North Sails Sailmaking sails
... boom-vang tension adds mast bend down low. Easy to trim with good acceleration in a range of conditions.Designed by North Sails Japan.Standard Features420 insigniaSail numbersSpreader windowBattensTell talesSail bagClass button
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 ...
Wind range: 0-30 knotsThe 5.5 Metre MNi-1 3Di RAW mainsail is a true all purpose sail, designed to suit conditions up to 30 knots TWS. 3Di RAW is purpose-built composite with a dedicated tape layout that matches 3Di technology ...
... Features Tapered epoxy battens Vision/spreader windows Leech cord Shelf foot Floating tack Cunningham Leech tell tales Sail number Country code Class Insignia Roll bag
A Canadian design proven fast in a very wide range of conditions.Standard FeaturesFixed or adjustable luff wireVision windowLeech trimming telltaleLuff telltalesRoll bagMax foot roach for better downwind performance
... the shape all the way to the head and keeps the draft from moving aft as the sail is loaded in heavy air. The improved panel design will improve the sail’s durability. The sail will stay ...
... a new North Sails design for the Beetle Cat class, developed for the new Ida Lewis Yacht Club fleet. Our designers have optimized this sail shape and layout using the same design tools as are used with ...
A North Sails molded design featuring radial clew for durability and shape holding. The HR-V1 jib is built out of North exclusive Xi laminate.
Wind range: 0-20 knotsThe I-1 Gold mainsail powered the top boats at the 2016 Worlds and US Nationals. The I-1 Gold C Scow main is ultra-fast in any condition. For the best combination of pointing ability and pure speed, the I-1 Gold ...
... 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.
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