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Used Sail Lofts in Washington State?

I'm wondering if somebody in the Washington area can recommend some used sail lofts? There are a couple here in Vancouver, but I'd like to expand my search.

Around here I've found:

Popeye's Sailors Exchange - used marine consignment Store & Popeye's Marine Catalog Shop - Discount Store and Mail Order
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Sail Inventory

Any place which lists their inventory online would be ideal.

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In Seattle there is "Second Wind" r some such name, they are a 2nd hand store of all sorts, sails, winches, motors, books etc. Two places, one in Freemont, the other at Shilshoal marina next to WM. Otherwise, most of the used lofts seem to be on the east coast, ie bacon sails etc.

You might also check the local North, UK etc lofts, as they sometimes have sails too, but not listed online. North has an online used website also.

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Dunato's Second Wave

Marty is thinking of the excellent Dunato's boat yard spinoff Second Wave:

Second Wave Marine Consignment Stores
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I bought a used genoa this summer from the UK loft in Anacortes, great sail and very reasonable price. They seemed to have a large inventory of sails. Not listed online, but you can contact Ian at 360 250 6895.

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Pacific Marine Exchange in Bellingham has used sails!!

They have a used sail loft. Just ask the front desk for the sail book and it has all the details for each sail and then they'll bring down whichever one's you want to look at. Good luck!
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Re: Used Sail Lofts in Washington State?

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i bought a used genoa this summer from the uk loft in anacortes, great sail and very reasonable price. They seemed to have a large inventory of sails. Not listed online, but you can contact ian at 360 250 6895.

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please do not call ian for inquiries for used sails. There are no longer any used sails at the anacortes loft.

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