Sails+Rigging

Over the years, Hall Spars has developed a solid reputation for building high-end performance masts and booms. More recently, it announced its new line of Hall Seamless Carbon Rigging (SCR) 35. As the name implies, this carbon standing rigging is seamless, has the smallest frontal area possible, and has a billiard-ball smooth finish that Hall claims helps to reduce drag. The

Locked and (Spring) Loaded

by Sail Staff, Posted October 10, 2006
Camcleats can be awkward to release under load, which is worrying when there’s a squall line bearing down on you. Spinlock claims its new PXR camcleat is the “easiest cleat to release.”It features a three-stage adjustable spring; you preset lighter settings for lines that are constantly adjusted and use stronger settings for seldom-tuned lines like halyards. The PXR comes in two sizes;

Top-Down Furlers

by Sail Staff, Posted September 29, 2011
Sailing hardware manufacturer Ronstan has expanded its continuous-line headsail furler range with a new Series 60 furler that can accommodate working loads up 1,430lb for use on sport boats and staysails on cruising boats up to 40 feet. Ronstan has also unveiled a “top down” furling attachment for its Series 100 and Series 130 furlers. Top-down furling is a new approach to headsail

Halyard Hangers

by Adam Cort, Posted February 23, 2014
With the Halyard Hanger you can keep your cockpit “spaghetti free” and ensure your boat still looks good while you’re doing it. Fabricated from solid stainless steel and equipped with a durable paracord loop, the hooks are rated to 550lb, which makes them tough enough to hold power cords and even anchor rodes, in addition to sheets and halyards.
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