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15% off all dinghy sails at Exe Sails ends today at 5pm!

by Sam Woolner, Exe Sails & Covers on 2 Apr 2015 31 March 2015
Talk to Sam Woolner from Exe Sails & Covers at the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show © Mike Rice / www.fotoboat.com

01392 874 449     www.exesails.com

Thinking of a new suit of sails for this season? Our sails are designed and manufactured in house to the highest standard and we offer tailored sails to suit both your boat and crew. Our head dinghy sailmaker has been making championship winning dinghy sails for over 35 years, using some of the best materials on the market to ensure your sails give you optimum performance.

Get one of our latest Exe Sails t-shirts free when ordering a full suit of sails.

Our classes list is expanding, we now offer both racing, training & cruising sails for the following classes and more:

  • Albacore
  • B14
  • Bosun
  • Cadet
  • Cherub
  • Contender
  • Devon Yawl
  • Enterprise
  • Fireball
  • Firefly
  • GP14
  • Graduate
  • Gull
  • Hornet
  • Laser Replica
  • Lark
  • Merlin Rocket
  • Mirror
  • National 12
  • Optimist
  • Osprey
  • Phantom
  • Scorpion
  • Solo
  • Streaker
  • Wanderer
  • Wayfarer
  • Yeoman
Visit our website here for more information.

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.

Events

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!

15% off offer is 15% discount on list price sails as priced on our website.

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