17 November 2013 FF Admin 2707 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 Classic 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 Aldeburgh Classics Weekend Classics celebrate class 70th year Comment Collapse Expand Comments (0) You don't have permission to post comments.