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Water Wag


The following sails are our current recommended range. Older models not listed below are still available upon request.

The Water Wag is the oldest one-design dinghy in the world and has a vibrant and active fleet racing in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Working with 2010 Class Championship winner, David McFarlane, we have developed our sail designs and are delighted with David's results.

Mainsail (WW-M2)

The cross cut WW-M2 Mainsail was developed by Nigel Young, Maurice O'Connell and 2012 Champion David McFarlane. This all purpose sail is manufactured from Dacron 4.52 Polypreg and comes complete with class insignia, numbers, battens, tell tails and sail bag.

For prices and more information contact our Water Wag Experts or your




Jib (WW-J1)

The cross cut WW-J Jib was developed by Nigel Young and David McFarlane. This all purpose sail is manufactured from Dacron 4.52 Polypreg and comes complete with window, tell tails and sail bag.

For prices and more information contact our Water Wag Experts or your




Spinnaker (WW-S1)

The bi radial WW-S1 Spinnaker was developed by Maurice O'Connell and 470 Olympian Cathy MacAleavey. This all purpose sail is manufactured from Superkote 75 and comes complete with numbers and sail bag.

For prices and more information contact our Water Wag Experts or your




Sail Numbers & Letters

300mm (12”) Sail Letters & Numbers


Please contact your local North Loft or Agent to make your order or for further details.

Contact the Water Wag Experts: 
Nigel Young
+353 872514434 Mobile
nigel.young@northsails.com
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