Rolly Tasker Inshore Sails are suitable for small boats up to 28ft. These are at least factory equivalent replacement sails which originally come with most production boats. They are perfect for cruising and light racing. These sails are manufactured with quality cruising dacron weaves that last for many years. They have been extremely popular for the Hunter, Catalina, MacGregor, Precision and similar yacht ranges.
Rolly Tasker Coastal Sails are designed for recreational cruisers and club racers who look for a combination of durability and performance for boats up to 36ft. The sails are built in crosscut design in a strong construction finish with use of High Modulus dacron fabrics to ensure durability and shape holding.
The sails are manufactured to our highest construction and finish specification to guarantee trouble free long life use and performance. They are extremely strong and low in stretch due to choosing the highest quality dacron available from the world’s leading cloth manufacturers. We recommend this range for boats above 37ft, sailing both coastal, blue water and ocean passage making.
The Rolly Tasker Performance line is designed for performance orientated sailors who want to participate in racing as well as cruising.
Rolly Tasker Sails offer four types of down wind sails to cater for all applications. Explore your options here.
Rolly Tasker makes storm sails to standard sizes. They are rugged and strongly finished to ensure they are capable of handling storm conditions reliably.
Rolly Tasker Sails builds Spinnakers and Code Zeros for different applications. Explore your options in more detail here.
Rolly Tasker’s Asymmetric Race Spinnakers have been developed by our professional team with a background in cutting edge sail design, using performance optimised software. They are constructed to the highest level of quality. Our Asymmetric Spinnakers are available in 6 different wind range models for the best performance on every course.
Cruising Code Zeros are designed with straight luff incorporating an anti-torsion rope and a small positive roach for stable trim and easy handling. They can be built out of heavy spinnaker cloth, which is most competitive, or a laminate for more demanding cruising sailors. Race Code Zeros are built out of Dimension Polyant CZ Laminate. The mid girth of Racing Code Zeros is designed to be 75% of foot to avoid rating penalties which does mean a small downturn in wind range and handling but this is accepted by racers because of the advantages in rating.