UK Sailmakers makes racing sails for all kinds of boats, sailors, and budgets. UK Sailmakers uses powerful computer modeling and analysis programs to design race-winning sails that will hold up to the strains and stresses of the race course. Modern CAD programs allow sail designers to rely more on proven numbers than on old fashion intuition.
Your mainsail is the most tireless worker on your boat. Whether crossing the starting line in a drifter or reefed down in 30 knots, the same mainsail needs to hold a fast shape. No matter what construction system or cloth material is used, all of our racing mains are custom designed for your boat and the conditions you typically race in.
Racing Genoas, and Jibs
Customizing your racing headsail inventory will improve your boat’s performance around the buoys and during distance races. Having the right sized and shaped headsail for the conditions will always be faster. Your local UK Sailmaker works with you to build a headsail inventory that works for your racing requirements as well as budget.
Winning one-design sails requires time in the class to figure out what shapes are fast and how to tune the boat over a range of wind conditions. While we don’t make sails for all one-design classes, the ones we are involved in have winners with our sails.
Racing Sail Production Methods
Our Titanium and X-Drive construction methods utilize continuous load path fibers between the three corners of the sail to best control seam creep and distortion. All our production methods provide the highest quality of sailmaking with attention to detail.
Why buy from UK Sailmakers?
With more than 75 years of sailmaking experience, we offer sailing and design knowledge of our worldwide group from local experts who ensure top service after the sale. We provide genuine craftsmanship and are backed up by our lofts.
Where to buy your Racing Sails
You can reach out to your local UK Sailmakers Loft here or simply submit the Get a Quote form to get the process started. Someone from your nearest UK Sailmakers loft will be back to you shortly to discuss what sail works best for your boat, your sailing conditions, and your budget.