For over 25 years Aquarius Sail has been involved in the design and
development of multihull sails. Today Aquarius Sail is your source for high
performance sails and battens that are designed and fabricated to some of
the highest standards in the sailing industry.
Aquarius Sail has teamed up with some of the best sail designers and sail
lofts in the United States to provide you the highest performance sails
available. Utilizing state of the art design technology and years of
experience we are able to design a sail that is optimized for you boat and
application whether you are a hardcore racer or just a recreational sailor.
For years Aquarius Sail has demanded nothing but the best from its
sailmakers for the SuperCat and ARC Products. Today we pass on that demand
for excellence, not only for our own boats, but for you boat too.
What is a High Performance Sail without High Performance Battens?
Aquarius Sail & Bill Roberts were the first to use tapered tubular battens.
In 1979 Bill Roberts used the industries first Tapered Tubular Battens on
the SuperCat 20, that is almost 20 years before the rest of the sailing
community even started considering the technology! While tubular battens are
now the latest "Rage" in batten technology, most sail lofts and batten
suppliers are just learning the secrets to great batten performance. Over
the last 25 years Aquarius Sail has developed the ability to match batten
compression and camber to the sail design, producing the best lightweight,
high performance batten available on the market today. Tubular battens can
save upwards of 50% in weight while maintaining optimal sail shape over
traditional tapered fiberglass battens.
If you are looking for new sails or battens, don't settle for anything less then the best! Come to the experts in High Performance Sail and Batten design. Contact our "Sails" department for a customized quote that meets your exact needs.
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