... O.R.C. required maximum areas for the storm jib (.05 IG 2 ) and the storm trysail (.175 (P*E)) produce sails that are too large in area for safe sailing in worst case ...
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 ...
... the foot are concave. The storm trysail must be made out of strong woven polyester and it is recommended that the color be highly visible. This picture shows how well Storm Orange sails ...
... large or small, which ventures into open water should, as part of its essential equipment, carry storm sails. The primary objective in designing a storm sail is to provide sufficient ...
Lidgard Sails No.4 Headsails are commonly used in conditions 30 – 45 knots of breeze. All our heavy weather headsails are designed and built to withstand the harshest of conditions whilst not sacrificing performance. Usually with a reduced ...
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