Cruising genoas, jibs

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The Spaysail is a unique Doyle sail that has been specially developed to deliver additional power for high performance racing yachts. A Spaysail...

The jib is full down low, so it performs well in a big...

The A-1 has won almost every heavy air regatta to date. The sail is flatter...

The V-1 Jib is the class standard light to medium air jib. The...


Viper AP Jib

3 Battens with...

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The MP-G brings the cruising yachtsman a purpose-designed and proven option for sailing in light airs. The design incorporates a bi-radial construction, making full use of the strong warp characteristics of top quality nylon for maximum strength and retention of shape. The MP-G is designed for use in light to...

Hoods high technology brings performance to our roller reefing/furling genoas. Almost any genoa can be adapted to roller furling with a luff tape, but unless the sail was specifically designed for roller furling and reefing, you will never reach your boats designed performance. The Cross Cut Genoa is computer designed...

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CLASS HEADSAILS
AP-4 155% Genoa $6,683
3DL 860 Flex-Balanced™...

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Description: Cross-cut sail made with only the highest quality goods....

Quantum Capri 14.2 sails have been the gold standard for decades. With more...

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The idea of building storm sails to carry out their work in the worst conditions is one we do not take lightly. We have learned through the harsh realities of heavy weather sailing, the important...

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JIBS

LT Light Air Jib 0-7 TWS Designed for extremely light air
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Loose Rig Jib and Snug Rig Jib

Our...

Dacron Tri-Radial AP Race Jib

- Premium Firm Finish Square Race Dacron

- Radial Panel Design

- Zipper Luff

- Custom Tapered Battens

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Aramid FiberPath Jib

Ullman Sails FiberPath stringing machine has been upgraded to an 8 string fiber layout. Using all Technora fibers aligned along the primary leech loads of the sail, the new yarn layout provides better strength through a wider wind range and weighs a class minimum 23 lbs!


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Race Jib

Fastest shape available, top racers know this is a secret weapon!

Contender...

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Can one call the Furling genoa the "do it all" sail?

The Furling genoa can't remplace all foresails. Once furled to 40/45%, It becomes flat, unefficient and can damage the aluminium head foil.

The SailOnet furling genoa comes...

Can one call the Furling genoa the "do it all" sail?

The Furling genoa can't remplace all foresails. Once furled to 40/45%, It becomes flat, unefficient and can damage the aluminium head foil.

The SailOnet furling genoa comes...

The Venus range sails are made of a cruising laminates - This sophisticated style is produced by laminating two layers of polyester taffeta on both sides of a film-encapsulated scrim. The scrims used in the DC’s proved to have excellent warp stretch performance and great tear strength The taffetas that cover...

Can one call the Furling genoa the "do it all" sail?

The Furling genoa can't remplace all foresails. Once furled to 40/45%, It becomes flat, unefficient and can damage the aluminium head foil.

The SailOnet furling genoa comes complete...

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Wellcome to the one-design site....

A radial cut sail with excellent durability and good...

A radial cut sail with good durability and stability. This is a good...

A good crosscut sail in high quality dacron (woven polyester) cloth. A perfect...

A radial cut sail in woven polyester cloth. This is a reasonable...

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Olimpic Sails’ decision to design and produce sails for the Star class was taken when Luca Devoti, who was sailing in Stars with Diego Negri, asked us to embark on this new adventure. Umberto Righi, sailmaker for Torben Grael...

Olimpic Sails began producing sails for the J24 class many years ago; building on its experience in many other One-Design classes, we...

The Olimpic Sails for the J80 class are the result of a collaboration between the Trieste sailmaker and the Spanish lofts.

The J80...

The UFO OD class has always been highly active and even today, helmsmen and crews of a high level contend the leadership in this class in the circuit of regattas.
Olimpic...

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The Passagemaker genoa incorporates all the features that cruising sailors want most in a roller furling/roller reefing genoa: durability, flexibility and performance. Unlike a regular roller reefing genoa, The Passagemaker has crescent-shaped foam quilted to the luff that gradually adds bulk to the luff. As it is furled, this foam compensates for the increase in diameter at the leech...

The area of a Heavy Weather Jib is limited to 13.5% of the height of the foretriangle squared, which is too much for most boats. Typically a sail with an 85% luff length and 85%LP defines a good size Heavy Weather jib or No. 4 genoa. The ISAF regulations state...

The Titanium Passagemaker genoa incorporates all the features that cruising sailors want most in a roller furling/roller reefing genoa: durability, flexibility and performance. Unlike a regular roller reefing genoa, The Passagemaker has crescent-shaped foam quilted to the luff that...

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The features of the sail are:

Designed using computers and the most up to date software.
Cross cut to reduce stretch by laying the major thread line along the heaviest load lines.
Layered reinforcing...

The features of the sail are:

Cross cut to reduce stretch by laying the major thread line along the heaviest load lines.
Layered reinforcing at the head, tack and clew areas...

The features of the sail are:

Bi-radial cut designed to reduce stretch by laying the radial panels and hence the major thread line along the heaviest load lines.
Fan type reinforcing...

The Storm Jib can also be used as a sail, set from masthead to the stern, to steady the boat when yawing heavily while at anchor in the wind and tide.

The features of...

A sail for ultimate conditions.

We believe we are one of the few sail makers who make this sail correctly. We fit a rope all the way round the...

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The patented "Gale Sail" from ATN, inc. is the safest and easiest way to hoist a storm jib in storm conditions.

Features:
- High visibility luff pouch
- Oversized piston hanks PLUS webbed grommets for easier hoisting
- It eliminates the need for a removable headstay.
- It eliminates the dangerous job of unfurling, dropping and stowing away the furled working...

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The only Class Sails that any amateur sailor can be competitive with. They do...

The Haarstick Tri-Furl Genoa is designed and built with one...

Our base model roller-furling...

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Hyde Touring sails are designed for coastal cruising. The...

Touring Genoa Specification
Luff tell tales
Leech and foot lines
Pressed...

Touring Genoa Specification
Luff tell tales
Leech and foot lines
Pressed...

The Hyde Voyager Ocean range is designed for blue water cruising and long distance passage...

These sails are built in orange woven Polyester and come with a tack strop and sail...

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increased popularity of headsail reefing, it is easy to forget about traditional headsails. At Jeckells we spend as much time and energy on research and development for hanked sails as we do for any other.

Each sail is designed for a different task. For example, light air sails are designed...

Reefing Headsails

The Jeckells Roller Reefing Headsail offers the most discerning yachtsman the best balance between performance and ease of use. A sailmaker is posed with a conflict of interests when designing a sail which will perform well in all wind conditions.Inevitably the solution is a...

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Our rolling genoas are made in "Dacron" with a cross-cut cutting,

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