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P-15 Assymetrical Spinnaker - $395.00

Hyde Cruising Asymm Spinnaker (Gennaker)

The Cruising Gennaker is designed to be set from the stem head without a pole. These sails are docile and easy to trim and will add stress free knots to your downwind progress. Voyager Cruising Spinnakers are custom made to the exact dimensions of your yacht in a range of high quality Spinnaker materials - The choice of cloth weight will be based on the size of the boat and the intended use.

Cruising Spinnaker Spec

Tri-Radial panel layout
Radial patches
Webbed on stainless ring at each corner
Head, tack and clew identification labels to be used with a loose luff furler
Anti torque luff rope
Webbing tack and head loops with internal leather reinforcement
Coloured leech tapes to simplify packing or, better still, buy a Hyde Snuffer
Sail number
Low stretch luff line and tack pennant
Launcher bag(optional)

Sail Cloth Choice

  • 0.9oz Nylite - All Colors
  • 1.5oz Fibremax 64 - All Colors
  • 2.2oz Fibremax 94 - White, Red, Dark Blue only

 

Optional launcher bag complete with clips for attachment 
to the lee rail.

 

Hyde Sails Limited reserve the right to change these specifications in line with our policy of continuous improvement.

P15 Genoa - Color - $425.00

Designed and Produced by Hyde Sails

Hank-on 150% Genoa offers greater sail area for light winds.

Choose from the colors.

Red
Blue
Green
Yellow
Orange
Purple
Black
Tan Bark
Egyptian Cotton
P15 Genoa - Standard - $370.00

Designed and Produced by Hyde Sails

Light-air hank on 150% Genoa offers greater sail area for light winds.

P15 Lapper - Color - $340.00
  • Potter 15 "Lapper" Jib with Hanks from Hyde Sails. The most versatile sail for a P15. Designed for winds from 0 to 15 kts. The most versatile sail for a P15. Designed for winds from 0 to 15 kts. Optimized for upwind work and reaching, with a full hoist on the luff, and clew position which allows sheeting in side the shrouds High clew affords excellent visibility.Built to Hyde's Coastal Touring standard for toughness, durability and long service-life. Headsails take a beating with every tack, but these sails are built tough, with anti-chafe patches, leech cords, and 2-ply leech tapes. High Modulus Dacron: High performance cloth woven from the best polyester yarns available. Higher modulus means lower stretch. You get dramatically longer shape-life for a modest price premium. Choose your color!


  • Challenge 6 oz High Modulus Dacron adds years to the sail's shape-life
  • Luff: Brass Hanks through stainless steel grommets plus stretch resistant luff tape
  • Radial patches at corners add years to the shape-life compared to standard patches
  • Anti-chafe webbing at clew, tack, and head
  • Foot line and leech lines with cleat to reduce edge flogging
  • Staggered tell-tales on luff
  • 3-step zig-zag stitching
  • Stainless steel pressed grommets or webbed SS rings at head and clew
  • Crosscut panel design
  • Includes tsquare sailbag and sail ties

 

Red
Blue
Green
Yellow
Orange
Purple
Black
Tan Bark
Egyptian Cotton
P15 Main - Color - $650.00

Designed and Produced by North Sails

Measuring 72 Square Feet, the standard P15 Main comes with one set of reef points, full top batten and two partial battens.

Mainsail Slides Available for $100
Second Set of Reef Points Available for $60

Let your imagination run wild, Solid Colors or Stripes - the colors available are below and please call to specify choices.

Red
Blue
Green
Yellow
Orange
Purple
Black
Tan Bark
Egyptian Cotton
P15 Main - Standard - $490.00

Measuring 72 Square Feet, the standard P15 Main comes with one set of reef points, full top batten and two partial battens.

Mainsail Slides Available for $100
Second Set of Reef Points Available for $60

At any time please feel free to call with questions or to place an order via phone at 800 433 4080

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