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The Water Shed appointed as an official dealer for the O'pen Skiff

by Sail-World.com/nz 26 Sep 2019 03:00 PDT 26 September 2019
The Water Shed have been appointed official dealers for the O'pen Skiff © The Water Shed

The Water Shed has announced they have been appointed as an authorised dealer of the O'pen Skiff (formerly the O'pen BIC Skiff).

Spare parts will be arriving soon, and currently there is a boat on display in their store in Barrys Point Road, Takapuna.

Currently being offered is a special deal on ex-Worlds charter boats.

More information to follow when it comes to hand.

Another new product is The Water Shed's control line which is a tight weave dynema that will cleat well and splice nicely.

Ideal for endless control lines. Used by Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in the 49er .

Only available in the one 4mm size.

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