The TR-3 is the result of a no holds barred attitude with the goal to explore the outer boundaries of Race Sail Design with a team of extremely fast sailors pushing the lift vs. drag threshold to new heights every time a new prototype hits the water.
For 2007, the TR-3 takes a bold new direction with a wide sleeve which results in easier rigging and exceptional balance and power that continues MauiSails success on Race Courses worldwide.
Focusing on new ideas in the luff curve of a wide sleeve on the leading edge and the dynamic relationship to the body tension results in a TR-3 that is lighter, faster at all points of sail, more responsive and quicker out of the turns with better low end torque. In essence; all the attributes to win races and push the speed envelope are built into the new TR-3. Of course, when the MauiSails Design Team is offered a no holds barred challenge, the end result is always about coming in first.
NEW Technical Features for the TR-3 ’07
- New wide sleeve for increased cam stability and easier rigging
- New luff curve and integrated body shaping increase top end speed and stability.
- New loop and go clew for adjustable outhaul compatibility.
- PVC Leech protectors at trailing edge of batten pockets.
- Tough uphaul and tack handle abrasion resistant detail.
- High tear strength clew construction.
Helpful rigging TIPS
- Make sure your 2-pc. is fully connected at the joint
- Make sure all the zippers are closed when inserting the mast.
- After putting the cams on, before downhauling, close the zips
- Fold up the fairing at the base to make it easier to thread the downhaul.
- Tension all the battens as necessary to remove all wrinkles.
- 2007 Ulsan PWA World Cup - 1st
- 2007 Costa Brava PWA World Cup Slalom - 6th
- 2007 Costa Teguise Grand Slam - 2nd
- 2007 Gran Canaria PWA Grand Slam - 2nd
- 2007 Fuerteventura PWA Grand Slam - 2nd
- 2007 Pegasus Airlines PWA World Cup, Alaçati - 3rd
- 2007 Colgate PWA World Cup Sylt - 3rd
- 2007 Dutch Course Race Champion - Dennis Littel
- 2007 PWA Overall Slalom42 ranking - 2nd
- Martin van Meurs hit 50.7knots on TR-3