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Need Info on Spinaker Size 29X28X18 ??

What size of boat can this spinaker be used on? Would it be asymmetrical or symmetrical?
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If the sail is 29x28 that would be an asymmetrical spinnaker by definition, since a symmetrical one would be 29x29...

It would also help if you said what boat you were trying to find a spinnaker for, since someone here may know what size chute it usually takes.

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Thanks for the reply... It's going on a Spirit 23 CB. (Not the 23K model)
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