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I'm new on your forum, but i read all your posts since few months.
I would like to present you a new sail, the Code D ....

I have buy this sails this summer and after 2 months of use, this sail is fantastic.

Really easy to use, and with great performance.

You can see it on: Code-D, le spi qui s'enroule par Deltavoiles many informations and videos
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Not to a be jerk, but I've recently been burned by a new forum member who came on quickly promoting his particular product without identifying that he was affiliated with it.

Do you have any financial interest in this product or company?

Is there an English version of the site? (I'm French challenged).

What type of boat are you using this sail on?

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J'ne sais pas! J'ne comp pas!

Assuming I remembered how to speel the "I do not know, I do not understand" in Francais!

I'd agree with the above, are you part of the company? if so, there is a thread to explain you are related, how and why etc. Unlike some forums, if you are part of a company that will sell us products, we do not chase them off, UNLESS they become a total product pusher!

WIth that, Welcome to sailnet.

By the way, I got a Code "D" in HS french class, so my speeling above is probably wrong!LOL

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Thks for your message.

I don't have financial interest in this company. But I'm the owner of the first 31.7 on the web site.
I'm a customer of the company, and i'm very happy with these sail. I'ts the reason why i would like to communicate information on this product...
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Sure smells like Spam to me. Is the first post by this member.

Second post says no, it's not spam, but by the way, here's a link! C'mon.
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WTF is a Code 'D'?

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WTF is a Code 'D'?
It's French for 'Gennaker'.. a bog ordinary, nothing-special, gennaker... just like you can buy from Norths or Doyles or Quantum.

IMO this is just a sales pitch from a French sailmaker.

Nothing to see here.. move along folks!

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KEWL!

An ignoramous thread!

The force will be with you master Hartley!

back to being an ignoramous!
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I don't have financial interest in this company. But I'm the owner of the first 31.7 on the web site.
I'm a customer of the company, and i'm very happy with these sail. I'ts the reason why i would like to communicate information on this product...
I did try and learn about the sail from the website, but the language issue stumped me. I wish I wasn't an monoglot but such is the curse of being an American English speaker.

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I did try and learn about the sail from the website, but the language issue stumped me. I wish I wasn't an monoglot but such is the curse of being an American English speaker.
Don't let it worry you.. there are planty of American English-speaking sailmakers out there that would be happy to make you a gennaker.

Even Chinese sailmakers speak english - of a kind.

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