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Old 05-26-2008
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is this a double sheet, which goes to both starboard and port, and is tied at the clew using something like a larks head knot, or a single sheet, where you have two separate sheets for starboard and port??

35' and 70' respectively...or there abouts... it depends on the exact layout of your genoa track and what turning blocks you have to go through and where the winches are. They could be as short as 30'/60' or as long a 40'/80'.
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