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Old 11-15-2012
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Re: Jib & Genoa Roller Furling

A 135 that is cut prett flat can be a good choice. If you don't want that, then talk to a sailmaker about a small 100 or 90% on a little furler with a wire/dyneema luff line. Quick to deploy, but you're still leaving the cockpit, pulling the sail out, hoisting, running sheets, unfurling, running back to the cockpit and trimming.
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