2019 Sudamericano de Optimist, Algarrobo, Chile. © Matias Capizzano
B3

NEW MODEL B3

Cadet 3 (2)
2019 Sudamericano de Optimist, Algarrobo, Chile. © Matias Capizzano
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2019 Sudamericano de Optimist, Algarrobo, Chile. © Matias Capizzano
JSAIL 2.0 LINE
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DO YOU KNOW THAT TO MAKE YOUR SAIL A PLOTTER NEEDS TO DRAW OR CUT A LINE 68 METERS LONG?

ANOTHER PLOTTER CUTS OUT YOUR COUNTRY LETTERS AND YOUR SPECIFIC NUMBERS;

EACH SINGLE SAIL AND ITS ELEMENTS ARE PRODUCED WITH 4 DIFFERENT MACHINES.

THE MACHINES NEED TO STICK THE NEEDLE IN OVER 9,500 TIMES; EACH SAIL CONSISTS OF 149 ELEMENTS.

THE SAILS ARE MADE IN POLAND, THE CLOTH IS MADE IN THE NETHERLANDS AND GIVEN ITS FINISHING IN GERMANY, THE PLOTTERS ARE FORM NEW ZEALAND AND CHINA, THE SEWING MACHINES FROM CZECH REPUBLIC, DACRON FOR LETTERS AND NUMBERS IS PRODUCED IN TAIWAN, BATTENS AND TREAD ARE FROM THE USA, EYELETS FROM SWEDEN AND IODA BUTON FORM CANADA. ALL THIS IS NEEDED TO MAKE A SAIL 800G IN WEIGHT

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