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Have sail inventory for my Mason 43 that was lost in a fire. Roller furl main new. Also Closed Cell coockpit cushions. Can anyone use them?
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I might be able to use the closed cell foam cockpit cushions. What is their physical dimensions and where are they located?

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Pacojoes - Please let me know what sails you have available. We have a ketch with a 47 foot wooden main mast and interested in bargins, and/or ascemetrical spin.
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I am looking for a new or ''slightly'' used sail for a 1980''s Bombardier Invitation.I am also looking for a ''handy-mans''-special dinghy,to act as teaching aid for young sailors who would like hands-on training on dinghy maintenance and introduction to the marvel of small-boat sailing.
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The only sails I have left are a almost new main built for a Hood roller furl system. Luff is 47''3", leach 49''3", foot 17''10". Also have a cruising Spinnaker.
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