17 November 2013 FF Admin 2575 Classic and Silver, Classic, Restoration A Piece of History - Cotton FF Genoa!! Previous Article 2013 Fleet Reports Next Article In-House Sail Certification - History ! It is some time since I saw a cotton sail, but this just came in from Hamish McKay. Hi, Does anyone have a good home for this sail – it should really be in a museum? I got it from my father in law, it has been sitting in his attic for years, he sailed F15s many years ago! It is a cotton jib, in remarkably good condition although a little crushed, as the picture show, from 1957 apparently. Made by John Mackenzies & Co Sailmakers in Sandbank Scotland. The piston hanks work. It comes in a canvas? bag. There is also a spinnaker bag from Ratsey but no sail. This is really too good to throw out and I can’t bring myself to put it on ebay! Does anyone have a good use for this – seems a shame to lose a bit F15 history? Regards Hamish Rate article No rating Rate this article: No rating Tags flying fifteen Classic FF genoa jib Share Print Switch article 2013 Fleet Reports Previous Article In-House Sail Certification - History ! Next Article Related articles Cowes Classics Week 2018 Llangorse Open & Classic Nationals 2018 Classic Nationals and Southern Traveller Open this weekend Cowes Classic Week report Aldeburgh Classics Weekend Comment Collapse Expand Comments (0) You don't have permission to post comments.