Spring Delivery Sale 2017 the Biggest Discounts of the Year.
Available on our Navigator, Endurance, GP Race, and Race Sails. This is the biggest sale of the year. Take advantage of huge discounts now!
August 28 – September 11, 2017
Discount: 15% for one sail
20% for multiple sails
Boat must be available to measure no later than September 13, 2017
September 12 - October 11, 2017
Discount: 15% on 1 or more sails
Boat must be available to measure no later than October 13, 2017
Separate terms on One Design sails.
Sails delivered in Spring of 2018. Deposit of 50% retail required. Not available on Ultra-Cruise, GPL Carbon, Catalina Direct, and Super Yacht Sales. Other restrictions apply
Ullman Sails is proud to announce the release of its new Expedition Series. These specialized sails are the pinnacle of high latitude sail equipment for serious offshore explorers and adventurers. Developed with five-time circumnavigator and sailing great Skip Novak, the sails are the only reliable solution for the world’s most extreme sailors. Expedition Series sails have been tested and proven over tens of thousands of miles in the world’s most extreme conditions - withstanding sustained winds over 60 knots, temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius, and high U.V. environments.
“If you plan to sail high north or high south,...
Our biggest sale of the year on One Design!!!
Discount: 10% on one sail
15% on 2 or more sails
Available on all one design class sails.
Deposit (50% of retail price) must be received no later than the final day of the discount period in order to secure the discount rate. No exceptions.
Sails delivered by December 31, 2016 for early 2016 regattas.
Spinnaker colors are limited.
Discount not available in Mexico.
Other restrictions may apply. Contact a local Ullman Sails loft for more details.
2016 Ullman Sails San Juan 24 North American Championships
Oak Harbor, WA
June 25th 26th.
The conditions could not have been better for this years Ullman Sails San Juan 24 North American Championships. With winds from 8-12 warm sunny skies and great competition. Eleven races were sailed over the two days.
Grauer Geist sailed by Ken Johnson and crew took an early lead by winning the first two races and getting a second in the next. Ryan Forbes and his team on Ekono Juan had a great end to the first day finishing only a couple points back after the 6 races on...
Bryan is a champion Sailor and One Design expert Bryan Paine has joined Ullman Sails San Diego and is looking forward to working closely with sailors in the San Diego area as well as the Pacific Northwest. Bryan is returning to Ullman Sails after a 6 year hiatus, when he joined the Canadian C Class Sailing Team for a Little America’s Cup Campaign.
"We are excited to have Bryan back on the team" said Chuck Skewes. Bryan brings with him a combination of success in One Design Racing and the ability to reach sailors at all levels in a number...
With a record 9 TP 52’s and a collection of 100’ plus racing machines one boat came out on top in this year’s Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Balance the TP 52 from New South Wales owned and skippered by Paul Clitheroe won not only Division 1 but the overall. Balance outfitted with almost entirely Ullman Sails beat all the other TP 52’s and was 7th overall across the line.
The Rolex Sydney Hobart Race is a 628 nautical mile race that starts in Sydney Australia to Hobart Tasmania on December 26th. This year as has happened in the...
Round the county 2015 started with a bang, died in the middle and finished with a light breezes. Saturday morning started with winds in the mid-twenties gusting in the 30s. The start was with starboard reach, a gybe to port for the reach over the Islands, harden up after Patios Island, round Turn Point and a beat to the finish at Roach Harbor. Day 2 started so light that about 30% of the fleet were unable to get a start within the 1/2 hour allowance. Those who got away worked their way into a 10 knot SE breeze that...
Here is a letter from a satisfied cruiser.
Dear Chuck, Kathy, Charlie, and Andrew,
I am in American Samoa now, I came here non-stop from San Diego. It was a wonderful shake-down - both for the boot and for me. I saw one shale, one shark, many dolphin, flying fish, and birds. The trip took 58 days and I traveled about 5000 miles. I changes my plan to stop in Tahiti because I was in a gale when I was close to Tahiti and needed to thru unto wind to get there, so I decided to sur with the gale and...