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Good Sail Maker in/around North Shore, MA

Looking for a good sail maker in/around the North Shore area of Massachusetts. Already submitted a request to North Sail and Doyle, but looking for maybe some local shop to also get a quote from.

We are looking for a new main and the current main is a Doyle.

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Just wanted to give this another shot.

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I am buying sails from Island Planet Sails. Not local to MA, but very competetive pricing and excellent service. The most extensive measuring guide and a very helpful voice on the phone. The sails are made in the USA and I'm looking at a 4-5 week delivery schedule for a main, 110 and a 135. wwwislandplanetsails.com.

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Charlotte, NC
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Try Thurston/Quantum in Bristol, RI. Not exactly North Shore but it's not too bad of a drive.
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I bought a new set of sails last year from Harding Sails in Mattapoiset Ma. Thats Southeast Mass but pretty near. Great sails and great service. Bump
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