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Tom and Dana Stiffler

My first boat had Lee sails, a 1977 CT 42 ketch. They were pretty good sails too. I had a 150 Genoa, main and mizzen. I had a new set made by Morrelli in Ventura CA in 1982 but the original Lee sails were still in very good shape. Bottom line they are decent sails at a very good price but if you want top quality you should consider local sail makers who know your boat and can fit the sails to it. Kern still has to be the best overall in price and fit for the W32 imo.

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