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Paul, how are you and your P22? Roy
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New Sails for P22?

Has anyone here had a new mainsail made for their P22? I think its on my list, not sure how long I will go with this old one I have -- its in rough shape.
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New mainsail

I just bought a new main from a local sail maker. Cost about $1,200.
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main sail and mainsheet for P22

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I just bought a new main from a local sail maker. Cost about $1,200.
Did they use your old sail as a template? I asked a local sailmaker here in Marblehead for a quote, waiting to hear back from them still....

I'm also going to get a new mainsheet and tackle, any recommendations on that front?

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new main

The dimensions needed to build a P 22 main are easy to find on the web unless your rig is not standard. It would be risky to provide measurements to a sailmaker although some have a data sheet that can be OK. Try Mack Sails at Mack Sails Sailmakers for mainsails, headsails, genoas, spinnakers, lazy jacks or info@macksails.com they will give you a reasonable quote and will ask you to contact them for details. New main sheet? I like Samson 5/16" LS. SAmson has always been my favorite. High tech line is not needed on our boats. Samson is not too hard to splice and Samson splicing instructions are on the web but some tools are needed and are available. Don't spend too much money on blocks. A 4 to 1 purchase is good and ball bearing blocks are very nice but can be pricey. All can be bought at Defender Industries at Discount Marine and Boat Supplies - Inflatable Sales - Defender. Keep in touch with me at tate1@cox,net. Roy
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Re: My first boat...Pearson 22?

I'm finally getting around to updating an owners site, and trying to track down owners home ports and hull numbers. pearson22.com Pearson 22 - Pearson Yachts send me a message if you have one, would love to hear from you.
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