A greener sail – an EKKO option, eXRP Cruise
eXRP Cruise is a high-end laminate, where the main parts of the material are made from recycled polyester, that is the film, the taffeta, and the polyester fibers. The combination of black polyester fibers and white taffeta makes up for a greyish look. The eXRP cruise comes in 3 qualities where the heaviest is further stabilized with UPE virgin fibers.
Code Permanent Hoist, Codetech X-170
The UV-protected Code Permanent is part of the “Code” family, but especially designed to stay up and ready for use all the time! The sail can be hoisted in the harbor and can then be left up all day long, overnight and even for weeks while on your way. The sail has a high clew for better downwind performance and visibility at sea. The sail is used on an AT cable and the furling system is bottom/up. The bottom/up system means that the sail is furled from the bottom and up and therefore reacts immediately when you pull the furler line. Due to the somewhat stiffer material the sail will stay compact and tight when furled in and not in use!
Cable-free Code Zero
Can be designed as a 65 % and a 75 % code zero. Produced in a code zero laminate with an EPEX luff, that is high density fiber luff.
New In-Mast Furling main with maximum headboard for maximum power.
Elvstrøm Sails EPEX membrane sails. From design to finished membrane in one process. Zero Tolerance.
Elvstrøm Sails powering a brand new Club Swan 50 with a full wardrobe of EPEX sails. Check out how the news sails are being tested on a training in Palma.
BWR (Blue Water Runner) is a symmetric twin furling sail for downwind surfing. A 3-in-1 sail: Twin furling Runner, Ultra-Light Genoa and Reacher.