As you may be aware, I just completed the sale of my C350. The sail was not included, so it's up for grabs.
The sail is made of top quality 1.5 oz Dacron, and has Blue and White alternating panels You can check out Mack Sails at http://macksails.com/sails/
Original cost including the sock was 2,650. I will also include the 2 - 75' 3/8" Stay Set Sheets I bought at the same time for about $150.
Here is the description of the sail Travis Mack gave me before I ordered it.
"The cruising code zero that we offer is more like a traditional drifter/reacher from back in the day. It has much more designed shape that the original drifter and is able to free fly down wind without a pole if you don’t have your main up. It is typically about 30 percent smaller than our asymmetrical cruising chute because the luff is almost straight and not a big convex curl like the asym. This would more resemble a big very full Genoa. A racing code zero is a very flat spinnaker with reduced shoulders and has a very limited wind range. The sail would be approximately 620 sq ft and have a luff of 46 feet, leech of 42 and foot of 27. The sail can typically sail 45 to 50 degrees apparent down to a deep broad reach with the main up or downwind with the main down."
Here's a pic of the sail flying.
Make me an offer! Shipping costs on you. Coming from NY, NY.
#66, Stamford CT.
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