downwind sail / for cruiser-racer sailboats / 3DI® / furler
CODE 65 North Sails Sailmaking

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    downwind sail

  • Applications:

    for cruiser-racer sailboats

  • Fabrication:

    3DI®

  • Other characteristics:

    furler

Description

“Code Sail” is a general term for a specialized class of fast, flat and furling-capable downwind sails that are defined by mid-girth measurements between 50%-75% of foot length. These sails fit between upwind headsails and downwind spinnakers. Code Sails are especially effective on high-performance monohulls and multihulls. The Code Zero model meets the minimum 75% smg requirement to be classified as a Spinnaker for certain rating rules. Customized sail shapes are combined with a luff loaded sail structure to provide unparalleled speed and stability. 3Di Code Sails feature highly specialized filament tapes and structures. Paneled Code Sails employ optimized panel layouts in a choice of sailcloth.

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Helix Luff (Code Zero)
Optimized sail shapes
Luff loaded sail structures
Soft clew construction
Adjustable luff, leech and foot cords
Sail Numbers, Country Code
Certified Measurement
North Zipper Sail Bag
Optional
Helix Luff (Code 70)
Future Fibres Torquelite Furling Cable
Integral Clew Strop
Trim Chevrons
SailKote Plus
Custom North Sails Graphics