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    It´s your lifestyle! You want the best from all worlds - whether you are off for the summer or heading out to take on a speed duel in the club, go with MARIN. Feel free to reach exciting bays and new ports with total confidence. Seize the moment! Durability and performance go hand in hand.

Popular Marin material combinations

DEN 04
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Double taffeta
Fibers: Technora
DEN 05
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Double taffeta
Fibers: Technora/Vectran
DEN 06
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Double taffeta
Fibers: Vectran
DEN 09
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Double taffeta
Fibers: Vectran/Polyester
DEN 24
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Single Outside Taffeta
Fibers: Technora
DEN 25
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Single Outside Taffeta
Fibers: Technora/Vectran
DEN 26
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Single Outside Taffeta
Fibers: Vectran
DEN 29
Layout: EPEX
Surface: Single Outside Taffeta
Fibers: Vectran/Polyester
DEN 15
Layout: Trioptimal
Material: Hydranet Radial

DEN 18
Layout: Trioptimal
Material: Polyester Laminate

DEN 51
Layout: Trioptimal
Material: eXRP Laminate

DEN 10
Layout: Cross-cut
Material: Woven Dyneema, Hydranet

DEN 12
Layout: Cross-cut
Material: Woven Polyester, Dacron AP

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Marin Furlstrøm - Nylon

The world famous FurlStrøm is a great cruising sail with the performance close to a gennaker and the handling of a genoa. A must for family or shorthanded sailing. Characterized by a flat cut and straight luff for better pointing and with a complete furling system for easy handling. The FurlStrøm does not need a heavy spinnaker pole. It comes complete with a high-quality furling system. Easy to stow when furled, in the special made Furlstrøm sailbag. The sail is made from a light weight nylon fabric in many different colors that you can design yourself.

 

 

Other Downwindsails

If the above product example is not what you are looking for, check out all the other downwind sails in our MARIN, Crossover Performance segment.

  • Light Spinnaker
  • Heavy Spinnaker
  • Gennaker
  • Furlstrøm XL
  • Blue Water Runner
  • Light Spinnaker

    Light Spinnaker

    The light Cruising Spinnaker is an all-round spinnaker with less leech and foot roach, to make the sail more stable (easy sailing).

    Can be used at angles from 120-170° TWA. Perfect together with our Spisock ( Snuffer) for easy and safe handling.

    TWA: 120-170°
    TWS: 4-24 kn
  • Heavy Spinnaker

    Heavy Spinnaker

    The heavy Cruising Spinnaker is like the light spinnaker. Can however be used in more wind.

    Can be used at angles from 115-175° TWA. Perfect together with our Spisock (Snuffer) for easy and safe handling.

    TWA: 115-175°
    TWS: 15-32 kn
  • Gennaker

    Gennaker

    The Cruising Gennaker is close to the A2 but with less roach in luff and leech, to make the sail more stable (easy sailing).

    Can be used at angles from 130-165° TWA. Perfect together with our Spisock (Snuffer) for easy and safe handling.

    TWA: 130-165°
    TWS: 4-24 kn
  • Furlstrøm XL

    Furlstrøm XL

    The Furlstrøm XL is a Gennaker that furl s around a loose anti-torsion cable. It furls from the top and down.

    It can be used at the same angles as the cruising gennaker 130-165° TWA. It has a smaller head angle for better furling.

    TWA: 130-165°
    TWS: 10-24 kn
  • Blue Water Runner

    Blue Water Runner

    The Blue Water Runner is a twin furling downwind sail, which is easy to furl away from the safety of the cockpit. The sail is a 3-in-1 solution, working not only as a twin furling downwind-runner, but also as an ultra-light genoa and a reacher.

    In downwind mode the sail can be used at angles from TWA 140-180° and in reaching mode in TWA 60-135°.

    Please note that you are not able to colour this sail – contact your local Elvstrøm Sails dealer for more info on this sail.

    TWA downwind: 140-180°
    TWA reaching: 60-135

Alisio Downwind
Wind angles are subject to the actual boat type, weight and stability.

Ever tried designing your own spinnaker or gennaker? Well, here's your chance!

Simply select boat size, sail purpose and sail type and you are all set to colour your own symmetric or assymetric downwind sail! Once you are done and happy with the result save it by sending the layout by e-mail or request a quote. The number of panels varies according to the size of your sail and the colours in your computer layout may may differ slightly from the "real life" spinnaker colours.

Enjoy!

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