Evolution Sails New Zealand is owned by Rodney Keenan.  The company forms part of the Evolution Group, an international, world class sail manufacturing, sail repair and service organization.

ENZ manufactures and services sails for superyachts, grand prix racing yachts, large cruising yachts and domestic racing and cruising yachts.

ENZ brings their world class sailing skills, leading edge design and quality-led innovation to ensure projects are secured with the international sector.

Evolution New Zealand has a worldwide reputation for focusing on their customers’ needs – high performance quality sails and strong service support. ENZ is aware that its reputation for quality and service is paramount. Face-to-face visits with its clients enable them to have input into the design process. ENZ is driven by the passion to build the best sail, customizing each particular sail to the specific needs of the customer.

The Team - New Zealand

Director of ENZ, Rodney Keenan, is a sail maker and more often than not, a competitive yacht racer. His knowledge about the industry is deep as he regularly interacts with boat designers, boat owners and boat captains as the sales person and project developer and attends relevant trade shows.

Rodney travels overseas regularly to service clients, sail in international regattas, and fit, service and maintain sails.

Rodney is complemented by his team of world class sail makers who are passionate sailors themselves. Their experiences span Amercia’s Cup, Volvo Round the World and Olympic Games campaigns. ENZ operates from a purpose built sail making facility in Auckland, City of Sails.

Start at the beginning with premium sail design and finish with great service!

Loft Location - New Zealand

726 Matakana Road
Auckland 0985

Phone: +64 9 838 1482

Contact: Rodney Keenan
Email: rodney@evolutionsails.com 
Mobile: +64 21 486 135

Contact: Josh Tucker
Email: josh@evolutionsails.com 
Mobile: +64 22 499 6135

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