121 Columbia Ct N, Chaska Minnesota 55318
952 448-5773 Toll Free: 800 242-6426 Fax 952 448-3150
This unique store is operated by Peter Crawford, loft manager, who has been in the sailmaking business for 17 years and racing for 21 years; Gordy Bowers, one of the most recognizable names in midwest sailing; and Mark Christensen, the 1999 MORC International Overall Champion. Together, their goal is to bring customers the best and latest in sail design and quality utilizing a new computerized sail design system. Offering new sails, sail repair, floatation panels, and custom-made canvas boom-covers, bags and duffels, and accessories. Also offers in-house design and embroidery capabilities.
Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Hastings) Afton Alps Ski Area
(Maplewood) Aldrich Arena
(Maple Plain) Baker Park Reserve
(Edina) Braemar Ice Arena
(Brooklyn Park) Brooklyn Park Community Activity Center
(Eden Prairie) Bryant Lake Regional Park
05/11 Coming to The Chaska area
Minnesota Alpaca Festival Owatonna MN April13-14 The halter show has over 500 alpacas in the most astonishing array of colors. Award winning fleece will be on display throughout the weekend! This is also a shopping extravaganza.
Scott-Carver Thresher's Annual Swap Meet Jordan MN May4-5 Antique car, tractor, farm equipment and machinery for consignment and auction.
Shepherd's Harvest Sheep and Wool Festival Lake Elmo MN May10-12 Shepherd’s Harvest Festival is an opportunity for rural and urban people to meet and share information about sheep and sheep products and other fiber-producing animals.
Rhubarb Festival Lanesboro MN June1 Taste such delicious rhubarb delights as pies, crisps, cakes, soups, chutneys, chili, jams, ketchup, leathers, drinks and more. Be the judge of the best of everything rhubarb. After tasting your favorites, vote. Winners of Peoples Choice Awards win great prizes!
Rhubarb Days Osceola WI June7-8 Enjoy rhubarb at Mill Pond Park in Osceola.
Tater Daze Brooklyn Park MN June13-16 Brooklyn Park Tater Daze is a unique festival where residents pay homage to the humble potato. Early settlers discovered that potatoes flourished in the flat, sandy soil of the area.