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Only a few days left in the Exe Sails January Discounts

by Sam Woolner, Exe Sails & Covers on 28 Jan 2015 28 January 2015
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Only 4 days remain for our January Sail Discounts, catch it while you can!

Full suit of sail discounted prices:

  • Cadet Suit £595
  • Contender Dacron Mainsail £575
  • Contender Laminate Mainsail £675
  • Devon Yawl Suit £650
  • Enterprise Suit £750
  • GP14 Dacron Suit £995
  • GP14 Laminate Suit £1095
  • Hornet Dacron Suit £1050
  • Hornet Laminate Suit £1150
  • Lark Dacron Suit £950
  • Lark Laminate Suit £1050
  • Merlin Rocket Dacron Suit £1050
  • Merlin Rocket Laminate Suit £1150
  • Optimist Mainsail £240
  • Scorpion Dacron Suit £995
  • Scorpion Laminate Suit £1095
  • Solo Dacron £525
  • Solo Laminate £650
  • Wayfarer Suit £1100
Visit our website at or call us on 01392 874 449

We also have a stock sail clear out and have the following at a reduced price. Once they're gone, they're gone!

  • 1 x Lark Laminate Mainsail in ZZ04 £550 – NEW
  • 1 x GP14 Genoa in 180 HTP £225 – NEW
  • 1 x Devon Yawl Genoa in 205 HTP £175 – NEW
  • 1 x Merlin Rocket Spinnaker in Royal Blue & Grey £315 – NEW
including bags & we will apply your numbers FOC.

All prices are inc. VAT and plus delivery.

Offering a personal service, we take into account your crew weight, rig, hull and even where you sail to ensure not only maximum performance and ease of control, but that your sail works in harmony with you and your boat.

RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show

Sam from Exe Sails will be at the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show on the Hornet stand with our sails on display, as well as the Team Exe Sails Hornet newly refurbished by local boat builder Tim Coombe. Please come and have a chat about what we can do for you!


Entries soon open for the Exe Sails Starcross Steamer on Sunday the 15th March, so keep an eye out!

We will again be sponsoring the River Exe Regatta this year on the 11/12 July, the regatta will be open to all visiting sailors!

Success Overseas

A huge congratulations to Shahid Basheer and his crew of his J24 ELMO in winning the National Keelboat Championships at the Nautica Winter Regatta, hosted by the Royal Bombay Yacht Club.

Basheer and his crew were using our latest J24 Genoa manufactured in Dimension Polyant 265 Square sailcloth.

News Article from The Times Of India newspaper below:

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