During the cruise the simplicity of the board operations is fundamental to the fun. A few simple steps to take down the mainsail, even alone, and freely perform mooring maneuvers.
Blue Phoenix makes Lazy Bag and Lazy Jack for every type of boat.
No more fixing tapes, mainsail falling down from the boom, boom cover to pull out from the sail locker, but a simple closure of the zipper and the mainsail will be in place, in order and protected from the weather.
Blue Phoenix for the realization of the Lazy Bag, uses waterproof and breathable technical fabrics (Sunbrella or Docril), American & Efird Sun Stop thread.
Features of Blue Phoenix Lazy Bag:
1) it's divided in two parts: the central body inserted into the boom groove and secured to Lazy Jack and a separate hood, completed with zipper and fixing straps to cover the head main sail that, once lowered the sail, remains exposed to the elements expecially if the luff trucks are particularly bulky. The separate hood makes the Lazy Bag leaner and more streamlined in navigation and improves the moored sailing protection.
2) Longitudinal battens to evenly distribute the load on the Lazy Jack.
3) Longitudinal drainage net for the entire length of the Lazy Bag, in order to drain the rainwater that, if stagnant, would damage the sail.
4) Longitudinal velcro's openings close to the boom luff, between the drainage net and the Lazy Bag body in order to push through the reefing lines where needed.
5) On request, application of zippers at the side of the lazy bag, with double function: a) you can roll up on themselves the Lazy Bag sides, joining two half zippers, and thus obtain an easy small tubular which can exist between the free mainsail foot and boom; b) to fix the sun cover arranged in two halves complete with zippers, without take the Lazy Jack off.