About Rolly Tasker Sails
Rolly Tasker has been making sails for well over 50 years, during which time he has established sail lofts in Australia, Hong Kong (purchased by Neil Pryde), France (now Tasker France), and Thailand (now the largest custom built sail loft in the world!!).
At this very moment there are TENS of THOUSANDS of Rolly Tasker sails propelling dinghies, cruising yachts and racing yachts of all sizes world wide. We build everything from tiny Sunfish sails to huge furling mains for mega-yachts. We currently supply several U.S. sailmakers and boat builders, some of whom import our sails and attach their own Logos. As a matter of fact your current sails just might have been made by us! Unlike the other large sailmakers, what we don't do is spend large sums of money on advertising, the cost of which is passed on to the customer. Another reason for our lower prices.
ABOUT OUR LOFT
Our loft is located on Phuket Island in southern Thailand, which has become one of the most popular yachting destinations in Southeast Asia. It is also home to the internationally renowned Phuket King's Cup Regatta, a major event on the Asian racing circuit. Surrounded by palm trees, this large, clean, high-tech facility is located right in the middle of some of the most exotic cruising grounds in the world. A SAILMAKERS DREAM! With a combination of state of the art technology, efficient lay-out, and rigorous quality control we are able to maintain our high standard of quality while at the same time keeping costs down. The savings is evident in our pricing.
ABOUT OUR SAILS
Our sails are computer designed and hand finished - the best of both worlds. All of the materials we use to build these sails, from sail cloth and battens to UV sewing thread and premium hardware, are imported from America, Europe and Australia. The pride and skill of our professional staff is evident in the superb workmanship and hand finish which goes into every sail. This is important to us. After all - no matter how good the design, a sail is only as good as the people who put it together.
When you hoist one of our new sails take a close look. Look at the stitching. Look at the hand work. Look at the fine details, and then compare with a friends sail. Then compare prices. The facts speak for themselves. You'll never buy another sail from anyone else.