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Waterline's Lifeline Covers

The key to smart boat ownership is protecting those parts and systems that are the most susceptible to wear and tear—especially when it comes to your sails...
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Smart Spreader Covers

The key to smart boat ownership is protecting those parts and systems that are the most susceptible to wear and tear—especially when it comes to your sails. With this in mind, the Swedish company Waterline is now offering small, pre-punched leather covers to place on your lifelines, as opposed to the usual jury-rigged sail tape contraptions found on so many boats. Each packet includes two gray covers, two needles, some thread and instructions so you can easily assemble and attach to them to your lifelines. Covers come in three sizes and can be refitted and reattached where needed. $11.

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