Sail Types

Taskers creates mainsails, jibs and spinnakers in a huge range of styles, colours and materials for single and multi-hulled craft. Australia's best sails are right here in Perth.

in boom furling mainsail
In-boom furling mainsail with full length battens constructed from quality cruising laminates.
fully battened mainsails
Fully battened mainsails built in quality dacron for racing and cruising yachts.
high aspect Blade Jib
High aspect Blade Jib for Multihull and Racing Monohulls using cruising laminates, kevlar and spectra. Full length battens for more effective trimming.
cross cut genoas
Cross Cut Genoa's using quality Dacron fabrics for club racers and cruising yachts, where furling systems are not used.
multi hull mainsails
Multi Hull Mainsails (Cruising) with moderate roach. Variable weights of cruising laminates used throughout the sail. Full length battens with PNP receptacles which are adaptable to most RCB track systems.
radial head multi purpose spinnaker
Radial Head Multi Purpose Spinnaker constructed in quality Ripstop Nylons for cruising yachts. Spinnaker Sally (Snuffer) is usually supplied with these sails for easy handling.
in boom furling mainsail with full length
Another, In-boom furling mainsail with full length battens constructed from quality cruising laminates.
conventional crosscut mainsail
Conventional Crosscut mainsail with short battens built in quality dacron for racing and cruising yachts.
tri radial construction layout
Tri-radial construction layout for Racing Genoas and Furling Genoas using variable weights to reduce overall weight aloft.
asymmetric spinnakers
Asymmetric Spinnakers; Tri-radial construction using quality Ripstop Nylons.