" target="_blank" title=""> Colonel H.G. (Blondie) Hasler sailed and took second place in the first singlehanded transatlantic race in a Swedish folkboat named Jester. This is a biography.
Kasten Marine has a nice article Good diagram of how the front lines come together to a single line.
Tom Colvin's Gazelle is the stuff of legends.
Cruising Ashiki is an interesting blog Lower in the page there is some discussion and photos of panels with cambered sail vs completely flat junk sail.
The must read book is Practical Junk Rig Design Aerodynamics and handling by Hasler and McLeod.
Good Tutorial on Junk rig in the Cheap Pages.com
I try to be accurate and check my information, but mistakes happen.
email me if you find mistakes, I'll fix them and we'll all benefit: Christine
Junk Rig Association
has lots of information and links.
This information is for general knowledge and entertainment. I was interested and wrote up my notes for anyone who was also looking at junk sails. I'm not an expert, just a curious george.