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Cross-Cut Mainsail

Cross-Cut Furling Main - no battens

Cross-Cut Furling Main - vertical battens


Cross-Cut Furling Genoa

Cross-Cut Furling Blade



Radial Mainsail

Radial Furling Main - no battens

Radial Furling Main - vertical battens


Radial Furling Genoa

Radial Furling Blade


Membrane Mainsail

Membrane Furling Main - no battens

Membrane Furling Main - vertical battens


Membrane Furling Genoa

Membrane Furling Blade

These sails are ideal for most sailors, those among us who love our boats and enjoy puttering around on them on the weekends. We sail on a regular basis, but we don’t sail hard. If there are storm warnings we stay on the mooring. We want good quality sails that are practical, affordable, easy to handle and east to trim and last for many years.

You know who you are. Your boat has a little extra “furniture’ down below, your crew is not made up of hot-shots but when that start gun fires you are all in. You measure the life of a sail by how long it holds it’s shape and not by how long it holds together. Most of all you want fast, quality sails engineered to win races season after season, and you want them to be affordable.

Some sailors like to venture offshore; not too far offshore and usually for just a day or so. Since you can’t always predict the weather there are times when you may get caught in a bit of breeze. Your sails need to be durable yet easy to manage, definitely easy to trim and most important of all, good quality sails at a fair price.

There are those among us who put winning above everything, both on land and on the water. Your sails are there to win races for you and if you have to replace them to keep on winning that’s a cost you are willing to pay. Our Grand Prix Series sails are manufactured from the very best load bearing yarns and engineered to build the lightest sail possible yet one that still holds it’s shape through a broad wind range.

If there is some distance sailing in your future you need our Bluewater Series. These sails are designed and engineered for those going offshore for a few days, or for a few weeks. Additional stitching, larger patches, anti-chafe protection, Spectra webbing for head and tack webbing loops and Tenara thread are just some of the engineering details incorporated into these affordable, long lasting sails.


You have got some offshore racing in your future and you want to be the first to Bermuda, Hawaii, Hobart or wherever your bucket list is taking you. You need sails designed for speed, engineered for durability all at a price that leaves you with money left over to spend on living large once you get to where you are going. If this sounds like you then our Offshore Racing Series is just what you need.

If you are a serious passagemaker and there is no place for compromise in your vocabulary, then you need our Global Series. You are going places where sail repair facilities are nonexistent and you are spending long periods at sea to get there. These sails are high quality, durable, and manufactured with the very best fabrics and engineering details. They will hold together in the worst weather and hold their shape for many years. This applies to both racing sails for an event like the Vendée Globe or for serious Blue water cruisers that are going places. Best part is our Global Series sails are also affordable.



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