In-boom furling systems

10 companies | 23 products

MK0R - in-boom furler with a Dacron luff sail - For boats from 5 to 8 m - Maximum foot length: 3,14 m
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Safety, simplicity and efficiency…

System components: The in-boom furling system includes:

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MK1R - In-boom furler with a Dacron luff sail - For boats from 8 to 10 m - Maximum foot length: 5,0 m
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Safety, simplicity and efficiency…

System components: The in-boom furling system includes:

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MK2R - in-boom furler with luff profiles - For boats from 10 to 12 m - Maximum foot length: 5,0 m
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Safety, simplicity and efficiency…


System components: The in-boom furling system includes:

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MK3R - In-boom furler with luff profiles - For boats from 12 to 15 m - Maximum foot length: 6,0 m
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Safety, simplicity and efficiency…


System components: The in-boom furling system includes:

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MK4R - In-boom furler with luff profile - For boats from 15 to 18 m -Maximum foot length: 7,0 m
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Safety, simplicity and efficiency…


System components: The in-boom furling system includes:

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New GMT in-boom furling system is light, sleek and incredibly neat

GMT’s new in-boom roller-furling combines engineering refinement, weight reduction and aesthetics. Our carbon composite furling booms, now being custom built for 45 to 90 ft yachts (structural engineering completed for larger yachts), are about half the weight of comparable aluminum systems. They have...

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Two years in the making and Southern Spars Generation 2 Furling Boom is now out on the water.

New Zealand built 51m performance sloop Kokomo 3 was the first superyacht to benefit from Southern’s innovative Generation 2 Furling Boom, integrating...

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boom furling motorization

Line of electric motorizations for in-boom furling systems. Available for sailing yachts with indicative boom length from 5 to 22 m.

The innovative device is made up by a reduction gear, an electric...

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Boom Furling system is only available through a trained technical group of installers...

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The smart choice - Worldwide recognized leader for in-boom systems for boats 33' to 85'.

There are over 3000 systems in use making passages all over the world's oceans in all sea conditions. With over 15 years...

Heavy weather in-boom furling & reefing for sailboats 26' - 35' Maximum luff (P)=40' Maximum foot (E)=14'


This powerful boom system...

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YSA Furling Systems is proud to have over 300 Furlbooms on the water worldwide....

YSA Furling Systems is proud to have over 300 Furlbooms on the water worldwide....

Some of the outstanding features of Furlboom
- Lightweight, unobtrusive,...

Sail Feeder and Luff Track: The luff of the sail is fed into a self-guiding feeder utilizing Spinlock guides. A bolt rope in the luff...

Furling / Unfurling / Reefing:...

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Sailtainer - the complete mainsail system.Sailtainer is an integrated mainsail system, providing safe and comfortable sailing in any weather. With Sailtainer, it is easy to hoist, furl and reef the mainsail so that it is always set correctly.

Sailtainer can be operated from the cockpit.When the mainsail is...

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Any time sail handling is a challenge furling booms are a great solution. An internal mandrel spins by either hydraulic or electric...

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How to choose this product

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The in-boom furling system uses a roller mechanism to furl a sail, usually the mainsail, within the boom.

A boom equipped with a roller furling system has the same functions as one without. It holds the foot of the sail fast during maneuvers and facilitates its orientation according to course and wind direction. However, it also stows the furled sail within the boom.

The boom is attached to the mast via a gooseneck; the foot of the sail is bent to it at tack and clew. Materials vary with boat type. Racing craft often have carbon fiber booms. These systems enable the sail to be stored within the boom when not in use.

Choice will primarily depend on type and size of vessel.

- Convenience

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