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Pearson 30 spinnaker needed (maryland)

My good spinnaker ripped last wednesday during the Annapolis races. The repair bill is quite high, if someone recently purchased a P30 that they don't want to race and would like to sell the spinnaker, please let me know.

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Have you checked with:

Atlantic Sail Traders Atlantic Sail Traders - Used sails, New sails, Sail Broker

National Sail Supply national sail supply sails

The Sail Warehouse Sail Warehouse Store

I have bought from and sold to Atlantic Sail Traders and have been very satisfied with my dealings there. The others I haven't any experience with but a friend has dealt with National Sail Supply and was happy.
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Thanks for the heads up

I think I am going to bite the bullet and buy from National sails. They are a Rolly Tasker re-seller/agent. I do race Wednesday nights, but the cost of the local loft 'racing' sails is so much more that I cannot justify it. We will see.

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David, we just adopted a 30 Pearson and she came with seven sets of sail. She has a spinnaker that was used only once. If you're still interested at this late date give me a shout. bofus11@gmail.com Lee
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