Hyde Sails commitment to the Flying Fifteen class cannot go unnoticed. Hyde Sails sail designer Richard Lovering sails in the class and can be found sailing from his home club on the south coast or on the open meeting and championship circuit. The sails we supply are the sails that Richard used to win the 2015 Championship and 2nd at the 2016 Championship. Richard will continue to campaign his boat with a view to competing in the next Worlds in 2018

This sail is designed for crews under 27 stone. Developed from the Code 2A. A cross cut sail, it has shown itself to be very powerful in light airs. As the wind increases the sail flattens off easily with use of mast bend, kicking strap and Cunningham controls whilst still retaining an efficient shape. The head of the sail works well to provide good gust response making the boat easy to steer upwind in a breeze.

Price Inc. In House Measurement & 20% VAT £819.00

This sail has been design for crews over 27 stone and is a development of the 2016 sail that proved very popular over the last season. The sail has been reduced in depth in the lower third and has a small luff curve reduction to match the new high aspect jib. It flattens off very well using the mast bend controls, kicker and cunningham.

Price Inc. In House Measurement & 20% VAT £819.00


Designed to work in conjunction with both mainsail designs, the 1H Genoa is cut to the new High aspect rules and offers great all round performance. 
Careful attention has been paid to ensure the draft position and depth allows sailors to get the best from the sail no matter what the conditions.


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F101 to appear on BBC Breakfast News

Thursday, June 15, 2017

With all the interest in the Foiling America's Cup boats F101 have been asked to do a few features for radio/TV/press. Below is a link to a section on BBC Radio Solent, the team have also  ..

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Royal escape 2017

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Redeye retains trophies The 40th running of ‘The Royal Escape’ took place on Friday 25th May. It's a distance of 67 nautical miles and celebrates the escape across the cha ..

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Vlad the Impala wins with Hyde sails

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Write up from Luke Yeates We were off to an interesting start to the series with a port / starboard collision at the start of the first race, we were doing U-turns worthy of Downing Stree ..

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