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Whats more interesting than National Talk Like Pirate Day you may ask? Listening to conversations at Bacon Sails & Marine Supplies DURING National Talk Like A Pirate Day!    

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Today's trivia: What type of sail is this? Note the long leach and foot. 0.75 oz Rip-Stop nylon
Luff:20'1" Leach:27'9" Foot:25'6"

Might we add, that it has a wired luff....
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Todays trivia: What type of sail is this? Note the long leach and foot. 0.75 oz Rip-Stop nylon
Luff:201 Leach:279 Foot:256

Might we add, that it has a wired luff....

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John Wesley GardnerWhy, It's MY type of sail!

3 weeks ago
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Joe GibsonBlooper

3 weeks ago   ·  1
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Karl SchneiderThat could possibly be the worst movie about a sport ever.

3 weeks ago
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Chuck CoyerGollywobbler

3 weeks ago
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Camper BosleyThat's easy blooper

3 weeks ago
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Camper BosleyStevie used to know how to fly one of those I think he's too old now

3 weeks ago
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Bob Turnera light storm trysail

3 weeks ago
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Jerry McCarthyMizzen staysail?

3 weeks ago
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Colin CameronBlooper

3 weeks ago
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Chuck CoyerIt really is a gollywobbler. Think horizontal mizzenmast staysail.

3 weeks ago
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Bob Turnera gobblywobbler is a four sided sail. Blooper has no wire luff. A mizzen staysail has a longer luff than leech.

3 weeks ago
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Stevie ReeveyBob is thinking in the right direction

3 weeks ago
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Chuck CoyerThat's what the bag on Early Dawn said. Basically it was a low mizzenmast staysail that sheeted to the end of the mizzen boom. The boat was a Little Harbor 47 that Ted sailed as a Robin. It might have just been one of Teds experiments that didn't work so well. It didn't have a full hoist and perhaps was supposed to fly under the mizzen spinnaker.

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Just a bit of our cool consigned inventory....if you need it, we probably have it.⛵