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Stackak system

One of the boats we are considering has a Doyle sailstack system for the mainsail. A couple of questions:
- does this system work as easily as it is billed?
- does it affect sail performance while under sail? The pictures show the sides of the sailstack partially blocking the lower part of the mainsail.

It sure looks a lot easier than flaking a large sail.
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