ON BOARD The
world's most
spectacular
SUPERyachts

A reputation for impeccable attention to
engineering detail, construction quality and
the application of the latest technologies,
has made Doyle Sails the first choice of some
of the world's most spectacular superyachts.

Superyachts from all over the globe have found our world wide service
and understanding of superyacht requirements to be unparalleled.

Doyle's incredible growth in the superyacht market has
been a result of design expertise, reliability and after sales service.
Doyle continue to dominate in this unique and
specialised area of the sailing industry.

We are proud to have supplied sails to a huge range of superyachts,
many of which are detailed below.

Projects

46.4m Royal Huisman BN392

Doyle Sails NZ has been selected as the sails supplier of choice for Project 392, the 46.4m high performance cruising ketch, in build at Royal Huisman.

“Project 392 is a highly optimised performance design, which makes Stratis the perfect fit for this project,” said Mike Sanderson, Director of Sales for Doyle Sails NZ, sole suppliers of Stratis laminates to the Doyle Group of Sailmakers. “The Stratis range was designed specifically with performance cruising and racing superyachts in mind and is ideally suited to this innovative ketch.”

Builder: Royal Huisman
Naval Architect: Hoek Design Naval Architects
LOA: 46.4m
Year of Launch: 2014

43.9m Encore

The 43.9m sloop Encore was launched at the end of April by Alloy Yachts. Having installed a full Doyle inventory on their previous superyacht, Encore’s owners once again commissioned a full inventory of Doyle sails, including a Stratis main, genoa, blade and staysail. 

“Encore’s sails are fantastic,” said Chris McMaster, MD of Doyle Sails NZ. “The sails fitted the boat perfectly straight out of the bag, with no alterations needed. The yacht and sails performed above our high expectations and we are looking forward to seeing her in action.”

Builder: Alloy Yachts
Naval Architect: Dubois Naval Architects
LOA: 43.9m
Year of Launch: 2013

50m Ohana

"Once again Stratis shows that it doesn't have a challenger: it is the best product on the market for superyachts."

Captain Mattia Dzaja, Ohana

Featuring a 63.1m Southern Spars rig Ohana flies over 1 ton of sails by Doyle Sails and Stratis, with a total sail area of 4,085m2 including her main sail of 636m2 and a gennaker of 1,600m2. Under sail she reaches maximum speed of 18knots, and averages at 12knots.

Builder: Fitzroy Yachts
Naval Architect: Dubois Naval Architects
LOA: 50m
Year of Launch: 2012

44m Salperton IV

Salperton underwent a refit after a dismasting when sailing off Guadaloupe in 2011. Following the stepping of a new Southern Spar carbon rig, the yacht returned to Palma to have new Doyle Stratis high performance sails fitted. The new sail program included mainsail, reacher, jib and purpose built racing blade genoa. This blade genoa was fitted with C-Tech air battens. These feature high pressure tubing along the leech. When connected to an air supply the batten pockets are pressurized. This system allows for fast sail changes without having to install, remove or store long battens.

Builder: Fitzroy Yachts
Naval Architect: Dubois Naval Architects
LOA: 44m
Year of Launch: 2010

58.4m Kokomo

Kokomo hosts a complete inventory of Doyle Stratis membranes designed and produced in New Zealand, and easily boasts many records in sail construction and sizing world wide. At 2,227 square meters (23,971 square feet) the Gennaker is thought to be the largest sail ever constructed at the time.

The working inventory comprises of a total of 3,038 square meters (32,688 square feet) of Stratis membrane sails, and many innovations in sail handling systems and detailing. The Mainsail has a custom designed boom furling system that utilizes the conventional bolt rope system of the Southern Spars, but also a self loading batten car system jointly designed and tested by Doyle and Southern Spars over the last 18 months, which addresses many of the weak points of boom furling systems with the advantages of full battens in a yacht of this size.

Builder: Alloy Yachts
Naval Architect: Dubois Naval Architects
LOA: 58.4m
Year of Launch: 2010

 

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