Bravo Sails made ‘Coconut’s’ sails for the 2018 Golden Globe Race.
After 157 days at sea non-stop from Les Sable d’Olonne to Adelaide, all sails were still in great condition.
Many thanks for the great work by Luke, Anne and the team at Bravo Sails.
Luke and his team from Bravo Sails have undertaken a review of our sail plan and rigging on a Leopard 46 Catamaran. This resulted in a new cruising mainsail, a screecher, fitting a bow sprit, replacing some running rigging and a full rig check.
The result is a vastly improved sailing performance and confidence in operating the Cat two handed. The whole project was carried out with sound advice and direction, timely delivery of the new sails and comprehensive commissioning of the work with test sail and training using the new set up.
We chose to bring our Cat back from Vanuatu via Brisbane to Adelaide to undertake the work as we wanted to work with a team we could trust, a decision that resulted in the best possible outcome!
Thank you Bravo Sails
Great friendly service. New furler and sail bags look great.
All work was finished quickly using quality products to great standard.
We are very happy!
Luke and the Bravo sails team were incredible from start to finish, arranging the new mast, new standing and running rigging and not to mention the carbon #1 and main sail, which are truly exceptional.
‘Arriba’ is a cruising catamaran, but I like to sail her hard and fast, and I count on my Bravo Sails to perform well in all conditions.
Luke’s attention to detail and service is truly excellent.
Luke measured and made a fabulous binnacle/wheel cover for my 28ft keelboat and it was perfect. Quick reply and great service. Extremely happy with the quality and fit. Thanks guys!
Amazing service! Luke’s workmanship is next to none and the price was very reasonable. Our little yacht is now looking very smart.
We highly recommend Bravo Sails to anyone looking for sails and covers.
Alice and I are extremely happy with all the work you and Danny have done on Tramp II and for sharing your knowledge and insights with us.
Luke Burrow was the only sail maker I spoke to who didn’t laugh when I told him I wanted tanbark sails for my old wobbly steel ketch and what’s more, he didn’t make one disparaging remark about the state of my beloved old rust bucket when he came down to measure up and provide advice.
He was happy to recut, repair and improve existing sails and the new foresail he made is beautiful, but the real measure of a sail maker is how they react when things go wrong and because of my mistakes things went wrong – not once, not twice but three times and each time Luke cheerfully fixed the problem for no extra charge.
As far as I’m concerned it’s Bravo to Bravo Sails!