This season is truly unusual. We´ve talked to one of our good ambassadors to find out how they cope with the situation. David McGough and his team compete in coastal and offshore racing in the UK with the J-109, Just So as well as a few favoured regattas.
Roland Jarlgaard returned to his home in Denmark on the 20th of March just as the corona outbreak started closing flight traffic. But with 8 months of crossing the Atlantic and sailing the Caribbean’s, having to stay home doesn´t seem to upset Roland. On the contrary, it leaves time for reflection and of course time for planning how to bring back the X4.3 Xplorer !
It is with great sorrow that we have to say goodbye to a truly unique veteran of the sail making industry. Nic Johansen, son of Erik Johansen who founded Elvstrøm Dingy Sails together with Paul Elvstrøm in 1954, has suddenly passed away.
We always love the feedback we get from customers. And in these lock-down times this one from Birgitta and Eric was such a refreshing reminder of the colourful world out there. Enjoy the great snapshots from the couple on their circumnavigation.
We all miss the sea, the ocean, the freedom. The feeling of looking up into the horizon. Grasp your chance to look into a bright new set of sails when the season sets in!
William Friis-Møller is one of the passionate sailors at Elvstrøm Sails. Now William is about to enjoy his retirement, exploring the world at sea of course. Here´s a few reminders from William, before he takes off: