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Farr 395 Sail Information

Farr 395 D4 Mainsail

P= 15.38 E= 5.63
   
Mainsail Includes:  
  1 Full Top Batten Draft Stripes
  4 RBS Long Battens Measurement
  1 Reef Point Class Logo
  Sail Numbers Sail Bag
   
 

Given the size of the foretriangle and the Class rules, the race jib is called on to fill a very broad performance range. The race jib is manufactured using 100% HM Twaron. Additional yarns are placed in the leech area to add additional strength. UV films are also used for increased durability.

There is no question that this sail is used in all of the large regattas and extensively throughout the racing season. Removable battens are incorporated in all the jibs to facilitate transporting the sails. In addition, this sail is built to the Class maximum girth.

D4 Layout
18,000 High Modulus Twaron
UV Protective Films

   

Farr 395 RF Heavy Jib

I= 15.62 J= 4.28 LP= 103%
   
Heavy Jib Includes:  
  Fiberbond Corners Measurement
  Draft Stripes Taffeta
  Leech and Foot Lines
Sail Bag
  Telltales and Window  
   
Options:  
  UV Sun Cover UV Furler Sock
   
 

The furling jib does take a lot of abuse. On this particular sail we recommend the TRT process with taffetas on both sides Without battens, this sail is easy to pack and use when sailing short handed.

Given the high strength to weight efficiency of the available fibers and our ability to manipulate designed shape through head stay tension, this sail will cover the required range. This sail is constructed from 100% Pentex. The Pentex fibers accommodate the loads while keeping weight down.

If it is decided to leave this sail on the furling system for an extended time a lightweight UV sun cover or sock can be added.

TRT Layout
24,000 DPI Pentex
Double Taffetas

   
Farr 395 RF Heavy Jib I= 15.62    J= 4.28    LP= 103%
Heavy Jib Includes:  
  Fiberbond Corners Measurement
  Draft Stripes Taffeta
  Leech and Foot Lines Sail Bag
  Telltales and Window  
   
Options:  
  UV Sun Cover UV Furler Sock
   
 

The furling jib does take a lot of abuse. On this particular sail we recommend the TRT process with taffetas on both sides Without battens, this sail is easy to pack and use when sailing short handed.

Given the high strength to weight efficiency of the available fibers and our ability to manipulate designed shape through head stay tension, this sail will cover the required range. This sail is constructed from 100% Pentex. The Pentex fibers accommodate the loads while keeping weight down.

If it is decided to leave this sail on the furling system for an extended time a lightweight UV sun cover or sock can be added.

TRT Layout
24,000 DPI Pentex
Double Taffetas

   

Farr 395 Full Radial Asymmetrical 

ISP= 17.335 JSP= 6.220
   
Asymmetrical Includes:  
  Fiberbond Corners Sail Numbers
  Choice of Colors Measurement
  Luff and Leech Lines Spinnaker Turtle
   
 

1502 Meter Max Code 1: This sail is used for downwind legs in most conditions. The Contender Dynalite has a silicone coating on it, which makes it very slippery. This sail slides past the headstay and stays dry. It is also the lightest fabric available for Class rules.

1202 Meter AP Code 2: This sail is used frequently in any distance races when reaching and heavy air running. This sail is also the choice for any short handed sailing. The Superkote 5 is the fabric of choice since it has added strength. This sail is very effective in heavy running and reaching conditions.

Doyle Full Radial Layout
1502 Meter Contender Dynalite
1202 Meter Contender Superkote 5

   
   
   
   

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