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Where to store sails on CS 36T?

I'm trying to figure out the best place to put everything on our CS 36T, and am having trouble coming up with a good place to store our extra sails. We've got a spare genoa and a spinnaker on board and I haven't found a good place to put them. Currently, they live in the starboard quarter berth and I drag them out into either the midship settees or v-berth when I need to get into the quarter berth. It'd be nice to come up with a more permanent solution where these extra sails weren't in the way so often. What solutions have you all come up with? Where do you store your extra sails?

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Re: Where to store sails on CS 36T?

Do you use the Q berth for sleeping?

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Re: Where to store sails on CS 36T?

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Re: Where to store sails on CS 36T?

Thanks Boatpoker, I'll keep an eye on that site. It looks like a good reference.

Barquito, right now the v-berth is our first choice for sleeping. I'm expecting that we'll want to switch to sleeping in the quarter berth if we do an overnight passage on this boat though. Sleeping in v-berths while underway is a recipe for seasickness.
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