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post #35 of Old 09-10-2012
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Re: In-mast furling

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Originally Posted by sailortrash View Post
Lack of maintaining being the primary cause. Every time this happened The boat had been sitting for over 3 years with no use and during a squall (over 60 knots) . That plus my bad luck which i seem to have a knack for attracting. Live and learn I guess these days if a in mas furler has not been used in oiver 3 years on it being completely serviced by someone better experienced than me or I will walk away.
Please tell us how you cut the sail away during the squall, we may be in that position soon and some detail would be helpful.

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