Mainsail TR 2800
for cruising sailboatsfor cruising multihullstri-radial cut

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Characteristics

Type
mainsail
Applications
for cruising sailboats, for cruising multihulls
Fabrication
tri-radial cut, carbon

Description

Series 2800 utilizes tri-radial construction with pre-made high modulus composite materials featuring carbon, aramid and Dyneema fiber networks. There is a wide variety of material options available in this series. Boat size and expected usage will dictate material choice. BOAT SIZE 40-80' MATERIAL High modulus composites with carbon/aramid blends and taffeta exterior skins COST TRI-RADIAL SAIL CONSTRUCTION Tri-radial sails utilize panels of pre-made materials radiating from the three corners of the sail. The long, or “warp”, fibers of the material are oriented to align with the primary load paths. Better alignment creates lower stretch improving shape holding. Tri-radials provide a performance upgrade for those who are looking for more than what a classic woven polyester sail can provide. Designed for Maximum Control When it comes to boat handling and sailing enjoyment, it’s sail shape that makes the difference. Sail shapes are custom-designed for your boat by Quantum’s experienced sail designers based on expected usage and boat-specific constraints such as mast bend, displacement and righting moment. Sail shapes feature a smooth, flat aerodynamic profile for optimum upwind performance, with an open trailing edge to reduce heeling and weather helm. The shape allows sailing into a higher range of wind conditions before reefing becomes necessary. The Right Materials There is a broad spectrum of material options ranging from simple woven materials, to custom composites and they are available from a variety of suppliers. In general, there are four categories:

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