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Hyde Sails are known for their consistency in shape and reliability, we have designs in the Solo class that we know are fast and suit the current mast sections. After the tremendous success we had in our first real year back in the class we are further committing to the Solo by having our head sail designer Richard Lovering competing in 2017.
Several opens and area events were won using the laminate sail. Our Solo sails are top quality and offer excellent value for money and with Richard on the scene we will continue our close involvement with several top sailors in the UK.
Mainsail Code 6L
The Code 6L is a brand-new sail for 2019 and is suited to the D+, M7 and Cumulus mast sections. It is made Dimension Polyant ODL4.5 and is a radial sail. Careful attention has been paid to the panel layout to ensure the designed shape stays in place and does not distort under load.
The sail comes complete with window, numbers, battens and long sail bag.
Price Inc. In House Measurement + sail bag
Mainsail Club 6D
We also offer a woven Dacron sail, made from 3.8PKRS, for those who prefer the extra flexibility in adjustment and handling on shore. The sail comes complete with window, numbers, battens and long sail bag.
Available to buy in our online store
Latest News from hyde sails
A locally developed sailboat called the Oz Goose known the world over as sailboat you can have for less than the price of an iPhone recently held its National Championships on the weekend of 3-4 November at the Taal Lake Yacht Club (TLYC) in Talisay, Batangas. 25 teams participated in the Oz Goose National Championships 2018 in just as many boats. People from all walks of life participated in the regatta, some from as far as Cebu.
Royal Corinthian YC, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex (14 October, 2018): Ben Saxton and Toby Lewis have won the 2018 Endeavour Trophy for the fourth time in succession with an impressive scoreline of six wins writes Sue Pelling.
Royal Corinthian YC, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex (13 October, 2018): In the breezy opening day of the 58th Endeavour Trophy, Ben Saxton and Toby Lewis managed to lead at the top mark and win all four races by a considerable margin writes Sue Pelling.
Another win for Roger Emonts our Hyde Sails Distributor in Luxembourg he can now add Ponant Belgian Champion to his long list of wins this year across the Ponant Class.