Gambell and Hunter Sailmakers began business in the 1980's. Much of the work was centered around servicing and replacing sails for many of the schooners
in the Maine Windjammer fleet. Since that time, they've broadened their scope, incorporating practical and traditional ideas into making small boat and
cruising boat sails for customers around the United States and Canada. Although we respect the refinements of traditional sailmaking skills; hand sewn
grommets, hand sewn boltropes and narrow panels, we talk with every customer about what details are best for their application. We understand that sails
are expensive. We help make the choices that are durable, affordable and appropriate without “gilding the lily”.