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Posts: 44
Registered: June 2008
Location: Oriental, NC
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Storm/ Tri sail- 39-40 ft caliber
Quantity Views Date Posted
1 142 Sat June 29, 2013
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition Distance from you
$700.00 None Excellent
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Description: This storm/ tri sail was made for a caliber 40

But will fit similar size boat if you have a built in sail track.

How this works is the sail goes along side tour main

Sail and rides on its own track. It's end attachs to the boom

It's simple to put on, comes with a nylon sail

Bag.

It's used to stabilize your boat during rough

seas. It also can be used at anchor to

Stabilize your boat in weather that moves in

it was made in 2000 and is in excellent condition

It's never been used and stored dry.

If interested contact me ataradisenow1946@gmail.com.

Email if u have questions.. I can ship this

USPS to save money.
Keywords: Storm/ Tri sail- 39-40 ft caliber


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