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Re: Video of test of my $200 eBay asymmetrical spinnaker

looking good. I run my tackline back to the cabintop winch, and trim the tackline from there. I use a block attched to the chainplate for the headstay as my forward attaching point for now. I'm getting the selden bowsprit this year, its the cheapest availble, as far as I can tell, and practical sailor rated it the best as well.

it definitely looked to be towing you along prettty well...
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Re: Video of test of my $200 eBay asymmetrical spinnaker

James,

I'll see your $200 asymm and raise you a $150 symmetric from Bacon Sails, flown single-handed, by me.

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