Sailboat furling systems

9 companies | 38 products
0-5 T working load

General description Discover NEX: the new generation of flying...

0-5 T working load

General description Discover NEX: the new generation of flying...

5-10 T working load

General description Discover NEX: the new generation of flying...

5-10 T working load

General description Discover NEX: the new generation of flying...

0-5 T working load

Whether youre cruising...

0-5 T working load

Whether youre cruising...

0-5 T working load

Whether youre cruising...

5-10 T working load

Whether youre cruising...

0-5 T working load

The CN3 Furler is designed for headsails such as gennakers,...

0-5 T working load

The CF1.5 furler features: Serviceable...

FXT FURLERS (WITH DRUM) FXT...

The Facnor FX furler has been designed to easily furl your Gennaker...

No more awkward operations on the foredeck, for example to...

Facnor is "the" precursor in manufacturing continuous line Code zero & Gennaker furlers,...

The jib furling systems with halyard swivel for...

This type of reefing system with waterproof deck passage is used on classic yachts...

On these jib furlers the headstay cables do not turn. The bearings...

Have the right degrees...

How to choose this product

sailboat-furling-system

A roller furling system furls and stows a sail around a cable or stay. Once the sail has been hoisted, it can be unfurled or furled.

Applications

These devices are used for jibs and other headsails, including genoas, gennakers and occasionally spinnakers. They cannot be used to reef, or reduce sail while underway; unlike roller reefing, there is no rigid support running along the sail luff. The sail is either stowed or completely unfurled.

Technologies

The system consists of a rotating drum attached to the sail's tack, and a swivel shackle between the halyard and the head. This enables the sail to be rolled around itself, stowed in this position and unfurled when needed. A furling line runs through the drum jaws to the cockpit. The sail can be released or furled by pulling on the appropriate end of the line and unfurled by pulling on the sheet.

How to choose

Choice will depend on sail type, area and weight of sailcloth.

Advantages

- Easy setting and handing of large sails

Disadvantages

- All-or-nothing system prevents reefing

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