ABOUT THIS LOFT
Doyle Sails New Zealand is 100% New Zealand owned and operated by three of the most experienced names in Kiwi yachting: Mike Sanderson, David Duff and Richard Bouzaid.
Established in 1999 the New Zealand facility also invented the Stratis membrane technology and more recently the Delta membrane that is manufactured in-house in New Zealand and distributed throughout the world.
In addition to sailmaking Doyle Sails New Zealand also has a one-stop-shop offering of all marine needs, including sails, service and rigging.
- New sails
- Sail service
STRUCTURED LUFF & CABLELESS TECHNOLOGY
Doyle Sails Structured Luff and Cableless technology is the biggest aero evolution in decades, offering unparalleled performance, exclusive to Doyle Sails. Learn more HERE
DELTA sails are designed for racers and cruisers under 15m, utilising proven designs and yarn layouts that have been tried and tested. Chosen by sailors around the world seeking high performance, durable and cost-effective sails.
Made in New Zealand and exported to the world.
Royal Huisman’s new build 56m classic ketch, Aquarius, launched in November 2018. The yacht was fitted with a full wardrobe of Carbon Technora sails, built at the New Zealand loft headed by Project Manager Chris Blunden.
Doyle’s lead designer Richard Bouzaid is in the testing phases for Royal Huisman’s 80m Project 400. Bouzaid was in Amsterdam last week demonstrating the Wind Tunnel Test Model refining efficiency of the sail plan.
SailGP’s F50 catamaran - the fastest sail race boat in the world
Crowned World Sailing’s 2019 Boat of the Year and the first boat to hit 50 knots during racing, the F50 wing sailed catamaran marks a huge step forward in the evolution of the sport, powered by Doyle.