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On April 1st 2020 Batt Sails will celebrate a milestone 40th birthday. It might seem premature but we have begun the run-in to the celebrations with a gesture rooted in the technical foundations of the business.

Since Day One the Batt Sails loft has been renowned for truly fantastic spinnakers. This first emerged on the dinghy scene in a whole raft of classes but Dick Batt’s formative years as a sail designer running the spinnaker departments for major lofts in the UK and New Zealand soon started to show in offwind sails for bigger boats, too.

 

In homage to this history Batt Sails are offering 25% discount
on all One-Design spinnakers ordered in November.

The offer ends on  December 6th

A vision for pioneering technology.

Dick Batt was recruited into the world of sail design direct from University. At that time Bruce Banks Sails was the only sail loft on the planet employing computers for sail design and production. They were years ahead of the opposition.

After emigrating to Auckland,  Dick was instrumental in the conception of the SailMaker project. He returned to the UK to establish his own sail making company in 1980.

Batt Sails was one of the first European sail makers to embrace the revolutionary 3d CAD system, investing in new levels of precision, efficiency and design integrity. This was the first wave of a design and production revolution that has since swept through the sail making industry.

If experience counts for anything, remember that Dick Batt has been designing and making sails with digital systems for longer than any other living person.

 

All our sail making is kept in-house for the closest control of quality and consistency.

For over 30 years the ground-breaking ‘SailMaker’ suite of programs has underpinned our advanced CAD capability.The powerful SmarAzur Project software now enhances our already comprehensive arsenal of sail design tools .

SmarAzur sets new standards of accuracy in production and allows sophisticated aero-analysis of sail shapes and interactions.

 

 

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