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Sailrite Sail Kits

Have you ever dreamed of building your own sail?

Imagine the pride and accomplishment that you would feel as you hoist a sail you put together yourself. With Sailrite’s Sail Kits you can make this dream a reality! Many sailors attest that building their own sails not only gives them a feeling of accomplishment, but that the process has also made them better, more self-reliant sailors.

Sailrite’s Sail Kits are designed and plotted using state-of-the-art equipment. Each sail is custom designed for maximum performance with the draft, twist, and entry and exit curves carefully calculated, controlled, and positioned on each sail. In addition, we use only the highest quality materials from brands such as Bainbridge, Challenge, and Contender.

We’ve designed our sail kits to be easy to assemble. All panels arrive pre-cut, labeled, and numbered and come with detailed step-by-step instructions. Seaming and hemming lines are plotted on each panel and double-sided tape is included to hold panels together during construction. Best of all, Sailrite’s expert staff are available every working day to help guide you through the ordering and construction process.

Don’t have time to sew your sail? Let the Sailrite loft team finish it for you. All sails are made in the USA at our Indiana facility using only the highest quality materials and tools. Just let us know in the Comment section of the Sail Quote Form if you’d like us to finish your sail for you.

What are you waiting for? Fulfill your sail building dreams today with Sailrite Sail Kits! Click on the appropriate button for your boat to get started on a custom quote!

Dinghy/One Design: Generally smaller boats. Dinghies typically have only one sail and One Design boats have class-defined specifications for each sail.

Cruiser/Racer: Generally larger boats with multiple combinations of sail types and sizes determined by boat rig dimensions.


  • Daysailor (non-cabin boats)
  • Cruiser / Racer (cabin boats)