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I have a useable main and 135 genoa for a Crealock 34 sitting in my garage. They are in fair useable condition, but won't win any races! Free for any one that can use them. Pick up only in Essex, Ct. or Litchfield, Ct.
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I know someone who could really use them.

I recently met a man who just sailed into New Bern NC and blew out both his sails on the way up from Florida on a PSC34. I would like to contact him and ask him if he could get in touch with you. Since he is living on his boat, I will have to see if I can catch him while he is there. Boy, that would be a great xmas present for him. Let me check. His first name is Patrick, and I first met him at the Pacific Seacraft symposium in Little Washington. Thanks!

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I would love the sails - blew out both of mine in Atlantic two months ago - living on my ps34 in New Bern NC - am sailing on another boat to Bahamas on Saturday - gone 10 days - will come to Conn to pick up sails after my trip - this would be great - thanks

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I have a useable main and 135 genoa for a Crealock 34 sitting in my garage. They are in fair useable condition, but won't win any races! Free for any one that can use them. Pick up only in Essex, Ct. or Litchfield, Ct.
Hello! I really interesting to yours offer.If it steal available,please contakt me.

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