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    Posted: 24 January 2013 at 10:21pm
I need to build a main sail for an Oday Ospray which is not listed in the online catalog.  The Ospray has a limited production run and was built as a slightly smaller cousin to the famous DaySailer.  DS sails are just a bit too big.  From previous owner documentation I have the basic luff, leech and foot lengths (they appear accurate according to the spars) and have calculated the clew angle.  Are there additional dimensions I would need to provide for Sailrite to be able to create a kit?  I am looking to build this as a standard use sail and would defer to normal cloth weight, draft position, roach, etc.

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Hi Shaun,
Please call in for Jeff Frank at 800-348-2769. He will be happy to answer any questions for you.
 
If we do not have the plans for the boat we will need the luff, leech, foot, number of battens, whether it is loose footed and to know if you want a reefing row.
 
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You also can see a more complete list of the our sail plan information at www.sairitesails.com
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