With my most recent Sunfish purchase last month, I hadn't had a chance to examine this 1971 Sunfish's sail. Yesterday, examination showed a silky all-white sail with about 15 holes . It risked a major tearing, but I took it for a spin anyway, with a variable wind from 1 to 7-MPH. Labeled Ratsey & Lapthorne, it appears to be the original sail. Comparing it with my crinkly Intensity sail, what stood out right away was how "unflat" it was. There must be 6-inches of draft at the tack—and pulled the Sunfish remarkably well—noticeably well! Some debris will wash off the sail, but not sure how I'll fix the holes. The edges of some of the holes are seared. Stored downstairs, it appeared as though someone emptied the contents of a charcoal grill on it from upstairs. I've photographed a close-up of the Sunfish logo, so might print 15 little Sunfish templates to make sail-tape patches in a contrasting color.