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Centaur no 2369 Mainsail gone missing

londonpiper

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In order to get a new mainsail for my Centaur, I sent my old one to Jeckells via their courier who claim to have lost it, so, if you should happen upon a mainsail for a 26' boat with the number 2369 on it with 2 recently inserted reefing points in it, please let me know.
 

Merrick

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What ho all, change of name as there was some password problems. The mainsail still hasn't been seen, though I live in hope
 

graham

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Am I reading it correctly that you received your new mainsail but the old one went missing?

Still not good but not as bad as losing the new one.
 
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Merrick

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My apologies for having taken so long to reply but, what with Covid etc, things have been a bit protracted. The upshot, after a fair bit of toing and froing, is that Jeckylls have given up on making a claim against the courier as it would, they say, have been prohibitively expensive but have agreed to credit me £200 against any future purchase.
 

Merrick

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Am I reading it correctly that you received your new mainsail but the old one went missing?

Still not good but not as bad as losing the new one.
Yes Graham, that is correct. I can't fault the new sail and the few times we've been able to get out sailing since the onset of the Corona situation have been vastly improved by the new sail.
 
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