A guide to assessing suitability of the RSS sails for other designs. Discussion, guide, explanation of terms and factors and full dimensions and centres.
Finally! On the water photos for Really Simple Sails. We’ve been happy with the teams workmanship for several months. The photos show the designer’s (me) work is up to scratch too.
Sails for the Goat Island Skiff and Oz Racer and PDRacer series of boats are now available from Duckworks in the USA at very reasonable prices. Developed by Michael Storer for ReallySimpleSails Philippines
You have a new Lug sail from us or someone else, or have just gotten your first lug sailed boat. This page has the resources to make it simple, trouble free and efficient.
The Goose is a blown up version of the OzRacer boats developed by Michael Storer. Being a bigger boat there is a chance of it carrying more people and carrying more load that the smaller version. The sail in this file photo is illustrative of the size, but it is not a RSS sail – […]
The Ocean Explorer is perhaps the smallest cabin boat that is practical. It has one single large sail of 80 square feet and because of its square shape has a lot of stability. The sail has a number of reef points to allow the sail to be reduced in size as the wind comes up. […]
The two versions of the OzRacer use the same sails. The more racing oriented OzRacer Mk2 and the more family oriented OzRacer RV. It is also suitable for many OzGoose and PDGoose designs as well as many of the original PDRacers. The OzRacer is meant to be a simple sailing boat that is very easy […]
The Goat Island Skiff is now up to $400 cheaper to get on the water because of reduced sail cost. The GISby Michael Storer is well known for having excellent sailing performance. The boat is light and deserves sails made of good materials. We are happy to work with Michael Storer to develop a budget […]