mainsail design for a 42ft burmuda sloop

Discussion in 'Sailboats' started by bigbear69, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. Crag Cay
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    Crag Cay Senior Member

    I should think something like 99 percent of all sails in existence are Terylene. Surely you must have seen some that were not old and stretchy!

    In the US you just know the exact same same thing by Dupont's trademark of Dacron. You cannot attribute any qualities to Terylene and not Dacron. They're identical!

  2. Paul B

    Paul B Previous Member

    This guy Gonzo doesn't let liitle things like reality get in his way.

    This is only maybe the 4th or 5th thing he has posted in the past week that is factually incorrect.
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