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Norm Rhines


Hope you don't have to sew all night (bad for you eyes : )

For the bottom of the bag drain you just need to let out the puddle (I used a grommet)

as for the lime less pucker, the snaps allow a 2" overlap (if you use a 2" fold over) which did work ok for me. When you pull the halyard up the bag does not pucker so much (I have 9 snaps on my old Jib bag. FYI)

From your description you don't have a vang? or jiffy reefing?
Do your lazy jacks (pack system) stay deployed when sailing or do the lines fold away?

In any case I look forward to the sew sew article ; ) with canvassing details of the coverup in Florida presented in full color.


Monday you know.

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