One Design

Winning sailors know that when boats are identical, sails become the major opportunity to gain a performance advantage. Doyle Sails utilises a computational simulation environment to engineer sails that are faster out of the bag, easier to trim and maintain their designed shape through a greater wind range.

The Doyle Sails One Design group boasts some of the world’s leading sailors and sail designers, all with equally impressive lists of accomplishments and accolades across a wide variety of classes and events.

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Photo: Tasman Rowntree


Headed up by Jud Smith, 2006 and 2018 Rolex Yachtsman of the Year.

Jud skippered his J70 ‘Africa’ to win the 2018 World Championship after winning the 2017 J70 World Championship as bowman on ‘Relative Obscurity’. Jud now has 10 World Championship wins under his belt plus has been a sailmaker for over 30 years and is regarded as one of the finest One Design sailmakers in the world.

The North America One Design team is strengthened further by the third generation Boston family of sailmakers based out of Ontario. Boston Sails was established in the 1930’s by Howard and Lolly Boston in Mt. Clemens MI, Boston Sails specialized in small one-design and ice-boat sails. Because of the success in the one-design fleets of the 40’s and 50’s, Boston Sails was chosen to build sails for larger cruising and racing sailboats. The Sarnia location was established in 1968 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada by Spike Boston and is now operated by Spike alongside his children Tac Boston, Brad Boston and Lynz Jackson.


Originally from Christchurch, Andrew Brown is the holder of 13 national titles in dinghy racing, and represented New Zealand at the 2004 Olympics in the International 470 Class. He currently undertakes contract coaching for the Yachting New Zealand’s NZL Sailing Team, as well as coaching locally and internationally and running local yacht club programmes in Auckland as well as being part of a long term commitment by Doyle Sails to the One Design market. Andrew is supported by One Design expert designer Andrew Lechte, who is based out of Australia and focuses primarily on the strengthening of the global One Design division.


Based in Austria, sailing legend and Olympian Hubert Raudaschl founded Raudaschl Sails over 50 years ago and is joined by son Florian Raudaschl who is a very experienced sailor and competed at the London 2012 Olympic Games in the Finn class. Hubert has competed at an amazing 10 Olympic Games and has won several Olympic, World Championships and European Championships.

Grand Prix sailor Luke Molloy works closely with the International Moth class out of Doyle Sails Palma.

Ulf Tjernberg opened the Doyle Sails loft in Sweden in 1989 and is primarily focused on Racing and Performance Sails with special attention being paid to one design classes and are especially successful in the 2.4 meter and M32 classes.


Pushing boundaries and winning all over the world.

Doyle Sails has become a leading force worldwide in Grand Prix race sails, from Foiling Moths all the way through to the most high-profile Super Maxi's. One of Doyle's biggest strengths in the Grand Prix sector has been the team of experienced, passionate sailors that see the projects through from concept through to competition.

With Grand Prix sailors part of our Doyle team all over the world, we are your experts in sailing.

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Andrew Brown
Doyle Sails New Zealand
+64 27 222 5159


Kyle Langford
Doyle Sails Gothenburg
+46 72 914 5144

Florian Raudaschl of Austria sails in the Finn class during a practice race ahead of the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games in Weymouth and Portland, southern England, July 28, 2012. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT YACHTING OLYMPICS)

Florian Raudaschl
Doyle Sails Austria
+43 6138 2333

Lindsay Portrait DSOD

Lindsay Smith
Doyle Sails Salem
+1 978-740-5950

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