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QUOTATION INFORMATION

Whether you are a club racer seeking top performance under all conditions, a day sailor with an eye on value for money, or an offshore cruiser looking for durability, Rolly Tasker Sails Australia can provide you with the solution.

For further information or a quote on your specific needs, please contact Greg or Sam Newton on -

Greg - 0413 705 559

Sam - 0450 636 190

Mail - Unit 1, 41-43 Higginbotham Rd, Gladesville, 2111

Email - info@rollytaskersailsaustralia.com.au

Alternatively, fill out the enquiry form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

FAST QUOTE

Getting a quote for your new Rolly Tasker sails is quick and easy.

Simply obtain your I, J, P and E measurements (see diagram and definitions below) and the type of sails that you want, then give us a ring or include this information in the contact form below. If you don't have these dimensions we can still help. Just let us know the boat's make, model, year of build and any rig modifications and we can put a quote together for you.

 

DIAGRAM AND DEFINITIONS

To assist you understand sail measurements and their importance in the design and manufacture of a high quality and performance sail we have provided some definitions below.

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  • "J" - the distance from the front of the mast to the spot where the forestay meets the deck.
  • "I" – the distance from the deck (not the cabin top), to the top of the forestay.
  • "P" – the distance from the top of the boom to the main halyard sheave, or the black band if your boat has one. This is best measured by hoisting a tape to the correct height and then reading the distance where the tight tape measure intersects the boom.
  • "E" – the distance from the rear of the mast to the clew outhaul fitting when fully extended, or the black band.
  • Leech - is always the trailing edge of the sail
  • Luff – is the leading edge of the sail
  • Tack - is where the sail is fixed (tacked) to the deck or boom
  • Head – is the highest corner of the sail when hoisted
  • Clew - is the loose corner on a headsail and is at the end of the boom farthest from the mast on a main sail.
  • Foot - is the lowest edge of any sail

 

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QUOTATION DETAILS: Sails I would like a quote on: Please give any relevant details you know to ensure you receive the quote you want first go. If you are unsure and require a recommendation on the best sail for you, please simply note that and we will contact you to discuss your requirements further. Mainsail Details: (e.g. cloth type, sail cut- cross cut or tri-radial, batten arrangement, number of reefs, sail number, sail area) - Headsail Details: (e.g. sail size- area or % e.g. 150%, cloth type, sail cut – cross cut or tri-radial, sail to be furler or not, UV to leech, luff foam, sail number) - Spinnaker Details: (e.g. cloth weight, sail type – Symmetrical or Asymmetrical, sail cut, sail area, sock or bag type.
"I" – the distance from the deck (not the cabin top), to the top of the forestay.
"J" - the distance from the front of the mast to the spot where the forestay meets the deck.
"P" – the distance from the top of the boom to the main halyard sheave, or the black band if your boat has one. This is best measured by hoisting a tape to the correct height and then reading the distance where the tight tape measure intersects the boom
"E" – the distance from the rear of the mast to the clew outhaul fitting when fully extended, or the black band.
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