Merlin Rocket

We are delighted with the success of our merlin sails this year, taking 2nd overall at the Inlands and then with a few further tweaks achieving a straight first, second and third at the nationals.

From a blank sheet of paper to the first three boats at the Nationals in just over a year demonstrates our commitment to the Merlin and why experienced Merlin campaigners such as Jon Turner and Willy Warren have chosen to work with us in developing sails.

Sail Development and Production

Sail development relies on the precise feedback of performance into the design process. Our sails are designed built and tested by a close knit team working together both in the loft and on the water. The whole process takes place in house, giving us total control and visability every step of the way.

We have invested heavily in design and manufacturing technology. We use Sailpack Design Software, the most capable system available. It is the vital link between the designer and the finished sail shape.

We believe that investing in Sailpack has given us an advantage and we are in good company- it was used by every team in the last America’s Cup. To ensure the most exacting standards are maintained all our sails from small dinghies to large yachts are produced entirely in house, from cutting on our CNC machine though to completion.


We manufacture a full range of covers for Merlins.
Covers, both custom and standard, are available in breathable, hardwearing Polycotton, acrylic canvas and the outstanding Weathermax.


We offer a range of accessories for the Merlin including rudder bags, mast bags, halyard bags, tapered sheets and many more.

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2010 National Championship 1st, 2nd, 3rd