Just a note to thank you and your staff for the great job in designing and installing the new staysail for my Hunter Passage 42.
- Hunter Passage 42
Your sail is an investment you can protect with a few simple steps, just some basic sail care and maintenance to help it last longer and perform better through the years.
You should have your sail serviced at least once every year to help correct or prevent many things that can cause a sail to age prematurely or fail. For smaller sails, we offer a popular Service By Mail feature to help sailors send us their sails without needing to find a box or a post office. Just give us a ring or send us an email and we’ll take care of it.
Like your boat, your sail will last longest if you keep it dry, out of the sun, and not under extreme stresses but that’s not what you bought it for, is it? As you sail your boat, your sails are going to get used, and sometimes abused, but the following tips will help them last longer.