something we already have in spades) when its not in use, which will be most of the time.

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[> [> [> Mule Sail -- Tim Mertinooke, - Monday - 10/29/07 - 7:50pm

The boat in the post wasn't a Fuji, but a Hinterhoeller 25 ketch. The photo was taken during a race in Long Island Sound. I think a Fuji or Mariner would wear one well though even if it wasn't an overly practical sail.

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