Here at WB-Sails, we live and breathe racing. In fact, the loft was founded after we realized that we need better sails for our own campaigns. Since 1975 a lot has been learned and many things have changed, but the principle of hard work – blood, sweat and tears – remains.
Two Olympic medals is a nice result for any sailmaker. And yet, it was so close of getting even better…
Have you ever wondered of getting into the sailmaking business? Well, after doing it for living for almost 40 years, I thought I could share some insights on sharing your life with a sewing machine.
Sailing is a sport that relies heavily on equipment. Sure, it’s the athletes that do the hard work on the race course. But if their gear is inferior compared to their competitors’ stuff, it is next to impossible to succeed on the Olympic level.
It seems that the Royal House did in fact notice that Sweden won Olympic Star gold not so long ago. Our both Star boat medallists, Fredrik Lööf and Max Salminen will receive an additional medal called “H.M. Konungens medalj”, which roughly is translated as “The Medal of His Royal Highness the King”. The ceremony will…Details