The V-3 is a Japanese design with a deeper top half than the V-2. That makes it more stable, and easier to trim especially in choppy conditions. The ease of trim and stability makes it possible for crews to focus more on the waves or ...
... profile and a harder cloth than the I-1 Gold, the Harecut is the sail to have when the breeze is up. If you want to go fast in a breeze, or if you have a light crew weight, the Harecut is your sail of choice.
North CFJ mainsail for those sailing under CFJ Class Association Rules. This sail is made from premium, hard finish racing Dacron.Standard FeaturesClass insigniaThree battensSail bag
Coronado 15 AP JibThe North Sails All-Purpose Coronado 15 jib is a proven winner having won many North American Championships . We designed the jib heavier than the main to resist the abuse it takes when tacking against ...
... to fit your individual sailing style. Standard Features Vision window Epoxy battens Spreader window Long roll sail bag Class insignia Sail numbers Optional Extra set of battens Slides for wood mast/boom Trim ...
... Purpose The North Sails Shark 24 SM-6 Mainsail was developed by World Champion Paul Davis. The sail is manufactured from Dacron and features a cross cut design. Standard ...
... waves, or a light drifter on Nagawicka, the Powerzone Mainsail is the sail to have for X Boat ILYA racing! Standard Features Tapered battens Vision window Choice of colored sail numbers (blue, black, ...