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Doyle Sails, with a network of lofts throughout Australia and New Zealand, leads the fleet in the construction and maintenance of high quality sails for every type of sailing boat.

Doyle’s Stratis™ laminated sails have become increasingly popular with superyacht and performance race boat crews for their performance and durability: this technology is now available to sailing boats of all sizes via Doyle’s international network.

Latest Doyle Sailmakers NZ news articles

Are you a dynamic, results-driven Project Manager?
Doyle Sails New Zealand is currently on the lookout for a dynamic, results-driven Project Manager
Posted on 16 Dec 2018
Volvo OR veteran joins Doyle Sails Lake Macquarie
Gordon Maguire will join Chris Nicolson and the team at the Doyle Sails Lake Macquarie
Posted on 3 Dec 2018
Sanderson on the opportunities ahead for Doyles
Doyle Sails CEO on expanding Doyle Sails - new hires, Code Zeroes and more
Posted on 24 Nov 2018
Wins and news from Doyle Sails
A recap of recent wins and news from Doyle Sails International
Posted on 12 Nov 2018
Doyle Sails continues to add world class sailors
Luke Molloy joins Doyle sails Palma as a Grand Prix sails consultant
Posted on 29 Aug 2018
Tony Rey joins Doyle Sails as Partner in US
Tony Rey to join Doyle Sails in Salem and Newport - will work with Robbie Doyle and Mike Sanderson
Posted on 22 Aug 2018
Doyle Sails Monthly Newsletter - August 2018:
Re-cap of all the latest victories from Doyle-powered yachts
Posted on 19 Aug 2018
Volvo OR and Olympic sailor joins Doyle Sails
Legendary Australian sailor, Chris Nicholson, is buying into Doyle Sails Lake MacQuarie
Posted on 15 Aug 2018
Doyle Sails International Newsletter - July 2018
Volvo winner looks ahead, Optimist success, 46ft foiler, Superyacht Cup, J70 Worlds prepartion
Posted on 10 Jul 2018
Round the World Race now open for sail development
With four wins, Bannatyne has earned the title of the most successful Volvo OR sailor in history
Posted on 9 Jul 2018