headsailfor cruising sailboatscross-cut

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mainsail, headsail
for cruising sailboats


Still considered some of the most durable and economical sails around, it is not surprising to see how many of our original Dacron sails are still going strong. Our superior engineered sails, designed by sail designers who understand how sails get used, offer a better, more durable sail. The Dacron sail is designed for the cruising sailor who truly values performance and durability, and is still custom designed by our in-house design team, and fitted to your exact boat. CRUISE DACRON A well-made cross-cut sail still represents the best value for many sailors. For cruising sailors who prioritise durability, it offers great value for money and a long service. Some of our customers are reporting that their sails are still going strong after 20 years of use. Also available in a radial construction. PERFORMANCE CRUISE DACRON Doyle Performacne Cruise sails provide rugged enhancements over Cruising sails including larger than standard patch sizing, additional flat tapes around the edges, wider seams with extra stitching, heavier duty hardware. Offshore cross-cut sails utilize the highest tenacity polyester fabrics with tight weaves to help maintain their shape longer. Also available in a radial construction. YOUR CHOICE OF MATERIAL DACRON: Polyester’s desirable properties include excellent resiliency, high abrasion resistance, high UV resistance, high flex strength and low cost. Low absorbency allows the fiber to dry quickly. Although polyester has been replaced by higher modulus fibers such as those used in the Doyle Stratis products, its proven durability and price point has seen it remain a popular cruising sailcloth fiber.


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