Here's the straight deal from Sailworks:

We try to keep it simple at Sailworks. We're into windsurfing. We don't sell kites, shoes, sunglasses, SUP's, skateboards or bikes. But if you want a new windsurfing rig, or just a new sail, mast or a decent fin or foil, then you've come to the right place.

At Sailworks we recognize that getting set up with good gear for windsurfing involves some cost. We believe in looking at the value of the entire purchase rather than just the sales price alone. If you're looking for just the cheapest sail you can get ... well ... that's not us (although we do have some really good deals on closeout and used sails). However, if you're looking for top quality equipment from an established company, run by passionate, knowledgeable, active windsurfers, that stand behind their products 100%, then you'll like what Sailworks has to offer.

We are not middlemen.  We design all our own sails, have them built in our own factory that we manage that is exclusively Sailworks, we sell and distribute our products ourselves and through a select group of professional retail shops. We service and repair everything we sell, right here, in-house, and of course, we use what we sell. We don't sell everything, because we sell only what we trust and believe in.  This is a "no BS" approach that has served our customers well for nearly 30 years.

Everybody wants the best deal, so if you're looking for a discount, we have pre-set tiered discounts for multi-sail orders based upon the dollar value of  new or closeout sails purchased at the same time.

>$1,000 in sails -- 5% discount

>$1,500 in sails -- 7% discount

>$2,000 in sails  -- 10% discount

>$2,500 in sails  -- 15% discount

We also have 15% discounts on any mast purchased at the sime time as a sail.  And all of that comes on top of the closeout price, if offered.

Here's how it works and you can check it out online with no purchase commitment.  Add items to your online shopping cart and click to the checkout summary page where you can preview any discounts calculated to your order.  If you specify your shipping address you can see live shipping rates and preview the total cost.  We frequently do free shipping promotions for ground shipping to continental US delivery addesses.

If you are coming to the Gorge and want to pickup up your online order at the Sailworks loft in Hood River, that's no problem.  Just enter your Hood River address with the 97031 zip code as the "ship to" address, and then select the Ground shipping option.  No shipping charges will be added to your order.  Please use the order comments box to advise us when you will be arriving to pickup your order.

If you see a product available to purchase on this website, then we have it in stock, ready to ship. If a product is visible, but there is no purchase link showing, then we are temporarily out of stock on that item. Check back later, or call us to reserve a back-order.

Have a question?  Call or email us!  We always answer the phone during weekday business hours.  Call toll free in the US and Canada at 877-639-7245, for international customers call +1-541-386-6561.

Buying windsurfing equipment is an investment in wind-powered fun. Do your own due diligence to find the best value. Ask your windsurfing friends about their experiences with Sailworks. Check out the retained re-sale value of Sailworks products in the used market. We're proud of our reputation for delivering the goods to our customers.

Fair winds,

Bruce Peterson




It's unwise to pay too much. But it's worse to pay too little.

When you pay too much, you lose a little money that is all.

When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything,

because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do.

The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot. It cannot be done.

If you deal with the lowest bidder, then it is well to add something for the risk you run.

And if you do that, then you will have enough to pay for something better.

There is hardly anything in the world that someone can't make a little worse and sell a little cheaper --

and people who consider price alone are this man's lawful prey.

John Ruskin / 1819-1900