A Sail Cover is not to be confused with a Stackpack. With a Sail Cover, the sail is draped over the boom and hangs below.
In comparison, a Stackpack works with Lazyjacks and keeps the sail stored on top of the boom with the Lazyjacks, making easy work of packing away the sail.
However, Stackpacks remain in place on the boom when sailing and as such is not often specified on a racing boat, making Sail Covers the typically preferred option.
Protect your sail from the elements with a sturdy, resistant Sail Cover from Tecsew. We manufacture Sail Covers using Sunbrella Plus; a resilient waterproof fabric. This particular fabric has a coating that adds a certain stiffness to it, which results in the fabric draping over the sail with a much-improved fit. Our Sunbrella fabric also stands up to extreme heat without fading and compromising appearance.
We can also add your boat name in most fonts and logos to a Sail Cover.
We understand that you want your boat to have an aesthetic appeal while performing to the best of its ability. That’s why we offer a wide variety of colours and styles, all of which can be viewed via our Sunbrella Plus Colour Chart.
Our Sail Covers make a statement without taking anything away from your boat’s performance. Browse our options today and determine the most suitable option for your boat. Alternatively, speak to our manufacturing and design team to talk about a specific design or colour that you have in mind.
Your Boom Cover should be fitted so that it’s large enough to go over the entire sail, yet loose enough to ensure that it is not packed in too tight. Our use of breathable materials and attention to detail on every fitted mainsail Boom Cover means that we get it right every time. Therefore, we ultimately provide boat owners with a cover that lasts.
Contact our friendly team of sailing and boating enthusiasts to discuss the specific measurements of your boat and to enquire about our Sail Covers today.
Call us for enquiries on 02392 556548, visit our contact page, or use the enquiry form at the bottom of the page.