ARAMIS is currently fitted with a 140% genoa on a Harken roller furler, a fully battened main with three reefing points ans a standard asymetrical for light winds at 80-155 degrees.
The main and genoa were made by Crusader in the UK using the following measurements.
Crusader made up some batten cars to suit ARAMIS´ 1-inch rail by welding together two standard sail slides connecect witha stainless steel bar.
A standard sail-slider shown on the old mainsail
The gennaker is deployed from a sock (not quite fully hoisted in these images). Although designed for angles of 80-155 degrees. The sail will get as close as 60 degrees if a tweaker is used to pull the clew down towards the rail. It will also go to 170 degrees if flown high above the pull pit rail.