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Seafarer 30

Donna has suggested I ask the Forum the question regarding the main on our Seafarer 30. The main sits about a foot lower than the top of the mast and we would like to raise it, thus raisomg the boom and having easier access to the cockpit. Has anyone done this, or would anyone know if it is a wise move? Thanks.
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