Cross Cut Sail:
Economical type of construction for boaters looking for a good compromise between price and longevity.
The batten, full batten, allows a good control of the sail and prevents its sagging.
We have selected the AP of CONTENDER for its Polypreg finish ensuring a very good longevity to the fabric.
The Strengths of a Fully Lined Sail Cross Cut:
- The price
- Durability thanks to the polypreg finishing of CONTENDER fabrics
- Horizontal batten facilitate handling during reefing and shifting.
- The sail is much better held than on a classic sail or Half Batten.
- Roller or ball slides facilitate the maneuvering (less friction), even though the sail is heavier.
Drawing on CAD software and cutting of the widths by digital machine in our workshop.
Width assembly: 2 zig-zag seams (6 stitches) in white (or gray of choice) anti-UV.
Bands of reinforcements placed on the leech, the foot and the luff in order to avoid the deformations due to the important forces on these parts of the sail
Headboard Alu 3 pods
4 horizontal batten (or more) with strap stops on the fall and adjustable SELDEN or RUTGERSON boxes on the luff.
Their gussets are independent and attached to the sail.
2 reefs with link bands connecting the 2 points to avoid deformations the fabric working in the bias.
Rings strapped to tacks facilitating the setting on cros.
Leech line with exit at each reef.
Stainless steel eyelet Rutgerson.
Visualization bands and pennons.
Finishing Spectra Supplied in a bag.
- 3 rd Ris
- RUTGERSON Roller Slides
- Captive Ball Slides (without Rail) RONSTAN or SELDEN
- Pre-fitting for Auto Risk and Auto Hatch
- Several colors (Tan, Créme alt air ........) rather intended for "classical" units
- Mainsail cover
- Lazy Bag
- Fabric CONTENDER Fibercon® Pro Vectran:
This fabric combines the high-quality characteristics of Fibercon® yarns with the exceptional stretch resistance and flexibility of adding Vectran yarns.
We recommend a firm Polypreg finish for our Fibercon® Pro Vectran fabric.
The Polypreg finish is optimized for the greater diagonal stability required for performance sails.
There is an extra cost, but you will feel the difference .......