We just received this picture from North Idaho College. This is one of the small G-Spinns built in a Bi-Radial design. It shows how the sail is being used to make sailing easier. It is made with 1.54 oz. nylon, has a spinnaker sock to make it easier to use. This is the sailing instructor for North Idaho College.
Here is a picture of a Cal 2-46 Sailboat using one of our Asymmetrical Spinnakers. This photo was taken when the boat was in Puget Sound.
This is one of my asymmetrical spinnakers with a custom Alaska Flag inlaid in the body of the sail. Each star is custom cut and sewn into the spinnaker.
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Here is a couple pictures of a G-Spinn sail we built back a few months ago that is being raced. Our sail is on a Newport 30 racing in the final race in Bayview Idaho. Our proprietary G-Spinn spinnaker sails are doing great in races and we look forward to sharing more images with you in the near future.
Here is a beautiful aqua and white asymmetrical spinnaker from a local sailo that was very surprised that he could use his to point into the wind. It sounds unbelievable, but our customers are seeing it for their own eyes!
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This is another one of our revolutionary G-Spinn spinnaker sails on the water. It was used during a race on the Sound End of Pend Oreille Lake.
We set up this G-Spinn for the first time with the owner of a Newport 30
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We got a great thank you letter from Durkee Richards and his crew. They raced using our custom sails
We enjoyed a spirited race in Sequim Bay yesterday. The southerly pressure gradient generated a fresh southerly in the bay — 10 to 20 knots. As Chris Allen put it “Team Geritol had a fine race”. We finished just a few minutes behind the Big Dogs and well out in the lead for the B-fleet.
I have finally remembered to send you a copy of the picture of the crew with the trophy for the Reach For Hospice Regatta that appeared in the clubs Scuttlebutt.
From right to left: Chris Allen and Carol Jackson, from Port Angeles; Durkee Richard, the skipper on race day (holding the trophy) Mary Richards (boat owner), standing in for Don Yager of Yager sails and Canvas in Spokane and Jerry Cornell of Port Ludlow who was the designated driver.
With such a push to overseas manufacturing in the last 10 years, people are often in disbelief when we tell them that we make our own sails right here in Washington state. We decided to take some photos and do a video of our owner Don Yager sewing, and a video of our computerized cutter at work. We are more than happy to give tours of our facilities upon request.
We put the extra personal attention to each one of our custom sails, which is what helps to make them some of the best asymmetrical spinnaker sails in the world.