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Furlboom Mainsail Furling

Yachting Systems of America is proud to have over 120 Furlbooms on the water worldwide. Those booms have been installed on many different makes, models, and sizes of boats. This number is growing each and every day as more and more people discover all of the benefits that Furlboom has to offer.
For more inforamtion go to www.furlboom.com
One of the best features of this system is its ability to be installed on any vessel. Some recent installations are listed below:
Adams 40, Hunter 320, Adams 44, Hunter 35, Baltic 51, Hunter 350, Baltic 51, Hunter 380, Benetau 50, Hunter 42, Bluewater 40, Hunter 430, Bluewater 45, Hunter 450, C&C Landfall 48, Hunter 460, Cabo Rico 38 PH, Hunter Legend 350, Catalina 34, Hunter, Passage 450, Catalina 38, Hylas 44, Catalina 42, Hylas 49, Catalina 470 Tall Rig, Keer 40, Cat, Catalina 470 Std. Rig, Ketch 40, Cole 35, Manta 42 Cat, Eagle 64, Mason 44 Fontaine Pajot 42, Mottle 33, Freedom 40, Newport 41, Freedom 40 Tall Rig, Nimbus 42, Cat, Freedom 40/40 Std. Rig, Norseman 447, Freedom 40/40+A89, Northshore 34, Freedom 44, Offshore 40, Freedom 45, Pearson 385, Freedom 45 Center c''pit, Peterson 44, Frers 48 Ketch, Sabre 402, Grainger 48, Sceptre 43, Grainger 50 Cat, Swanson 38, Gulfstar, 4N ketch, Valiant 40, Gulfstar 44 sloop, ayworld 45, Worldcruiser 42
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