EPEX power for a cool one desing, cruiser-racer
The cool innovative Club Swan one design, NiRaMo owned and helmed by Sönke Meier Sawatzki is powered by Elvstrøm Sails. We were there during the training for Copa Del Rey in Palma and did a photo shooting. Cool yacht and cool crew with remarkable sailing careers.
And of course some...
Moana, a First 47.7 owned by Francois Goubau from Belgium became 15th in the Fasnet Race. The sailed with a full Elvstrom Sails inventory. A Brand new GLP mainsail and Genoa 3, a clear film Genoa 1 and 2 and some extra horsepower down wind with a masthead A1.5 and S-2.
Provided by Axel Rodger from Elvstrøm Sails Spain. PS: this is the 19th time for Axel himself to take part in the Copa Del Rey! Swan 45 ¨Rats on Fire¨ ESP -9400 (behind Porron in photo) powered downwind by his brand new Elvstrøm sails S2 Spinnaker - won the ORC1 2017 2017 Copa del Rey....
Jesper Nielsen 3rd in the World!
The Contender World Champion 2017 was held in Sønderborg, Denmark. An impressive fleet of 105 Contenders from Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands and Switzerland took part in the race. And at Elvstrøm Sails we have our "own" favourite, sail designer Jesper...
using the latest generation FSI tools
Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) is a scientific simulation method to optimize the sail design and consequently the performance. The analysis is made in a comprehensive sail design solution. The methodology is very often applied to projects within the super yacht and grand prix racing...
Cubaneren - Wasa 55
Norwegian crew, Danish Elvstrøm sails, Swedish Boat & Mast
Cubaneren – Wasa 55
The Tranpac is one of the very big classic ocean regattas - Los Angeles to Hawaii - that takes place every second year. The very first dates back to 1906. Show Details
Jesper Bank shares his thoughts and dreams
It´s a passion!
We´ve looked around and asked some of our own:What is sailing to you? What triggers you, what drives you? See for yourself and SHARE, if you share the passion.
By William Friis-Møller
The challenge of short-handed or even single-handed sailing
The first step in starting sailing short-handed is to decide for yourself that you are capable of managing the challenge. The decision is relative to your experience and the size and complexity of the yacht involved. For all...
won by Team Sydbank
Maior Regatta 2017 in Kiel Germany was challenging with varying wind conditions. However, it was perfect sailing conditions most of the time with sun and 20 knots wind. The teams were fighting hard to hit their top performances, despite the fact that it is still early in the season.
Winner of Lake Lucern Cup 2016
Swiss Black Nessi Racing Team winner of the Lake Lucern Cup 2016, in their Mali 33.
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Maramis International Yacht Club
At the 8th Burhanettin TEKDAĞ year end cup which is organizated by Marmaris International Yacht Club, ALEXANDRA (the crowned X-482) won the first place with her new crew after a 2-days race. Among the Crewmembers, members from Elvstrøm Sails Turkey. The crew which is very assertive,...
Ventoux Sailing Team - X 37
Ventoux ser tilbage på sommerens ORC-Worlds satsning
2016 har været et spændende år for skipper Niels Nørgaard Pedersen og hans 7. mands store besætning på X37’eren Ventoux fra Middelfart. Indtil nu er samarbejdet kulmineret med...
Record number of participants
With a total number of 43 boats and 350 competitors this year´s Oyster Regatta in Palma turned out to be the biggest ever. Oyster owners have gathered at the event for 12 years in Palma with their stunning yachts of 45ft-100ft. The regatta runs over 5 days and among the participating...
2nd overall at the European Championship Contender
Determination wrapped in modesty
Jesper Nielsen just back from the European Championship in the Contender class with a silver medal is a guy with both feet on the ground, but a will do his best striving to keep improving his personal results. In 2012 and 2014 he was third at the...
Congrats to Lady Mariposa Racing
The traditional Cowes Week regatta dates back to 1826. Today between 800-1000 boats in approx. 40 different classes race for eight days. And this year, Lady Mariposa, Ker 46 was first in their class IRC 0. Their first Cowes Week - what an achievement.
Not only powered by Elvstrøm Sails,...