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Old 02-12-2011
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PS 37 mainsail

After nearly 8 years of fussing with a old style in-mast furler installed by our boat's original owner, we have scrapped the furling mast and ordered a new original style mast from Lefiell. Have any of you PS 37 owners recently bought a new mainsail for your 37, and have an old mainsail taking up space in your garage? I'm looking for something useable to get us by for a year or two while we recover from the expenditure for the new mast. Anyone out there have a usable PS 37 mainsail that you would be willing to part with for a modest sum?

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PS 37 Mainsail

I have a used sail replaced the sail with a full batten main. Please PM me if interested.

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We have just replaced ours, but it may be smaller than your current sail. Contact us if you still have a need. It's pretty sad looking, but might carry you awhile...

Bob & Ellen White
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Bob & Ellen,
Thanks for the reply, but I believe I have a sail lined up.

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I also have recently (this morning) replaced my mainsail. Good shape and condition. I'm in Marina Del Rey, CA
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Thanks Jimmy,
We decided to bite the bullet and have a new main made. Glad we did, it's much easier to deal with than our cranky old furling system sail.
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