I second the Q sails recommendation.
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When I replaced my headsail furler, I had a rigger from a respected sailmaking company aboard to help with the installation. He was quite impressed with the workmanship and the price.
Jeff Spirit Amel 54 #14
On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 04:29 PM, Ian Townsend wrote:
We've been very happy with our new TriRadial Cut Pro Radial Genoa made by Q Sails, part of Bill's Yacht School discount program. Great product and an even better price.
Ian & Margaret
S/V Loca Lola II SM153
On Mar 18, 2019, at 3:16 PM, smiles bernard via Groups.Io wrote:
Does anyone have any experience of Lee Sails?
We are considering them as an almost half price alternative for UK manufactured sails.
Normally we get what we pay to a degree but the price difference is enough for me to pause and consider.
Our Maramu has the single spreader isomat masts without furler ( just slab reefing ) so reasonably simple sails
I am being quoted for fully battened with cars that go into the mast luff box - we have them currently and they work ok.
Any thoughts or experience most welcome