Thursday, 19 May 2011


Anyone who has replaced a sailcover with a stackpack will tell you that at the end of a hard day's sailing, it is so much easier to drop your sail into a bag on the boom than to try and wrap your sail up as it does its' best to escape onto the deck! We measure our nose cones after the main section is fitted, so that they fit snugly around the mast.

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Penryn, Cornwall, United Kingdom
After two years at Falmouth Marine College, Paul, with a Diploma in Boat Technology, and an engineering qualification, joined a local sailmaker and very quickly developed a boat cover department within the business. After three years, he joined another local company and this time stayed fourteen years! In November 2004 we decided to go it alone and Ocean Covers was formed. Since this time, we have worked in local marinas and boatyards, on Ministry of Defence vessels in Port Pendennis Shipyard, and on every type of vessel from RIB to luxury motor yacht. Gill ? Well I have been bookkeeping and office managing for over twenty years, so this has proved very useful in the running of the business, keeping the paperwork in order, and making sure the bills are paid!