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Looking for Used Sails for M16

Ahoy all. Anyone out there that can point me to where I might buy a used set of sails for an M16? Thanks a bunch.
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If you're talking about a Montgomery 16, you might be better off trying the SCA (small craft advisor) or Trailer Sailor forums.

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Google 'used sails' plenty of sites out there like Bacon Sails in Annapolis. Most will deal with you online.
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Melges makes the M16 scow. Older ones I think were made by Johnson. Thanks for the suggestions.
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your best bet is going to be mcscow.org
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I have two melges m16 jibs for sale.
Call (608) 577-1165
They are in good condition.
Asking for $200 each.
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Re: Looking for Used Sails for M16

Hi,
I have a M-16 North Sails Mainsail in NEW condition in bag that says "general purpose main". Located in NW Wi. and willing to ship. I don't have the jib
let me know if you are still looking
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Re: Looking for Used Sails for M16

I'm looking for used mainsail
Luff 40'9" maximum
Foot 11'4" maximum
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Re: Looking for Used Sails for M16

chasu - the OP was in 2008. I think he has probably found a sail.

norman - I don't think that will fit a 16 foot scow.

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