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Experience with Sail Repair?

We've pulled our new-to-us 2000 C320 for the winter and have it on the hard. I need to see about getting the genoa repaired on a couple seams that have come unstitched. Does anyone have experiences that they can share with sail repair shops in the Baltimore-Annapolis area?

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Re: Experience with Sail Repair?

Steve,
Our Jib/Genoa needed to be resewn (the thread on the UV cover was shot), and Haven Harbour sent the sail out to North Sails. North did a great job.
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Re: Experience with Sail Repair?

I am in the Baltimore area at the moment and if you come over on a not so rainy day, I'll sew that for you while you wait if its just a couple of seems.

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