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North Sails Australia gives you the power to perform

by North Sails on 27 Jan 2014
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The team at North Sails Australia has been busy servicing and providing our latest 3Di product to a range of racing yachts from 30 - 100 ft long. This video highlights many of the winning boats achievements from this year’s summer of racing all powered by North Sails.

Some of these achievements include nine out of the top 10 line honors placings and six out of the top 10 IRC Overall placings in the 2013 Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht race all powered by either a full or partial inventory of North Sails.

In the 2014 Pittwater to Coffs race we saw eight out of the top 10 line honor placings and seven out of the top 10 IRC Overall placings all have either a full or partial inventory of North Sails too.

The highest quality product, expert design and knowledgeable service are key to North Sails success. We provide this to every yacht owner and sailor no matter how big or small your boat is.

So when you're ready to maximise the performance and durability of your sail inventory. Contact North Sails Australia today!

North Sails Australia
12 Polo Avenue
Mona Vale Sydney
office@au.northsails.com
02 9998 8500

North Sails Brisbane
1/264 Tingal Rd
Wynnum, QLD
Phone +61 7 3396 5822
vaughan@au.northsails.com

North Sails Western Australia Sales and Service Centre
2/6 Biscayne Way
Jandakot, WA
Phone +61 8 9417 9060
nick@northsailswa.com

North Sails Newcastle Sales and Service Centre
East Coast Marine
Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club
91 Hannell Street
Wickham, NSW
Phone +61 2 4961 1663
ecmarine@live.com.au

North Sails Tasmania Sales and Service Centre
42 South Marine
2/14a Main Road
Moonah Hobart
Phone +61 3 6278 3162
Stewart@42southmarine.com

North Sails Melbourne
Unit 23
354 Reserve Rd
Cheltenham 3192 VIC
Phone +61 3 9584 9844
noel@au.northsails.com



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