Cruising Sails 


Carbon fiber’s resistance to stretch is three times greater that S-Glass yarns, which are, in tern, three times more stretch resistant than polyester yarns.

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Radial Cruising 

Thanks to radial cut and sail cloths used, our cruising sails are now stronger, with long durability and much lighter compared to Dacron sails. We design the cut of these kinds of sails as tri-radial and we use cloths suitable for radial cut...

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Performans Cruising

UK Sailmakers’ low stretch continuousleaf membrane Matrix Titanium® and TapeDrive® technology for which UK Sailmakers is the creator, presents correct options for strength and lightness...

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Cruising Asymmetrical Spinnakers arespecially designed to fill the gap between genoas and symmetrical spinnakers.

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No other material has a longer life. The reason for that is the polyester woven cloth is more resistant to impacts and UV rays than any other material used in manufacturing sails.

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Cruising Dacron 

Code Zero

The Code Zero is an intermediate between a genoa and an asymmetrical spinnaker that is used for sailing close to the wind in light air.

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