Stay diameter: 8 mm - 22 mm
... sailors and the way they sail are changing. To adapt to these new styles, Profurl has released a new range of NDE2 motorised furlers, specially designed to provide maximum comfort, safety and reliability. With the ...
Stay diameter: 5 mm
C260: Manual reefing system with self -contained halyard - Cruising - Max forestay dia: 5 mm - Boat length: 5 à 7 m General description This Profurl system was designed for boats between 5m and 7m (16 ft to 23 ft). Inexpensive, easy ...
Stay diameter: 6 mm
C290: manual reefing system - Cruising - Max forestay dia: 6,35 mm - Boat length: 7 to 9 m General description Reliability, toughness and long-life: Profurl's Cruising range of reefing-furling systems are designed for coastal cruising, ...
Stay diameter: 4 mm - 5 mm
The Furlex 50S is the perfect choice for every sailor who wants a compact, low weight furling and reefing system. It shares many features with the larger members of the world-famous Furlex family. The patented load distributor in the ...
Stay diameter: 4 mm - 6 mm
The fourth generation of Furlex is an uncompromising evolution of the worlds best selling jib furling and reefing system. Proven design blended with innovation is our way to maintain the iconic heritage of Furlex.
Stay diameter: 6 mm - 14 mm
... an extra bonus! The Furlex TD is designed for mounting through the deck. A torque tube with gimbal joint allows for full toggle articulation of the forestay. With the Furlex TD you avoid having lots of water splashing ...
Stay diameter: 4 mm - 16 mm
Stay diameter: 12, 10, 8, 6 mm
Stay diameter: 12, 10, 8, 6 mm
Admiral Professional Furlers are special design furlers which are mounted very close to the deck, allowing a maximum luff length.
Stay diameter: 8 mm - 12 mm
... Series 80, 120 & 160 furlers include a shackle on the underside of the furler Connection posts of Series 200 & 280 furlers are compatible with shackle, snap shackle or fairlead attachment ...
Harken® Small Boat furling systems allow the trailerable cruising or dinghy sailor to set and furl the jib from the cockpit. An optional hoistable ball bearing halyard swivel can be installed on your headstay so you can raise or lower ...
Stay diameter: 12 mm - 22 mm
KEY FEATURES: > Waterproof motorization (compact dimensions for optimized volume) > Speed = 40 rpm** (EC39) & 55 rpm (EC47) at optimal torque ** Rotations per minute > Optimal torque (see below) > Option : Circuit Breaker* > Irreversible ...
Profile Tear-drop profile for optimised aerodynamics. Double throat to be used as a foil. Delivered in one piece - no sleeves, improving weight to strength and optimising stiffness of the strut. There is no risk of the headstay coming ...
A4302 Furling Gear & Swivels High Load Top Furler Roller furling gear for Jibs and headsails.
... forerunner of all vertical furling systems available on the market. It started the fashion of vertical external mainsail furlers. It is characterized by the famous "worm screw" coil drive that grants the furling line ...
Stay diameter: 3, 4, 5 mm
... to 26' (6-8m) Incorporating all the design experience and quality of HOOD Yacht Systems, the SEA FLEX furler is a flexible, easy-to-fit plastic furler created with the needs and budget of smaller dayboat ...
Barton Marine's new design furler makes controlling the jib a breeze, thanks to its improved performance and design features. Redesigned to enhance style and increase performance 3 point line retention Invisible ...
... furling curved luff asymmetrical spinnaker sails. Top Down style spinnaker furlers use a torsionally stiff "Torque Rope" to transmit torque up from the lower drive end of the furler to the head of the ...
Description STAINLESS STEEL TOP SWIVEL ANODIZED ALUMINUM Imperial – Metric Pin-to-Pin Length 2 1/8″ – 55 mm ( Drum) Drum Dia. 2 7/8″ – 73 mm Line Dia. 5/32″ – 4 mm Jaw Width 5/16″ – 8 mm Clevis Pin Dia. 1/4″ – 6 mm Weight ...
Our rope reel allows you to wind around 100m of 10mm. Designed in stainless steel 304 L, it can be adapted to your needs. It will ensure perfect storage of your rope and a quick provision in case of emergency.
boat size: 30-37ft dash: 3250 bl: 6500Kg mwl: 0g Ø drum: 175mm fitting: 1/2inch rif.dimensione: 15 Description: aluminum/underdeck/cable/discontinous line
The new patented spanker furling gear outside the mast. Perfectly furls and unfurls the spanker in just a few seconds Lets you make the reefs without moving from the cockpit Does not make creases in the sail Everything ...
The manual furling systems of the MF series are the continuation of a long tradition of reliable and well-engineered furling systems. Building on more than 30 years of experience with our manual furling systems, this product shows the ...
... obtained by a careful design and engineering, the use of the best materials and construction techniques, CARITEC hydraulic jib furlers have the exclusive integrated stay tension-ram: this hydraulic continuous fine tune, ...
Furler recommended for sails up to 300 sq.ft. or ~ 30 m². The pin stops-sail is designed to break with a load exceeding to 1.6 ton.
Reefing drum features highly resistant stainless steel and Delrin® ball bearings. Halyard swivel features Torlon® and Delrin® ball bearings which enhances the overall performance and increases the mechanical resistance. Max. headsail ...
How to choose this product
Roller furling for jib or mainsail permits easy adjustment of sail area as a function of wind strength.
This gear is very useful when sailing short-handed. Changing or reefing a headsail that is hanked or on slides requires strenuous maneuvers on the exposed foredeck. Roller furling enables crew to reduce or add sail from the cockpit. However, it is not recommended for racing since it changes the aerodynamic characteristics of the the sail's luff, reducing performance.
Roller furling consists of an anodized aluminum shaft running along the forestay (headsails), the mast or the boom (mainsail) with a drum or worm gear at its lower end to hold the furling line.
Furling involves pulling on this line while progressively slacking the headsail sheet. In the case of the mainsail, the outhaul is slacked for mast furling or the halyard for boom furling. Large boats may have electric or hydraulic furling systems for sails too large for one crew member to handle.
How to choose
Choice of furling gear depends on the dimensions of the stays, masts and sails in question. It must be sturdy enough to handle the stresses of sailing and sail maneuvers.
- Added safety for when reefing
- Reduces physical effort
- Sails stowed in place
- Reduces vessel performance
- Added weight aloft