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Looking for a good loft where I can sell some sails. Any suggestions??
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bacon sails in annapolis, its consignment they just take a % when it sells
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It may sound silly, but have you considered ebay? It's amazing what you can sell there. I sold the old carpet I pulled out of my house, saved me taking it to the tip.
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I know people who have bought sails on Ebay, and they have been happy. But some of the Ebay sellers offer services to modify the sellers as well.

If you google used sails you'll find a number of vendors who sell used sails, so I must assume they buy them as well.
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I cant find the one I was really looking for...my favorite sites list is a mess to find anything in.

You might give sailcare a call as well I believe thy offer used sails for sale.

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I have had good service for Atlantic Sail Traders in Sarasota. Good selection, easy to deal with.
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I have had good service for Atlantic Sail Traders in Sarasota. Good selection, easy to deal with.
Thoes were the guys ...thanks dbruce
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