HomeMade Anchor sail

Published date: September 20, 2022
  • Boat Type: MacGregor 26X, Boat Type

Good condition Dacron sailcloth cut from Old used jib. I reinforced each corner with 3 layers of dacron and used v69 bonded polyester thread in a singer heavy duty 4423 sewing machine. Leech and luff reinforced with boltrope made from paracord 550. Brass grommets placed for caribiners. Dimensions are about 3x6ft. Makes for about 9sqft of sail area.


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