Designed for inshore sailing, lakes or waterways.
These economical sails are perfect for sailors who enjoy the lighter conditions of inshore cruising. Made from a performance cruise, cross cut Dacron, these sails are strong and durable. Suitable for boats 28ft or less.
Coastal cruising sails
Aimed at the seasonal cruisers and club racers who are looking for a more durable and performance orientated sail.
These sails are designed to a higher construction finish, using a tightly woven High Modulus premium dacron. This combination ensures best durability, UV protection and shape holding. Usually recommended for boats up to 38ft.
Our highest level of construction and finish, designed for coastal cruising, blue water and ocean passage making.
Rolly Tasker Offshore Sails are top of the line sails designed for blue water cruising or offshore racing for any size boats. The sails are manufactured to our highest construction and finish specification to guarantee trouble free long life use and performance. They are extremely strong and low in stretch due to choosing the highest quality dacron from the world’s leading cloth manufacturers. We recommend this range for boats above 37ft.
High performance cruising sails
For optimum performance and durability they are strongly constructed using TriRadial Cut.
The Rolly Tasker High Performance Cruising line is designed for performance-orientated sailors who want to participate in club races as well as cruising. You can choose to make them in Warp Drive Polyester or Cruising Laminate.
High performance racing sails
High-end products intended for the expert racing sailor. Manufactured from the newest laminate cloths and cut to effectuate the stablest of foils.
Light weather sails
SailSelect offers four types of down wind sails to cater for all applications. Explore your options here.
SailSelect makes storm sails to standard sizes. They are rugged and strongly finished to ensure they are capable of handling storm conditions reliably. The sailcloth used is heavy duty dacron constructed with over sized and heavy corner patches with webbing and hand sewn leather re-inforcement: the seams are triple stitched and leech lines are installed. They are made in plain white with highly visible orange balls both sides of the sail, or all orange. Many race organizations insist on all orange storm sails now. Storm jibs have the option of brass hanks on the luff, or a luff tape if feeding into a furling unit. Trysails can be equipped with luff slides, or left with eyelets for parrel beads to be installed.