Maestrale Sun Sails: enveloping Hi-Tech exclusivity
The "prince of winds" is the inspiration for the most versatile of the rectangle shade sails in the Sun Sails line: Maestrale, a freestanding sun sail equipped with 4 poles, where water and air come together.
In fact Maestrale (Mistral) has not only taken its name from the wind, but also its substance: its sails are produced in Dacron® or Tempotest® Starlight®, polyester fabrics designed specifically for sail boats for which the air is the main engine. Light and elegant, like a boat pushed by the wind, Maestrale follows its currents in perfect harmony with the variations of the weather and taste.
Cut in radial panels, the sails in fact guarantee maximum resistance and the highest tension, factors that significantly affect the performance of the product in any wind condition. But it is in the material itself that we find that affinity to the marine world that makes all Corradi sun sails unique: In fact, Maestrale is produced with technology typical of the nautical sector, of which it retains the mechanisms, functionality and aesthetics.
A good example is the method used to tension sails, where the spring is inserted inside the sail tensioning pole, so all you need to do is act on the hoist (the system of rope and blocks commonly used on boats) accessible through an opening in the pole. By tensioning the spring, the hoist can support the weight of the sail. The positioning of the spring inside the pole also has benefits in terms of safety: if there is a strong wind the sail raises or lowers.