Code Sails

“Code Sail” is a general term for a specialized class of fast, flat and furling-capable downwind sails that are defined by mid-girth measurements between 50%-75% of foot length. These sails fit between upwind headsails and downwind spinnakers. Code Sails are especially effective on high-performance monohulls and multihulls. The Code Zero model meets the minimum 75% smg requirement to be classified as a Spinnaker for certain rating rules. Customized sail shapes are combined with a luff loaded sail structure to provide unparalleled speed and stability. 3Di Code Sails feature highly specialized filament tapes and structures. Paneled Code Sails employ optimized panel layouts in a choice of sailcloth.

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Standard Features

  • Helix (Code Zero)
  • Helix (Code 65)
  • Optimized sail shapes
  • Luff loaded sail structures
  • Soft clew construction
  • Adjustable luff, leech and foot cords
  • Sail Numbers, Country Code
  • Certified Measurement
  • North Zipper Sail Bag

Optional Features

  • Helix (Code 55)
  • Future Fibres Torquelite Furling Cable
  • Integral Clew Strop
  • Trim Chevrons
  • SailKote Plus
  • Custom North Sails Graphics