Winning Performance in Racing
Our sails have had considerable success in one design classes with more than 20 national and international championship titles and the first Gold Medal for women sailors in the 470 class. Our customers excel in their one-design racing, often placing at the top of their classes.
We enjoy working with sails to develop grand prix sails for their events as well as ensuring that weekend sailors attend regattas and club races with the fastest sails available.
We sail in one-design
classes, which means we know what it takes to win. We work within class rules to
build optimal sails and fit them to the masts of individual owners. Our experts
compete at most major regattas so they can talk to our customers about their
needs. We volunteer our time to support class organizations.
If you are interested in doing a sail development program in your class, please contact Bill Shore, BillShore@ShoreSails.com. These are the primary classes for which we design winning sails.
|Club/Collegiate 420||J 22||J 120|
|DN iceboat||J 24||Knarr|
|International 14||J 35||Thistle|
|International 420||J 80||210|
Our sailmakers are successful
performance sailors. We advise customers on optimal sail shapes, sail trim and
rig-tuning and efficient boat set-up. We share our knowledge with our customers
through one-on-one conversations, tuning guides and clinics. We listen to our
customers and their needs.
Top sailors, including
today's collegiate and post-collegiate sailors choose Shore Sails, consistently
winning championship titles around the world. They choose Shore Sails because
they are confident the sails will be smooth, fast and easy to trim. They know
their new sails will be durable and long-lasting, providing the best value on
the market today.
One-design performance is
the cornerstone of Shore Sails and remains a primary focus of each loft. We build sails in many other classes. Contact your
local sailmaker for information on these classes or to enquire about our
abilities in your class.
|A Class Cat||470||National 10||San Juan 24|
|Able Poitin||Grand Prix 14||Olsen 30||Soveral 33|
|B Class Cat/Sanderling||Hobie 33||Pearson Flyer||Tanzer 22|
|Blue Jay||International Folkboat||Pearson 26||Tartan 10|
|Rhodes 18||Tartan 28|
|C&C 32||J 28||Rhodes 19||Tartan 30|
|C&C 34||J 32||S-Boat||Tartan 31|
|C&C 35||J 33||S 2 7.9||Tartan 33|
|C&C 36||J 34 cruising||S 2 9.1||Tartan 34|
|C&C 41||J 36||Sabre 28||Tartan 372|
|C&C 44||J 37||Sabre 30||Tartan 3000|
|Europe||J 90||Sabre 34||Tartan 3500|
|F3||J 130||Sabre 36||Tartan 3800|
|Finn||Laser 28||Sabre 362||Turnabout|
|Flying Scot||Melges 24||Sanderling/B Class Cat|
Shore Sails is actively seeking marketing representatives to sell sails in specific classes and to create a presence in that class. For more information, please contact Bill Shore, Shore Sails International
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