> High density Dacron® Dimension Polyant®/Challenge Sailcloth®
> 6 stroke triple zig-zag seam
> UV resistant thread and seams
> Cross-cut panels design
> Luff rope
> Head and tack strap
> Two faces clew UV protection
> Large radial reinforcements
> Leech line
> Rutgerson® Clew Block option
> Loose foot
> Reefing labels
> Sail bag
> Two year warranty
> Free shipping in Europe & UK
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|Design & Sailcut||Cross-cut panels design|
|Sail Cloth||High tenacity Dacron®, Dimension Polyant® or Challenge Sailcloth®, reinforced UV treatment|
|Cloth weight||10-15' 180g | 15-20' 220g | 20-25' 250g | 26-30' 280g | 31-35' 320g | 36-40' 360g | 41-45' 410g | 46-50' 450g ||
|Construction & Mounting||6-stroke zig-zag seams, glued panels, UV resistant thread and seam, one/two/three seams depending on the sail design and area|
|Sailing style||Cruising, fast cruising, race cruising, club racing|
|Production lead time||Three weeks|
|Guarantee||Two year warranty|
Mast Furling Mainsail for all type of main furlers, high density polyester Dacron sail cloth, Dimension Polyant ou Challenge Sailcloth. Top quality UV resistant thread and seams. Radial reinforcements for durability and performance. Leech line, Loose foot. Each sail is sold in standard bag. Best value mainsail. Reliable and efficient. Essential characteristic, Long-lasting tenacity, Higher UV Protection, Long-lasting lifetime due to constructional properties, Best conservation of the bias stability after edging, High tearing strengths enable to save the weight, Long-lasting stability of the structure under shock and peak loads.
Bluewater finishing is available on request. In this case the main sail is made with the appropriate sailcloth and accessories for bluewater sailing. This type of mainsail is suitable for a circumnavigation or charter companies.
Many boat owners prefer the mainsail furling system which provides the convenience of reefing from the cockpit. Other benefits are : no more sail covers, the longer sail life and easy maintenance, too. You simply control the sail gradually inch by inch.