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I seriously doubt he much cares or that it matters, since his post is almost a year old... and if he hasn't gotten one or the other by now, he's probably sold the boat.
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Originally Posted by mohea
My experience with Leisure Furl on my 47 footer is pretty bad. Continious jamming of the main during hoisting. Leisure furl did not give any support> nor the Leisure furl in New Zealand or the local supplier in the Netherlands.
The system is just not ready for offshore sailing.
Better you go with a different system.
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