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Holding Winter prices until the end of January

by Exe Sails & Covers on 19 Dec 2014 19 December 2014
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We're holding our winter prices until the end of January!

We're going to hold all our winter dinghy sail prices until the 31st January to help get over the January Blues. This will include our new 2015 design sails.

Visit www.exesails.com or call 01392 874449

GP14 genoa raffle

We've donated a GP14 genoa to help raise money for the class with a raffle drawn at the Dinghy Show, you can buy the online raffle tickets here: www.gp14.org/win-a-brand-new-gp14-genoa

New Dinghy Sail Development

Over the Christmas break, we've got a well-received new 2015 design on test in the Solo with the new sail available in both Dacron and ODL04 Technora Laminate straight after Christmas.

Were also working on our latest design Lark sails to bring out a new 2015 design in January with the Mainsail manufactured in ODL04 Technora Laminate.

With the Scorpion Nationals local to us next year, we're also working with a couple of local boats on new designs to be tested in January.

Sponsored events

Don't forget to get your entry in for the Exe Sails Starcross Steamer on Sunday the 15th March. Check out the SYC website for more details.

Offshore Sails

There's still time to get your sails valeted with a wash and check over in time for the next season, with over 80 years sailmaking experience and very competitive prices, why not bring your sails in and maintain the investment you have in them.

Thinking of a new sail for your boat next year? Why not give us a call and speak to our knowledgeable sailmakers about enhancing the boats performance and your sailing pleasure with new sails all manufactured in house in our sail loft in Devon.

Canvas Work

Protect your boat this winter with a new cover manufactured by our experienced team. From dinghies to motor yachts and sailing boats of all sizes, we can supply all types of canvas work and marine upholstery to keep your boat covered up and get it ready for next season.

Exe Sails at the RYA Dinghy Show

We will have our sails on display on the Hornet stand at the Dinghy Show 2015 and Sam will be there both days if you wish to discuss new sails. We are proud to support the classes we work with and will be having a special dinghy show offer on a select few sails.

Our Christmas Prize Draw finishes on the 25th December

To be entered, buy a new sail, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/exesails or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter/com/exesails

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